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They study the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees and the moon up above.

They love bugs and frogs.

They know that vaccines have saved tens of millions of lives and that climate change is not only real and worsened by people, but that it threatens our homes and livelihoods.

On Saturday, scientists and their supporters are getting their day in the limelight with the global March for Science, which grew out of the unexpectedly successful Women’s March at the end of January.

As with the Women’s March, social media helped fuel the enthusiasm, with Twitter hashtags like #marchforscience and a Facebook page with half a million likes.

It’s spawned 609 satellite marches around the U.S. and across the world, organizers say. But the main event is in Washington, D.C., and most of the marchers don’t hesitate to say their outrage and disbelief about political changes have compelled them to speak out.

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This guy has it straight!        Source: Twitter

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Click link below for article, video and tweets:

http://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-news/march-science-scientists-hit-streets-demand-respect-funding-n749486

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