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Seeing a black hole in radio waves stunned the world in 2019. But seeing the same extreme region in multiple wavelengths of light is now "the kitchen sink of physics". Our @nadiamdrake has the details for #BlackHoleWeek on @NatGeo #ngstaff https://t.co/rYWIbq0HZM
Really great piece here abt the American definition of hospitality and how inadequate it is in this current climate when it comes to protecting workers. I would add "hospitality" always felt like code for "disappear" to please a certain type of customer. https://t.co/JVZ4dB2HcI
Just in time for your midday lunch break, read all about the "staggeringly beautiful" world of parasites, and why ecologists are fighting to save (most of) them. By the always delightful @GoryErika + stunning photos by @anandavarma on @NatGeo #ngstaff https://t.co/xtD30lcick
“The attitude to take is sort of cautious optimism,” physicist Nima Arkani-Hamed says. But if this result bears out, it's worthy of a Nobel prize, reports our @michaelgreshko with editor @jaywbennett on @NatGeo #ngstaff https://t.co/HExLiQx0j0
Media: Stop freaking people out with scary variant headlines! They're frazzled & we want the public to know when a variant *ACTUALLY* escapes vaccines regularly. Questions to ask when you see a press release 🧵: -Why do scientists think it's deadlier, etc? ("Double mutant"👇🏼🙄) https://t.co/DSbVoSX3nW
Great thread. There are 2 problems with much of the variant coverage. On one side, we have: 🚨🚨🚨OMG MUTATION☣️☣️☣️ On the other, we have: Nothing to worry about here, because (T cells/herd immunity/scientists are being negative again) Neither side is 100% wrong or right https://t.co/G8gOJSyier
In a twist AC fans will appreciate, archaeologists borrowed from the video game toolkit - using Clo3D, Unreal Engine, Blender, Range, and PicPick to reconstruct ancient Germanic chain armor. Thanks to @spoke32 and editor @kristinromey! https://t.co/cehE1nG0hX
A bizarre fossil creature found in Mexico looks like a shark-ray hybrid. That's just the start of the weirdness. This moment of "wow!" is brought to you by the marvelous @Laelaps and editor @jaywbennett on @NatGeo #ngstaff https://t.co/2k7o2SGl1a
And in October 2020, we published data showing that, while the U.S. ranks well on women’s rights overall, it varies a lot by state, and U.S. women are still *21 times* as likely to be killed by gun violence than women in other high-income countries: https://t.co/VvJ2tgoczO
Six Asian American women were killed in Atlanta today. We're still learning about the motive. However, you should know this: most racist attacks against Asian Americans this past year have targeted women, and Asian American women are on edge. (1/15)
This is a painful time for Asian Americans. I hope everyone is taking time to listen and process the messages from the AAPI community right now, because sadly, this week's events and attitudes are heartbreaking but hardly surprising: https://t.co/FVKpUYA0F0