All three of last week’s featured tweets popped up again as this week’s most-clicked on tweets/evaluations. Sex sells, as they say, and apparently so does the topic of the role of religion in science/medicine.
Without further ado, here are the three most popular tweets this week:
— Faculty of 1000 (@F1000) September 6, 2012
Lamarckism re-loaded: the effects of stressful experiences in butterflies can be passed to subsequent generations. ow.ly/dnzM0
— Faculty of 1000 (@F1000) September 4, 2012
The Case of the Disappearing Alleles: missing mouse genes caused by treatment for mites, not research drug. ow.ly/dnzM3
— Faculty of 1000 (@F1000) September 5, 2012
Elsewhere on the Twitterwebs:
Dear God, this NASA photo of a recent solar flare, just amazing. j.mp/U0oi7d
— pourmecoffee (@pourmecoffee) September 7, 2012
Contaminated tattoo ink was behind 19 nasty infections in NY.blogs.discovermagazine.com/80beats/2012/0…
— DISCOVER Magazine (@DiscoverMag) September 7, 2012
Here’s why it’s really important to shut off all your electronics and make your bedroom super-dark at night. ti.me/Tr3o5h
— LHJ Health Editors (@lhjHealthLadies) September 7, 2012
Have a great weekend!