I'm glad scientists are out in some measure of force to accord with Monday's Earth Day.
There is nothing wrong with not-knowing. There is something very wrong about assuming that not-knowing is the same as an unwillingness to learn and to get things right ... and to keep your word. Sure, it's climate change ... but it's also brain cells and health and alzheimers and young men and women researching and ... so much else that doesn't deserve to be choked by self-applauding uncertainty whose only quality is loudness.
Why March for Science? Because when it is attacked, only elites benefitMore than 600 marches held around the world, with organizers saying science ‘under attack’ from a White House that dismisses the threat of climate change.