A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from January 18, 2020
“No science, no beer”

"No science, no beer” is a jocular saying that has been printed on many images. The saying has been used to justify the importance (and funding) of science education.

“Worse still. No science no beer fermentation” was posted on Twitter by Southern Smoke ‘N Br on October 16, 2016. “No Science, No Beer. Know Science, Know Beer” was posted on Twitter by c0nc0rdance on February 19, 2017.

The saying was printed on signs in the March for Science on April 22, 2017. “Marchers carried signs saying “build science not walls,” “ice has no agenda it just melts,” “we do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children,” “there is no planet B,” “no science? no beer” was printed in the Times of San Diego on April 22, 2017. “‘No science, no beer’ #marchforscienceau #auspol #brisbane” was posted on Twitter by 💧Siem Kew on April 22, 2017.


Wikipedia: March for Science
The March for Science (formerly known as the Scientists’ March on Washington) is an international series of rallies and marches held on Earth Day. The inaugural march was held on April 22, 2017 in Washington, D.C., and more than 600 other cities across the world. According to organizers, the march is a non-partisan movement to celebrate science and the role it plays in everyday lives. The goals of the marches and rallies were to emphasize that science upholds the common good and to call for evidence-based policy in the public’s best interest.

Twitter
Southern Smoke ‘N Br
@SmokeNBrewZA
Replying to @BraaiBoy
Worse still. No science no beer fermentation
4:34 AM · Oct 16, 2016·Twitter for Android

Twitter
c0nc0rdance
@c0nc0rdance
Replying to @luckytran
No Science, No Beer.
Know Science, Know Beer.
12:01 PM · Feb 19, 2017·Twitter Web Client

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Kate Sheridan
@sheridan_kate
Pair of signs at #standupforscience rally say “no science, no beer” and “no science, no coffee.” Hitting where it hurts.
12:52 PM · Feb 19, 2017·Twitter for iPhone

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Science March Tucson
@ScienceMarchTUC
No science, no beer has been my rallying cry since day one!
@Space_Drafts
6:30 PM · Feb 19, 2017·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Geoffrey Supran
@GeoffreySupran
“No Science = No Beer”. Great roundup (& great title!) of #StandUpForScience rally last Sunday by
@mem_somerville
: https://storify.com/mem_somerville/no-science-no-beer-no-science-no-coffee
11:12 AM · Feb 23, 2017·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
💧Siem Kew
@siemkew
“No science, no beer” #marchforscienceau #auspol #brisbane
2:02 AM · Apr 22, 2017·Tweetbot for iΟS

Times of San Diego (CA)
15,000 March for Science in San Diego in Plea to Policy-Makers
POSTED BY CHRIS STONE ON APRIL 22, 2017 IN POLITICS
(...)
Marchers carried signs saying “build science not walls,” “ice has no agenda it just melts,” “we do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children,” “there is no planet B,” “no science? no beer,” “climate change is real,” “science rocks,” and “science makes America great,” among many others.

23 April 2017, The Arizona Republic (Phoenix, AZ), “March for Science draws thousands: Families, students show support for taking care of, learning about planet"by Conner Borgelt and Alejandro Barahona, pg. A18:
Thousands turned out for Phoenix’s March for Science on Saturday, many wielding signs while pushing strollers or holding hands with their children.
(...)
Many had made their own signs. Some of the homemade slogans:

No science, no beer.

Twitter
March for Science Sacramento
@SacScienceMarch
No Science, No Beer!
... and WE LOVE BEER! 🍻
What’s your favorite thing made possible by #science?
12:01 PM · Mar 27, 2019·Hootsuite Inc.

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Daily Solidarity
@DailySolidarity
It’s International Beer Day! http://internationalbeerday.com
City unknown. 14 April 2018. Photo via instagrammer 2fish1whale.
(Image: A white man with a white goatee wears a t-shirt with the periodic table on it and holds a sign that reads “No Science, No Beer.")
12:02 PM · Aug 2, 2019·Hootsuite Inc.

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