buy prednisone cheap It’s true. We live in a time where we need to advocate for science! Good Lord! It turns out decision-makers are still not following science-based information, and so scientists and science-enthusiasts took to the streets last Saturday to fight for science! Honestly, it’s hard to sit back and not see the ridiculousness of the situation.
watch With the amount of misinformation that is thrown at us online, it seems that the prevalence of the science non-believers are on the rise. There are those who believe that the Earth is flat, those who believe that the vaccines cause autism, and even people who think Nelson Mandela died in prison! Probably the most cemented deniers are those who do not believe in climate change! Here’s my thing, climate change is not something you choose to believe in or not, it’s reality. It’s like me choosing to believe that it’s a sunny day even though it’s raining because it makes me feel better on the inside! It’s like saying that the Amish don’t believe in electricity, but if I tasered an Amish person (which I wouldn’t because they are a lovely group of people) they would still get shocked because electricity is a thing! Just like how climate change is a thing!
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This blatant disregard to the scientific community and empirical research is exactly why the March for Science happened. Trust me, you have to really piss off the scientists to get them to march. We’d much rather sit during a long, boring lecture series, or create a poster about our research than actually engage with people! No offense, but people scare us.
That’s is why the demonstrations across the world over the weekend were so meaningful! Just like every other group that feels silenced by today’s world leaders, scientists need to demand that their life’s work be taken seriously. If we don’t respect and take guidance by the brightest minds in our world then who are we supposed to listen to? It is so clear now that scientists can no longer produce research and hope that it gets communicated to the masses accurately. We must become the story-tellers as much as we are the data-crunchers! We owe it to the pursuit of knowledge!
If you participated in one of the marches or didn’t participate and want to get involved, the group behind the March for Science have daily actions that you can do to become a giant nerd like us!
Also for those of you who love some scientific shade, here’s a video of my lover Bill Nye shutting down a climate-change denier and a TV network at the same time!