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Corrinne BurnsWest London2011-08-04
@CorrinneBurns1,122 days
Science Museum exhibition developer, Guardian Science regular, weekend archer. Now writing Mind Over Medicine, a new book for Bloomsbury's @sigmascience line
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Dr Sir Catie @liedra
I like the helpful caption under the photo. leicestermercury.co.uk/Escaped-snake-…
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Colin Batchelor @my_disposition
@CorrinneBurns Applying the same notion of balance to rape as they do to climate change, I see.
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Suzi Gage @soozaphone
.@jimmoray went to the bar, and this guy muscled in uninvited... pic.twitter.com/nWYckOCrmS
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Guy Longworth @GuyLongworth
Fair play, panda.
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The Guardian @guardian
Pandering to the crowd: panda accused of faking pregnancy in bun fraud case gu.com/p/4x4ev/tw
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Jim Martin @JimSpim
@CorrinneBurns I fear that by following this feed you may be seeing past my sturdy mask of professionalism, Corrine.
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Kathryn Harkup @RotwangsRobot
@CorrinneBurns @sciencemuseum true. You need some chocolate and some cake plus lots of tea for an optimum diet.
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Tim Dunn @MrTimDunn
Porsche didn't just make cars.
In the 1950s & 60s they supplied parks with gorgeous miniature railway trains. pic.twitter.com/n5P5mhW2qp
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Steve Jones @TheEulerID
@CorrinneBurns it's essentially British racing green. Once, it was a de-facto national standard. Think blower Bentleys, Vanwalls, BRMs, ERAs
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Vicky Lay @gingervix
@CorrinneBurns I bet it would go faster if it was red.
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Jamie Gallagher @JamieBGall
#IAmAScientistBecause Star Trek.
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Gosia Raczek @goniah
An arrangement for a cold Bank Holiday pic.twitter.com/GvIZ4roQJr
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Donal Brannigan @Brannigand
@CorrinneBurns @alisonatkin And the First Rule of Bank Holiday Working Club, is to tweet as much as possible to elicit sympathy!
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Homo Erectus @PlioceneBloke
Tweet not invent yet, so just steal small shrub for get attention for now.
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Vicky @vickyyyf
New article written for @thetimes The science of your hangover. thetimes.co.uk/tto/science/ar…
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Daniel Lende @daniel_lende
Body, Brain & Culture neuroanthropology.net/anth-207/ New neuroanthro page by @GregDowney1 w/ public resources for learning about cultures & minds
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Katie De-Veuve @deveuve
:) pic.twitter.com/XspgEoQdjZ
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Brett Riddle @brettriddle
@AwkwardGoogle: River in Japan filled with cherry blossom petals. pic.twitter.com/8YYOHFYJ3G”🔝
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History Scientist @historyscientis
Here's the little bastard. Three inches of malice. pic.twitter.com/iFhd3J5UsW
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Katie De-Veuve @deveuve
This is his 'please god give me a biscuit' face pic.twitter.com/RqlAI3dwha
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Ravi Nair @palfreyman1414
@CorrinneBurns 'Every time you block a Guru a tyrannosaur gets its feathers.'
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Catherine Jones @M_Fkill
@CorrinneBurns Eee by gum lass. I've only ever dreamt of Brocoli. We had to walk 15 miles for a lump of coal for our tea. Ecky Thump
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Heina Dadabhoy @heinousdealings
I can't be the only person on the Internet who'd, generally speaking, rather read walls & walls of text rather than watch a video.
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kim @kimmiechem2
trench sunset #nyc pic.twitter.com/U90o2Plee7
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steve evanson @coastTV
@CorrinneBurns trust you're instincts x
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steve evanson @coastTV
@CorrinneBurns plan and gather … the writing's like putting the gloss on it'll come easy and you'll enjoy it if you have everything laid out
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Ravi Nair @palfreyman1414
I dreamt someone told me off because my boxer shorts were "white privilege". I may have hit peak twitter...
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Dave Edwards @Dave4Tweets
See what I mean pic.twitter.com/FVXJAbcy9T
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Vaughan Bell @vaughanbell
Interesting piece on fashions in illustrating the brain blogs.scientificamerican.com/sa-visual/2014… from @ChristiansenJen
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Dave Edwards @RealDaveEdwards
Went out to mow the lawn.
Triggered torrential rain, flash of lightning and a rainbow.

Could I be Thor in disguise pic.twitter.com/wRfjL9hCX2
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Tannice @Tannice_
Paper from today's #Yossarian talk at #NineWorlds - thanks @ThatNeilMartin for finding it (free!!) plosone.org/article/info%3…
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Dean Burnett @garwboy
"Susan Greenfield is busy working on a cure for Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease" theguardian.com/science/2014/a… Not "that" busy, obviously
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Donal Brannigan @Brannigand
@CorrinneBurns That Elk scares me a bit... @HarrisPreston
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vidgen @psychwatch2
@CorrinneBurns what a find! A real treasure :-)
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Paul Thomas at Lboro @cmclpt
@CorrinneBurns @crici82 yeah.
Most excellent news.
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Catherine Jones @M_Fkill
Ever wondered what happens to drugs after they leave your system @CorrinneBurns has theguardian.com/science/blog/2… Good news if you are a Perch
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Malcolm M. Campbell @m_m_campbell
Oh crap.
When our excreted pharmaceuticals get flushed, they don't go away. theguardian.com/science/blog/2… #environment #health by @CorrinneBurns
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Catherine Jones @M_Fkill
@CorrinneBurns oh yes. Heard today Sue M. was on phone and told someone "I have to go now there is cake" Our office is getting a reputation
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Sue Kilcoyne @SueKilcoyne
@CorrinneBurns they don't call them Fleetwood Mac for no reason ;-)
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David Robertson @Davesci
What happens to the drugs you flush down the toilet? gu.com/p/4vgvj/tw Urine trouble if you don't read this! ... sorry @CorrinneBurns.
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Sahil M. Bansal @SMB06
Then I call myself Amitabh Bachchan! RT @AFP UPDATE: Israel calls Gaza operation 'justified, proportionate' u.afp.com/noe
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Dr Paul Coxon @paulcoxon
Worst. Superhero. Ever. pic.twitter.com/OlYL853Gs7
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Mar @MarDixon
I no longer have cats but here's C's dog. @flygirlNHM @RussellDornan pic.twitter.com/cscirtJGcz
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Catherine Jones @M_Fkill
I am pleased and delighted to announce I am now the owner of a brand new packet of Chocolate Digestives
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Paul Clarke @paul_clarke
@CorrinneBurns Oaf. Especially as he goes to all that effort and pain and ripped trousers and all, and it still looks fake, even if it's not
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Donal Brannigan @Brannigand
@CorrinneBurns Did you try typing iBook? I bet that will work. ;)
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Richard Ashcroft @qmulbioethics
Yesterday I watched a TED talk. On leadership. I still feel seedy.
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Dave Edwards @Dave4Tweets
#ff intelligent twitterati @MarDixon @corrie_corfield @CorrinneBurns @WinceyWillis1 @toolegs @RogerHighfield
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l'Humanité.fr @humanite_fr
A la Une de l'Humanité ce matin : Pourquoi ont ils tué Jaurès ? bit.ly/PTQU7g pic.twitter.com/WmkRqaSv4E
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Dave @DavidMentiply
@CorrinneBurns @MarDixon ha same with our Wilf and Sammy the guidedog. Cats rule!
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Donal Brannigan @Brannigand
@CorrinneBurns there is no logic, mainly cos the accountant is too busy laughing to apply any rationale!
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Terry Bucknell @terrybucknell
@CorrinneBurns If time is no object, do Marylebone to Bham Moor St, Bham New St to Crewe, Crewe to Preston / Poulton.
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New Scientist @newscientist
This tongue piercing lets you steer a wheelchair youtu.be/RKd44KKKriQ
Read more about your third hand: ow.ly/zAbHI
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Infinite Curve 무한 곡선 @Infinite_Curve
Struggling at 18m for an hour, all over the face. First blank boss end and they group perfectly. #archeryprobs pic.twitter.com/5LuBV7uGxO
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Dave Edwards @Dave4Tweets
I must go down to the sea again, to the lonely sea & the sky. I left my pants & socks there. I wonder if they're dry? pic.twitter.com/wof45PKjZC
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C. Dodds Pennock @carolinepennock
And here is the triumphant moment when Alan graduates to great acclaim (and fortunately not naked): facebook.com/photo.php?v=90…
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Gosia Raczek @goniah
Last night in Chiswick pic.twitter.com/6V3M3BhFnf
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CREST Awards @CRESTAwards
@Sci_Sparks @CorrinneBurns Well done Claire and thanks Corrinne - great project example showing passion and support = skills and achievement
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Crossrail Project @Crossrail
#Crossrail TBM Ada safely passed just 85cm above the bustling Northern line tube platforms en route to Farringdon pic.twitter.com/43CcLYjdLm
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Vicky Lay @gingervix
@CorrinneBurns Clear nail varnish stops them from laddering any further in an emergency!
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Alok Jha @alokjha
From the Guardian: Can science explain consciousness? Science Weekly podcast bit.ly/1serWQp
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David Robertson @Davesci
@CorrinneBurns Yes, but if you present science to me in the form of a story, I switch off faster than you can say 'gender stereotypes'.
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Gosia Raczek @goniah
Lots of spots she could have chosen, but decided on freshly laundered and ironed white pillowcases pic.twitter.com/N7kWG2z3IY
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Tim Dunn @MrTimDunn
Ten unfollowers in one day. I mean, really. I did warn you: Model villages, weird trains and uninformed conjecture about buildings & museums
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Damon Young @damonayoung
@GuyLongworth Yeah, bloody peer review.
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Crumble Shah @crumbleshah76
@CorrinneBurns them and citylink or "shitty link" #hermes #herpes
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Jon Wood @Jonwoodscience
@CorrinneBurns Not normally but it is possible. I plan to let him go in the wild, but I will provide a house for him in the garden.
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Tincture Of Museum @TinctureOfMuse
@CorrinneBurns paper also doesn't have twitter flashing a leg at you, what a temptress...
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Synthetic Future(s) @SynFutures
The next step in the patient revolution:
patients initiating & leading research
by @EffyVayena
bmj.com/content/349/bm… #bioethics #medicine
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Dean Burnett @garwboy
Still feels vaguely subversive to tweet jokes about the scientific origins of life on the Sabbath.
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Mar @MarDixon
Happy birthday to you!
Happy birthday to you!
Happy 66th Birthday Dear NHS!
Happy birthday to you!
We value you! xx pic.twitter.com/8bUXKj8EL7
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Tim Dunn @MrTimDunn
@CorrinneBurns Why am I reminded of Tremors? upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/t…
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David Robertson @Davesci
@CorrinneBurns Just to remind you, you're part of my 'apocalypse survival team'. FYI.
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Catherine Jones @M_Fkill
@CorrinneBurns now I understand why you were writing those big complicated words ow.ly/3mmrht
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ArcherZUpshot @ArcherZUpshot
RT @CorrinneBurns: Woohoo! One nice longbow. Or American flatbow, for the #archery pedants. pic.twitter.com/wEJ62NBXhF #BeautifulBows gorgeous!
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Sue Kilcoyne @SueKilcoyne
Very interesting. The head of Greenpeace keeps saying "I agree with Bob" #thorium
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Guardian Environment @guardianeco
Windfarms and solar energy: healthy returns for investors, but risks gu.com/p/3qep7
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cluedont @cluedont
When the inventor of the USB stick dies they'll gently lower the coffin, then pull it back up, turn it the other way, then lower it again.
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Madurodam.com @Madurodam_com
@CorrinneBurns Excellent, why not? We now offer a guided tour of 1hr max via @GetYourGuide and @ViatorTravel. Take a look and see you soon!
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Synthetic Future(s) @SynFutures
Is there such a thing as the self?

Personal identity, Locke & “Schrödinger’s vagina”

bit.ly/1oKyGVu v. @prospect_uk #philosophy
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Guy Longworth @GuyLongworth
@CorrinneBurns Haha! Girls Aloud! :)
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Mar @MarDixon
And Home! pic.twitter.com/HAvyPu2HFi
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Bloomberg TV @BloombergTV
Smartphones are invading your body - and that's a good thing. @samgrobart explains why: bloom.bg/1stwFPe pic.twitter.com/7w5dE2fgDu
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Neuroskeptic @Neuro_Skeptic
The 'medicalization' of love "need not necessarily be problematic, on balance", yet could be, says @briandavidearp ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2493763…
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Guy Longworth @GuyLongworth
Philip Larkin - I Remember, I Remember rswheeldon.com/wierd/nothing.…
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John Tasioulas @JTasioulas
In praise of… Mary Midgley - a 94 year old philosopher who won't stand any nonsense gu.com/p/3q5hf/tw via @guardian
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Dave Briggs @xtaldave
@CorrinneBurns yes. I hadn't twigged that. Better than the traditional baby blue sailor suit, or the WWII Waffen SS stormtrooper uniform.
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Audi Sport @Audi__Sport
Let's celebrate! Marcel Fässler, @Andre_Lotterer, Leena Gade and @BenoitTreluyer #R18 #LM24 @FIAWEC @24hoursoflemans pic.twitter.com/ytPKX8tG4u
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Karen sanders @Ushka02
Well done to #SalmaYaqoob for doing what we all want to..#Truth #IDS pic.twitter.com/pSQGmFmQFm
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Guardian Science @guardianscience
Apparent pause in global warming blamed on 'lousy' data gu.com/p/3q5xj
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NeurologicalAlliance @NeuroAlliance
@CorrinneBurns no worries!
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Jamie Gallagher @JamieBGall
London is too warm and not for people to do sleeping in.
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Paolo Viscardi @PaoloViscardi
@CorrinneBurns @JimSpim for the first time ever at @MuseumsShowoff... Corrinne's session was v. good by the way.
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Tincture Of Museum @TinctureOfMuse
Sorry couldn't resist it #ExtremeLegoCurator @MuseumsShowoff @PaoloViscardi ;-) pic.twitter.com/clJfFCilxq
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emily yates @emyyates
@RussellDornan @MuseumsShowoff @CorrinneBurns oh god! Yes it's my thing I'm known for!
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Richard Johnston @DrRichJohnston
@MarDixon @CorrinneBurns @MuseumsShowoff ahhh forgot to say knock 'em dead. Great pic...GO CORRINNE
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Jack Shoulder @jackshoulder
@CorrinneBurns LOVED the cat ears :). Also nice to learn that god and your mum are a constant.
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Mar @MarDixon
Half term Factor - HTF by @CorrinneBurns at @MuseumsShowoff - too funny! pic.twitter.com/Pgje1DePNs
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Jump Magazine @JumpMag
Anyone who doesn't think 'I want to work where @CorrinneBurns works' on reading that last tweet, just isn't worth following
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Cyzaki @Cyzaki
@CorrinneBurns Well, did you let him come inside where it's dry?
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Dave Edwards @Dave4Tweets
New Star Wars Movies?

Our dog is ready to audition pic.twitter.com/FJfzW2jnVf
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VeryBritishProblems @SoVeryBritish
Briefly opening the window and letting in fifty midges, twenty flies, seven bees, two pigeons and a fox
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@ludmotorcyclist @CorrinneBurns I once had a Venus Flytrap. I was so keen to see it trap a fly, i dropped a lump of ham in its jaws. It died
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The Guardian @guardian
Quiz: can you guess what books these meals appeared in? gu.com/p/3pp9k/tw @GuardianBooks pic.twitter.com/B69kNQXvuR
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Heather Griffiths @heather_griff
@CorrinneBurns Would you guys mind putting the toilet seat down? ;)
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Dan Smith @DanglyDan
@CorrinneBurns pills 💊
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Shayera Tangri @shayera
A haiku about getting out of bed:

no no no no no
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no no no no no
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Ness T @ceaselessness
@CorrinneBurns nasty red benylin circa 1984
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Donal Brannigan @Brannigand
@CorrinneBurns Bottle of cough mixture.
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Dr Suze Kundu @FunSizeSuze
@CorrinneBurns Brown tinted white safety capped pill bottle with a prescription label. FUN.
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Jess @JessTheChemist
@CorrinneBurns cough medicine. Something along the lines of buttercup syrup
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Scott Smith @sscloud47
@CorrinneBurns Hospitals and treatment.
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Ben Hardwidge @mandogfish
@CorrinneBurns Calpol. Thick, gloopy stuff in a tinted bottle.
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Andy Extance @andyextance
@CorrinneBurns A bottle of red liquid.
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Prof Sophie Scott @sophiescott
as we fall asleep we start to lose left side of the world first - nature.com/srep/2014/1405… paper by @Artvanderley @TrikBek and other and me
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Lynn Schreiber @LynnCSchreiber
@CorrinneBurns @Dave4Tweets that will be braw for getting the sheets dried on washing day
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Catherine Jones @M_Fkill
@CorrinneBurns @Dave4Tweets Wow, where is that? reminds me of 1.bp.blogspot.com/-x9AOpMLrQy8/U…
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Ian Sample @iansample
The job does not come with a stylist, hair products, hair nets, a mirror, tongs of any description, or a DryBar Buttercup Blow Dryer.
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Dave Edwards @Dave4Tweets
Sheep with air support pic.twitter.com/33UXdwdsRF
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World Archery @worldarchery
#MotivationMonday: every single arrow is a new shot at a perfect score. #archery pic.twitter.com/AECEMF6R8T
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matthew turner @sobek21t
@CorrinneBurns yeah my hollandaise and your sponge could be the first recipes
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Homo Erectus @PlioceneBloke
Think real man strong enough of real listen of real woman. #YesAllWomen
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Jim Martin @JimSpim
Hipster tossers having ironic impromptu party by toilets in Kingsland Road. Hope it pisses down pic.twitter.com/VmQlHAhZqi
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Joe Baxter-Webb @joebaxterwebb
@CorrinneBurns hmm maybe, I usually just eat some grass - learnt that from my dog.
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Paul Thomas at Lboro @cmclpt
@CorrinneBurns take the septa of clarity, cloak of conciseness and sit upon the throne of engagement. You are the queen of the conference.
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Gosia Raczek @goniah
@CorrinneBurns i love them, ripe straight from the tree. M-i-l has the tree - best fruit ever
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Guy Longworth @GuyLongworth
@CorrinneBurns Yes, sure. Please remind me. The stuff I know is mainly about how to think about death and existence post mortem. :)
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Dave Edwards @Dave4Tweets
Ducks in a row is harder than you think pic.twitter.com/VRsKJ0xS2Z
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Jane Finnis @janefinnis
@CorrinneBurns Yes!
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New Scientist @newscientist
It's the end of jobs. But what are we going to do? ow.ly/3kwAOg
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JackyP @JackyP599
Squally weather in Tobermory pic.twitter.com/xhV8OdXhsQ
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De Montfort Uni DMU @dmuleicester
DMU is renowned for its creativity; Leicester's creativity celebrated in today's Independent: ind.pn/1sfWlcC pic.twitter.com/UJrc1WdNkJ
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Gosia Raczek @goniah
@CorrinneBurns @GuyLongworth on behalf of the motherland, i apologise unreservedly
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Guy Longworth @GuyLongworth
#Tweetyourview pic.twitter.com/tx2eb8HZOm
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David Robertson @Davesci
Odd, to me, that @sciencemuseum's @CorrinneBurns, author of this: theguardian.com/science/2014/m…, wasn't at this launch: yourlife.org.uk Que?
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Dr Suze Kundu @FunSizeSuze
Be the noise! RT @CorrinneBurns: @SciCommConf Here it is: theguardian.com/science/2014/m… @FunSizeSuze @laurie_winkless @alrightPET @Jonwoodscience
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Jim Martin @sigmascience
This ACTUALLY exists. '@CorrinneBurns I'll set to writing this book, now I've signed with the official Bloomsbury Pen of Solemnity.
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Keith R Laws @Keith_Laws
Wait-list controls (in 41% of psychotherapy trials) double effect size & create nocebo effect archpsyc.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?a… pic.twitter.com/mvEOciPfsY
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Laurie Winkless @laurie_winkless
Room cleaned, bed changed, washing on, dishwasher unloaded, bins emptied, breakfast eaten, all before 9.30. Can you tell I'm avoiding work?!
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GuardianScienceBlogs @guardiansciblog
[Occam's Corner] The apparatus of feeling gu.com/p/3pv8d/tf
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Jon Wood @Jonwoodscience
@alrightPET @laurie_winkless @FunSizeSuze Yeah, @CorrinneBurns deserves a medal for 'directing' you guys and 'herding' me. #tellmetoshutup
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Dr Suze Kundu @FunSizeSuze
As if proposing and organising #SciComm14Women wasn't enough, @CorrinneBurns gave us treats too! Thanks! x #NotWorthy pic.twitter.com/BQcL5tkYxT
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Jon Wood @Jonwoodscience
There were many good practice guides about addressing gender stereotypes produced as part of HEstem. hestem.ac.uk/sites/default/… #scicomm14women
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Dr. Nicola J. Rolfe @nicolajrolfe
Congratulations on avoiding the 'leaky pipeline' klaxon #scicomm14 #scicomm14women
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Catherine Jones @M_Fkill
Burn all Spreadsheets. Burn them all
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Mike Ward @Schroedinger99
@GrrlScientist @CorrinneBurns with my son, it was more like 100 inches in four years ;-)
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Dave Edwards @RealDaveEdwards
Our remake of "The Wrong Trousers" isn't going to plan. pic.twitter.com/xRCvneklf7
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Pete @Drosophilic
You do not need to work 80 hours a week to succeed in academia (but you have to work hard!) wp.me/p2wMuW-2gv via @DynamicEcology
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Guardian Science @guardianscience
Biological marvels could keep Big Pharma healthy gu.com/p/3zynq/tf
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Duncan Clark @theduncanclark
2C: How the world failed on climate change vox.com/e/5315045 << Good @bradplumer piece, chimes w BurningQuestion.info. h/t @Eco_melon
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Dave Briggs @xtaldave
@CorrinneBurns "served with a reduction of pulped tomatoes and an aire of smug superiority"
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Dr Paul Coxon @paulcoxon
@CorrinneBurns thatLondon probably calls them "pan-fried golden micro crumbs" or something. And charges £10 a portion.
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The Guardian @guardian
Climate change is the fight of our lives – yet we can hardly bear to look at it, says @NaomiAKlein gu.com/p/3ztpf/tw
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IEET @IEET
Does radical enhancement threaten our sense of self?
ieet.org/index.php/IEET… fb.me/6yk1RELjx
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Dr Suze Kundu @FunSizeSuze
@CorrinneBurns You should have heard the swearwords ;)
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Damon Young @damonayoung
@CorrinneBurns Great to chat, Corrinne. Here's the book I was rattling on about: amazon.co.uk/Zen-Art-Archer…
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HelenJenMartin @helenjenmartin
@CorrinneBurns thought this would amuse you whatshouldwecallgradschool.tumblr.com/post/827074981…
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ben goldacre @bengoldacre
@Keith_Laws "I really liked your obsession with evidence, until you criticised the evidence for the thing I like". My inbox, every week.
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Irish Archaeology @irarchaeology
:) pic.twitter.com/CpBVK89t6m
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Dave Edwards @RealDaveEdwards
Didn't think I'd be assembling baby gates tonight. Over 10 years since I last tried. pic.twitter.com/6RwRwYDDHL
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Charles Ebikeme @CEbikeme
As if the french needed a law to tell them when to stop working... 20minutes.fr/insolite/13482…
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emily yates @emyyates
@CorrinneBurns Why thank you! I aim to please, as do the objects!
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Tania @CherryMakes
@CorrinneBurns I'm a plumber's daughter, maybe that's why I always feel so connected to you ;-)
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steve evanson @coastTV
People have started saying 'alluded to...' When they mean 'referred to... '. I've started to find this annoying
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John Clibbens @JohnClibbens
@GuyLongworth @CorrinneBurns Rock and rule!
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Guy Longworth @GuyLongworth
@CorrinneBurns You rock! :)
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Colin Batchelor @my_disposition
@CorrinneBurns Possibly because you didn't try this in a kitchen full of smartarses saying "roast them first" a few years ago.
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Viz Comic @vizcomic
A letter from Ms Gail Smith. pic.twitter.com/h3u8qPhY2q
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Roger Highfield @RogerHighfield
Honour to share a common cold virus in #unlockinglovelock with Jim Lovelock and Jeremy Paxman sciencemuseum.org.uk/lovelock pic.twitter.com/YQXH7RhrQn
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Jim Martin @sigmascience
@CorrinneBurns @Sci_Sparks bravo.
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Melanie Hughes @mhughesd
@CorrinneBurns there is a very beautiful song from a Persian film 'Majnoone Leyli' this video has 2 translations ;) youtube.com/watch?v=WtVHe3…
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Catherine Jones @M_Fkill
@CorrinneBurns hope it rains
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Don @donlamb_1
@CorrinneBurns also what she had to say about hearing a child's voice. it reminds me of the amazing things we get to experience everyday.
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Rosie Fuller @Rosieeatsjam
@CorrinneBurns @lauralikespie I am confident the celery wishes to help us, not harm us.
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Robin van Emden @robinvanemden
Good psychiatrists don’t rely on DSM as bible in the way that many imagine - via @aeonmag aeon.co/magazine/being…
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Guardian Environment @guardianeco
'I tried to save a patch of the Amazon but I'd bought an illegal cocaine plantation' gu.com/p/3ne8t/tf
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Richard Johnston @DrRichJohnston
@CorrinneBurns @sciencemuseum ...and how long until there's a museumfox twitter account
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Guy Longworth @GuyLongworth
Teacher: "Do you eat a lot of chips, Mr. Longworth?"
Me: "Erm, no. Why do you ask?"
Teacher: points mutely at beard.
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Dr Paul Coxon @paulcoxon
@CorrinneBurns @showbiz_al @FunSizeSuze @xtaldave @SimonJohnClark appropriate day for it, it's the 250th birthday of Earl Grey
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Will Stanley @w_stanley
Feels like the first day of summer in #London ift.tt/Pgd6bP pic.twitter.com/R3Fjd5eX8C
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Simon Morris @barticasun
@CorrinneBurns Bold move....
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Dave Briggs @xtaldave
How do you say "I am research scientist with some bioweapons experience. I will work for you in exchange for my family's safety" in Russian?
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Martyn @Henrouss
@CorrinneBurns they spelt "poxy" wrong
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Dave Edwards @Dave4Tweets
Cloning - second go. pic.twitter.com/BRpb7Exven
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Martyn @Henrouss
@CorrinneBurns it shouldn't happen to a 'Vette
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Hidey @hiding_cyclist
Our village newsletter had the headline "100 VILLAGERS ARE GETTING IT REGULARLY"... my first thoughts did not match the article...
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Huw @Huwtube
@CorrinneBurns and I'm sure they had no bearing on his interest in powerful medieval weaponry.
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Sarah Murray @SarahScientist
@CorrinneBurns :D I remember buying their greatest hits from K-Tel and playing it to death! Saw ad on tv for a bargain price of £6.99
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C. Dodds Pennock @carolinepennock
Love that someone found my blog today googling for “indigenous ducks”. Suspect this wasn’t what they were looking for historymatters.group.shef.ac.uk/indigenous-ame…
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Martyn @Henrouss
@CorrinneBurns @guardian seriously? pic.twitter.com/e74SHF1umL
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Catherine Jones @M_Fkill
@CorrinneBurns Thanks for the Biccies, you should leave more often
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Mike Ward @Schroedinger99
@Simon_Perry @CorrinneBurns I wish everything else in the world did ;-)
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Mark Lorch @Sci_ents
Yes, there are chemicals in the shampoo. chemistry-blog.com/2014/01/28/yes… Are we winning the chemophobia war? HT @CorrinneBurns
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