A Note on Science March Slogans
I've been looking at poster ideas for the “March for Science” (for example, here) and I noticed a lack of assertions about science facts. Most of them are either irrelevant to science, expressing loyalty to “science,” or presumably witty slogans using science vocabulary.
The only issue where there is even an attempt at actual content is global warming. I didn't even see the anti-Creationist slogans I was expecting. Maybe those go together. It's hard to get really upset about CO2 levels when such levels were higher millions of years ago.
Meanwhile, I've come up a few more factual slogans (earlier slogans are here):
- THE ENTROPY OF THE UNIVERSE TENDS TO A MAXIMUM!
- THE EARTH IS NOT THE CENTER OF THE UNIVERSE!
- ANGULAR MOMENTUM MAKES THE WORLD GO AROUND!
- THE EARTH IS BILLIONS OF YEARS OLD!