Earlier, I'd dropped by the Harvard rally, which had some rousing speakers, and an acapella protest choir called Vocal Opposition. They did a fine old job with "Big Yellow Taxi," and sang the Aristotelian elements ("There's earth and air and fire and water—") before launching on Lehrer. They ended with "If I had a theory, I'd test it in the morning..." (Followed by "data ..run" and "paper ... publish.") I didn't follow them to MIT for the gathering of the awesome, as I was meeting folks here.
Double helices cabling in the knit. The designer is ChemKnits.Cool signs:
[The resistance zigzag.]
A lovely earth in the heavens saying "WTF?"
Eppur si muove.
Protest Our Planet, It's the Only One* with Chocolate. (*we know for sure)
Beautiful chalk portrait of earth with arrow: I'm With Her
There Is No Planet B.
What do we want? Science funding and functional pockets in women's clothes!
Alternative facts are [square root of -1].
Got polio/smallpox? Me neither. Thanks, science.
Revolution! [with old-style graphic of the ascent of man getting to Trump and turning back in disgust]
[Gorgeous bee-patterned design]: Science gives me quite a buzz!
Less invasions, more equations.
I was told to bring a sine.
[Disapproving white bear]: Science shouldn't be polarizing.
Saw some awesome mad scientist outfits, and a treeful of people in white labcoats.