“The scientists of America have a truly marvellous story to tell; in fact, thousands of them. But they need to tell it to the people who matter. And, sadly, almost none of them live in Washington.” Michael Specter makes a modest proposal for what, when you think about it, will be a remarkable act. The March for Science. (I support the effort, though as Humanties major, I’ve spent most of my life marching away from science.)

+ “They may be misinterpreting real findings, falling back on discredited information, or cherry-picking studies that agree with them. This means that people may be best described as not ‘anti-science,’ but science-biased in the sense that their engagement with science is biased by their other beliefs.” Scientific American: Who Are You Calling Anti-Science?