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So that's what this science march is about.

Scientists, academicians and professors were among the participants in the "March for Science" to promote scientific temper.

Holt said those conditions must be defended, especially the free exchange of ideas, as well as a diversity of people and perspectives. "It's not just about investment in's about stipulation to fact, to truth, to knowledge, to science". "What they are doing is disgraceful, it undermines the rule of law, meritocracy and democratic principles. Last year we marched, this year we speak up", he says. At the Rally for Science in Chicago, for instance, democratic gubernatorial candidate J.B. "But science and research proved that you don't actually have to go through this - it can really improve the welfare of people's lives".

"Ignorance is impotence, that's what's relevant. But we do", Malow said. The public is invited to take part in the rally and the March for Science.

"Scientific facts are manipulated on a daily basis for purposes of personal promotion and scoring of political points, which causes irreparable damage".

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About 5,000 people were expected to attend the Washington D.C. March for Science on Saturday, with thousands of others attending similar marches in cities around the country, the Washington Post reported.

"There's no room for climate deniers", she said. They are lobbying Congress to ensure budgets for scientific research.

Among the Split marchers for science were leaders of the Pametno party and the local Social Democratic Party branch. Noah Cruikshank, the Field Museum's adult engagement manager, says that organizers wanted to make it easy for attendees to "take the next step" and engage government about supporting science.

The goal of this event is to continue to inform the community and gather community support for the sciences in our schools, in our community, and in the world.

While speakers at the March for Science were largely non-partisan, some marchers carried signs criticizing President Donald Trump as anti-science because he has called climate change a hoax, threatened to cut funding for research and dubbed unwelcome information "fake news".

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