Saturday, on Earth Day, scientists across the globe took to the streets for the 'March For Science'. From software engineers to simply science supporters to even dogs - they all gathered together to celebrate science and the role it plays in our everyday day lives.


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Earth Day is an annual event celebrated on April 22, and every year various events are held across the globe to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated way back in 1970, and now Earth Day events take place in more than 193 countries across the globe. Below, Bored Panda has put together a list of the best signs on display around the world. They're clever, amusing, and, most importantly, nerdy as ever! Keep on scrolling to check them out, feel free to add your own pics to the list, and don't forget to vote for your favorites.

#1

Science March

tinybonzai Report

Michel M. Prins 3 months ago

This is one of the best statements I have seen

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#2

Science March

GallowBoob Report

Amanda Panda 3 months ago

She's not wrong....

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#3

Science March

kekembas17 Report

Lara B. 3 months ago

Hahahahaa love it!

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#4

Science March

SirSputnik Report

John L 3 months ago

Believe it or not, this little sign says it all. ;D

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#5

Science March

ChristineForGA Report

John L 3 months ago

Not to worry, climate's in the process of changing.........again. ;D

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#6

Science March

mastaelias Report

John L 3 months ago

The Russians have a great saying: "Doveryai, no proveryai" = "Trust, but Verify". That will save you an awful lot of problems in the future. ;D

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#7

Science-march-signs

xaquek Report

JEFF THE KILLER 3 months ago

Love the rhyme :D

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#8

Science March

recyclethepuck Report

Nancy E 3 months ago

Many more reasons to vaccinate than not to. The emergence of these diseases — especially measles — is alarming, and mostly due to parents in the U.S. not vaccinating their kids. "If you are unvaccinated and you come in contact with measles, there's a 90% chance you will get . Mumps is back, so is whopping cough & chicken pox.

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#9

Science March

vooda1 Report

Amanda Panda 3 months ago

ZING!

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#10

Science March

the_purest_of_rain Report

Sue Z Q 3 months ago

Join the club and beat Trump over the head with it.

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