Doctor Who and The March for Science

“Sadly, vaccination, climate change and research budgets are political issues.” I have to agree with Robin Ince. Those that have a special interest to go against science are heavily political. They need push back. It will take scientific personalities that can engage the public; that kind of politics is in the public interest. Sometimes to advance science you need to get out of the labs, and in to the streets.

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It appears that there is a condition of “Doctor Who fanboy by proxy”. Arriving at the Science museum to take part in the London Science March, there was Peter Capaldi.
It was the beat that my heart skipped.
Not for me, for my son.
He was at home.
He had done his march for the year.
Halfway around on the Women’s March, he had been told to try to be less bored.
‘I am 9 years old, you’d have been bored on a march when you were 9,” he told my wife.
You couldn’t fault his logic.
My son didn’t spot any noticeable or notable Timelords on the Women’s March (though some were there I am told), just a Gandalf, and he hasn’t got into Middle Earth as yet.
I was embarrassed, but there was no choice.
I felt I had to get a photo and an autograph for my…

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