Why L.A. scientists plan to march on Saturday

by www.latimes.com

The March for Science is kind of a funny thing.

The organizers insist that the event will be nonpartisan. But it will feature many of the trappings of a political march — signs, chants and speakers riling up the crowd.

The situation presents a quandary of sorts. Being a scientist requires objectivity....


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