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  1. Chemist here, gets get this started.

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  2. Computer scientist checking in. Lets do this.

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  3. Righteous!! Regulatory toxicologist who works with the chemical industry as consultant. Also live outside DC. Let's do this.

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  4. I'm an Rn. I support vaccines and feel science needs to be protected. RFK jr. is not sound science.

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    1. Physician and RN here who support vaccines and science. Health professionals and scientists unite!

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    2. Frustrated Farmer. You dont need letters after your name to see whats happening!

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    1. This is a wonderful idea. Let's make this happen, let's make it all over the world. Where would we be without science!!!??
      And climate change is the most pressing issue facing the human race, ALL OF US.

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  6. Any chance of satellite marches/protests outside of DC?

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    1. I certainly hope so. How about a march in Ottawa, Canada

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    2. I am in montreal--I would definitely participate in one around here!! Willing to drive to Ottawa as well.

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    3. I surely hope so! You might want to start contacting local folks and get them fired up!

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    4. I would love to get involved in something in the Sacramento/Bay area!

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    5. I was wondering the same thing. But as I'm in Philly and DC is only a couple hours by train, I probably should go and add to the DC numbers.

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  7. Please keep us updated if there are satellite marches planned so we can assist in getting the word out.

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    1. Hah! I was just about to sign up. ScD. public heath entomologist with now with almost 40 years of international malaria/dengue work. Attended the D.C. march Saturday. We must to every thing we can to avert this disaster. Entomologists Unite!

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  9. Social scientist and DC resident here. Let me know how I can help.

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  10. Medical editor and concerned citizen

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  11. genetecists for climate protection!

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  12. High School Chemistry/Biology Teacher here. You had me at evolution

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  13. High school Biology teacher. I'm so happy to see this because the current political climate harms the environment and my students.

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  14. Another chemist here. Let's do it

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  15. I'm not exactly a scientist, but I have an anthro degree and a massive, crippling, panic-attack-inducing fear of climate change. Let's do this.

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  16. Cognitive neuroscientist on board!

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  17. Aerospace Engineering student, let's do this!

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  18. Bio graduate living uncomfortably close to D.C. in this time of scientific travesty. Let's fix this.

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  19. Can Sister Marches be organized by local science groups... similar to Women's March. Washington is good, if you can get there... but accross the country and outside of, has such a bigger impact.

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  20. I am a biomedical student in my second year of college. This has hit a deeper chord than anything else trump has done. I really hope there is a march in WA. It's concerning at the least and fascism at the worst. I will be there. Let's fix this.

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  21. Experimental evolutionary biologist and postdoc. For the sake of science and humanity, we must do this!

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  22. Teach and write about science in early childhood classrooms. We must make this happen!

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  23. Information Systems student here! Ready and willing to organize!

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  24. I'm a biomedical student in Alabama with many friends in environmental and other sciences and I would love to stand with all of you. Thank you for setting this up.

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  25. Not a scientist, but a science enthusiast. I hope I can find a way to help

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    1. While you may not be a *professional* scientist, as a science enthusiast, you've probably done some amateur science, and I think that qualifies. :-)

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  26. Cell/molecular biology here, working in a clinical lab. What can we do to get the word out? Also, March is rather close for planning purposes for those of us who do not live in the greater DC area.

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  27. Former molecular biologist / current high school science teacher checking in. Can't believe we actually have to promote the use of evidence and logic.

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  28. Chemist & engineer here interested in going into science public policy.

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  29. Let's get this going in all major cities I'm in

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  30. I'm a US ecologist abroad in Oslo, I want to help and show support!

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  31. I'm ready to march. Please make this a reality. I'm sure many climate activists and concerned citizens will be more than happy to stand with you

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  32. Archaeologist/geo studies here, as well as professed glacier lover. Lets educate about climate change!

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  33. I'm a children's museum science specialist from Los Angeles. Are you interested in organizing an auxiliary march? I'm here to help however I can.

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  34. I will attend in NYC...this is a wonderful idea! Keep your tiny hands off our Earth!

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  35. Atheist and logical person. How can I help?

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  36. College biology instructor, in Alabama. Would like to send bus loads of faculty and students to DC or, to reduce carbon footprint, a regional effort.

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  37. Former Computer science teacher checking in! Let's DO THIS.

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  38. daughter of a physicist/ chemist who would be apoplectic were he alive to hear what this administration is doing. I must do this to honor his memory.

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  39. Work for and believe in scientists. Hope there will be sister marches and universities across the county. Happy to help organize for one year at UC-Berkeley.

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  40. Astronomer, Physics faculty, administrator in School of Earth & Environment, Latino, child of immigrants. The resistance will not be intimidated.

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  41. Former science teacher stunned at the lack of understanding of what science is: fact not alternate fact.

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  42. Research scientist in Geology, Director of Microbeam Analytical lab. We will not be silenced! Let's do this, and support each other!

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  43. Mom of environmental engineering undergrad. I'd like to think his services will be needed keep the environment safe, as opposed to figuring out how to get us out of impending disasters. South Florida resident, happy to help if I can!

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  44. Great! I live here. We can't have the people who control resources (that's the definition of politics) refuse to understand the consequences of their decisions.

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  45. I'm in.
    EPA has been ordered to take down all its climate site from its web according to Reuters. I am downloading everything I can...Geologist/Climate Scientist.

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  46. Democracy cannot function without an informed citizenry and policy without input from science is doomed.

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  47. I'm not a scientist but support STEM education in my community. Also, my professional work for the past 35 years has focused on STEM education at the high school and college levels. How can anyone make an informed decision without understanding science? Attended the Boston Women's March and many were marching for science.

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  48. Not a scientist, but on the side of science over faith and "alternative facts." From the NYC area. Let's do this.

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  49. biologist/immunologist here. i also run a small NYC based non-profit called Ligo Project that focuses on STEM/STEAM and specifically making science accessible by getting scientists to work with/talk to non-scientists more often. would be keenly interesting in collaborating on this, we have a small but passionate community base to bring with us. get in touch info@ligoproject.org

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  50. I'm not a scientist, but I could play one on TV.

    I'm a disabled, low-fixed-income, scientific skeptic. Aunt to a future astronaut studying aerospace engineering. Can at least spread the world here in Vermont.

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  51. Not a scientist, but a rational human being.

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  52. Writer/grantwriter supporting environmental education, ecosystem restoration, mother of two science-leaning young adults.

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  53. Web Developer/Social Media Manager here - if you need any help with the website or social media accounts - I 100% volunteer my time. THANK YOU for standing up and being a voice of reason. You have no idea how much hope this is giving me and many of my friends. We love the Park Service and it's many amazing wonders and we are standing with all of you! Please let me know if I can help! #ResistALTFacts #StandStrong

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  54. Computer Science prof. Compile and run!

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  55. Public health student. Empirical research is necessary to guide my work! These are lives at stake!

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  56. Hydrologist here, ready for action.

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  57. Student Environmental and Sustainability Planner here! Let's get this ball rolling! Can maybe march in DC, can definitely march in DFW, Texas!

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  58. Patent attorney with physics degree. I'll be there

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  59. Marine science student on board, ready to stand up for scientists across all disciplines. We must UNITE!

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  60. Aerospace Engineer here. Checking in.

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  61. Environmental engineer here. Ready to stand up for truth!

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  62. Science funder and widow of environmental economist. Mom to future concerned scientist who sees her country imploding. Let's do this!

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  63. This is terrific -- thanks for doing this! Happy to help in DC.
    Will ask my psychiatric colleagues to get on it to talk about denial and resistance -- and how to help change behaviors!

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  64. Concerned citizen here as well, but with a degree in History. Do this!!

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  65. Biostatistician working in the medical diagnostics industry here! So glad you are doing this. I am also an ardent Christian and see no contradiction in believing in creation and understanding evolution. One does not negate the other. Tired of straw man arguments. Let's stand together for science! This does not need to be anti-religion.

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  66. Biologist and botanist here, wanting to organize a sister march in South Dakota!

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  67. Geologist here, mad as hell and ready to march!

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  68. Retired research administrator. Ready to go!

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  69. Another archaeologist on board.

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  70. 4th year Geosciences student, against the spread of "alternative facts", against the prohibition of scientific research, and concerned for my future in the science industry.

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  71. We need to inform the Environmental activist groups and agencies if we haven't. Teachers too!

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  72. Geologist checking in. Do this thing.

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  73. Biologist from Minnesota here. Looking to help any way I can.

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  74. Zoology student, Minnesota. Let's go.

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  75. Physician and cannot believe this assault on science and the free exchange of information.

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  77. Biochemist in Boston here - let's do this!!! They cannot silence us!

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  78. Biomedical Engineer checking in.

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  79. I'M a physician with a Zoology degree and I'm hopping mad about this attempt to "control" science to dumb down and manipulate the public. I'm in for a march, also it may require sit in's of congress too.

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  80. a person who cares enough to join and maybe even lead parts of the resistance

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  81. Environmental Scientist in Des Moines, IA. Looking to help any way I can!

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  82. This is long overdue. You can count on me to help.

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  83. Human Being here: Let's do this. Resist!

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  84. Pastor here, sick of my faith being used to undermine the scientific community and sick of politics silencing those who share the truth. Let me know what we can do here in Chicago.

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  85. I'm there! I live less than 50 miles from DC, so I'll go there, and I can possibly assist others who are coming from farther away.

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  86. Liberation Kilt Co here, with Ralph Keeling's permission we designed the Keeling tartan in honor of his father Charles, the climate scientist. It's a clan tartan for the climate change movement. I'll wear my Keeling kilt at the march!

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  87. Geneticist-in-training here. Let's do this.

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  88. Just moved back from London - can't believe the war on intellect that seems to have taken hold in the US. I'm in!

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  89. Cardiology/ research people here: ready to march for science!

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  90. Amateur scientist, professional technologist here. Let's do it !

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  91. Veterinarian/pharmaceutical researcher checking in from Boston! Let's make it happen, Cap'n!

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  92. STEM Educator here let's does this.

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  93. "Just" a concerned grandma. Might consider including other groups that have similar or associated concerns...like AltNatParkSer. and/or NPR.

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  94. PEng here - applied scientists and engineers, join ranks!

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  95. your twitter link isn't working (yet)

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  96. "Just" a concerned grandma. Might consider including other groups that have similar or associated concerns...like AltNatParkSer. and/or NPR.

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  97. Public health professional and doctoral student on standby!

    I don't have to pay my student loan #alternativefact

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  98. Righteous indignation! I will march.

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  99. Engineer with a science degree here. I'm in!

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  100. Ecologist currently teaching Earth Science and Environmental Science TOTALLY behind this!

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  101. Atmospheric Science Research Associate from California wanting to put my shoes on DC soil for this!

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  102. Wouldn't mind there being a march in Anchorage, Alaska.

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  103. Social scientist & prof in Texas. Let's go.

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  104. BA chemistry (and music), MS physiology. We will not be silenced for speaking the truth.

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  105. Electrical Engineer, lets go save the world

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  106. I'm a student who didn't have a say in the election but is now forced to deal with the consequences that will come about as a result of Trump's decisions. I'm ready!

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  107. Liberal Arts major here, but once part of a Appl Math program. You have my total support. Data is date; everything else is a falsehood or lie, depending on the intent.

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  108. MS in big pharma. I'm down like four flat tires.

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  109. MS in big pharma. I'm down like four flat tires.

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  110. If you went to any of the sister marches of Women's March on Washington then please share this with anyone who may not have seen this yet!

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  111. Support from Canada. From my family to all yours. RESIST.

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  112. Cognitive Behavioral Psychologist here! Close enough!

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  113. Not a scientist but I stand with all of you brilliant wonderful people who help us understand our world! No "alternative facts" and no alternative universe. America is great when America is good; America is good when America is educated. We got this, America. #resist

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  114. My degree's in library science but I'd like to support y'all any way I can!

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  115. What do we want?
    Evidence-based science! (in every country)
    When do we want it?
    After rigorous peer review!
    (not original, doesn't rhyme, but I love it!)

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  116. physiology & zoology instructor here

    Absolutely am coming!

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  117. Biology and chemistry person here, working in drinking water. I never thought scientific facts could be up for so much debate.

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  118. Librarian here. Can we make this nationwide?

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  120. Physicist here. Let's do the same general locations as the women's marches.

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  121. Thank you. Count me in (federal employee/physician-scientist)

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  122. Environmental scientist in the making... Let's do this.

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    1. From New Mexico and would love for there to be a protest here. I agree with others' proposition of having the same locations as the women's march- if possible!

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  123. Environmental engineer here. I am based in Oakland, California and I would love to help organize a regional march in the Bay Area! I am so excited to see the beginning of such an exciting new movement!

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  124. I am a chemist of 34 years and my father was a career research chemist at EPA. Will be there if there is one in Atlanta, GA

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  125. Chemical Engineer here, I'm in!

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  126. Naturalist, ex-science educaator, outdoor-lover here. I'm with you!!

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  127. High School Chemistry teacher here. Let's do this!!

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  128. A math teacher supporting our scientists and scientific facts.

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  129. Infectious diseases scientist here! I'd be willing to go to DC or another satellite March if there's one closer to Ohio.

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  130. High School STEM Teacher here. Want to keep our new science standards (NGSS) because they explicitly include anthropogenic climate change! Tired of Texas bossing around the content of our textbooks! Can't wait to add my support!

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  131. I'm a disabled veteran. I will march Seattle or Olympia; even if I need my wheelchair that day.

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  132. I'm not a scientist, but I believe science is our one way ticket to helping earth and preserving it. As a recreationalist, earth and all of its beautiful glory is important.

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  133. Done! Am there... Marine biologist/environmental sci!

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  134. Photographer here with a deep love and appreciation for all science. Let's do this! I want a protest here in New Mexico; come on Los Alamos and Sandia Lab folks!

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  135. Healthcare worker here! Anyone know if there will be a march in Portland, OR I can go to?

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  136. Environmental Studies major, parent, concerned citizen. I'm Topeka, Kansas - let's do this

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  138. I am a chemist and want to stop science deniers.

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  139. I'm a VERY concerned citizen, I'm willing to help from WA state

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  140. Marine Biology major ready to March! Standing with science!

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  141. And now you've got a forest ecologist and conservation biologist. Hurray for rational thought!

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  142. Epidemiologist working in public health policy here! Let's make some science communication happen.

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  143. Accountant for many scientists who would like to show support! I stand with science!

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  144. Civil Engineer by trade, scientist by passion. Just tell me the vector and velocity and I'll be good to go!

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  145. A better name would not limit its appeal to a broader audience even
    SCIENCE MATTERS OR SCIENCE IS NOT AN ALT FACT LOL

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  146. Retired Medical Laboratory Technician and independent jpurnalist who not only believes in science, but also believes in protecting our environment. Let's make this happen!

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  147. A miamian who's affected by Climate change everyday! Let's make our voices heard. I'm ready!

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  148. Science is foundational to our society, how we perceive reality. I also want to see ARTS and Sciences come together on this. Our environment and our children's minds are at risk

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  149. Science teacher (Chemistry, Earth & Space science). Get a date set - I've got personal days to use and can't think of a better way to do it!

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  150. mathematics phd student here, science deniers must be stopped!

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  151. So excited for this to happen!

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  152. So excited for this to happen!

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  153. Mechanical engineer. Let's bring this craziness to an end.

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  154. WOWZA! what a wonderful, diverse and expanding group of humans/humanity.

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  155. Behavioral Science / Behavioral Economics - let's roll.

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  156. Mathematician/Physicist/Engineer. What a wonderful idea! The anti-science movement of recent decades is terrifying. Let's swing the pendulum the other way.

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  157. Im in, let me know when and where.

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  158. Art historian here, still value science and looking forward to this march

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  159. Can we non-scientists help you by arranging a Children's March section of the Scientists' March? They will inherit our earth...and my three daughters are budding scientists who want to rock out to cheers for science.

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  160. Nature loving song writer here, ready to go

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  161. Recent college grad for environmental studies. I support our scientists and would like to create a march, on the same day, here in San Francisco, CA! Let's correlate to create a bi-coastal movement! Fight for science together!

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  162. CT MD (radiologist) reporting for duty

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