There is no question that work in the scientific field demands a high level of intellectual capacity. Discoveries and developments can only be made with years of precise and innovative study. Yet the fact remains that science applies to everybody, and the discoveries made everyday have an impact on the lives of everyone. Science for the People is an organization committed to the idea that science is applicable for everybody. We witnessed in class through their promotional video that they are dedicated spreading their message and continuing their success: they had organizations everywhere! We saw a Science for the People in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Atlanta, Georgia, and Toronto, Canada to name just a few. Their diverse concentration of followers allows them to spread their message to a wide variety of people and a ranging population of North America. They are convinced that scientific knowledge is an essential part of everyone’s life; Science for the People wishes to make science useful and accessible for everyone. This is a noteworthy cause and is supported fundamentally throughout the country. They understand that scientific developments will come from experts in the field who dedicate their lives to the cause. However, their discoveries are essential to the lives of everyone; scientists’ work must not go unnoticed and Science for the People want to ensure this. Society deserves to have a say in field of science and I firmly believe that. Leaders in Science for the People did an excellent job of conveying this message in their video. The entire video encompasses their desire to increase their following and spread their ideals further. As I mentioned in previous posts at the beginning of the course, science and society have a cohesive relationship and depend greatly on one another. Society molds with the latest scientific advancements and society pushes science to new limits. Science demands a high level of intellectual capacity but that does not mean it cannot be influence and democratized by the masses of society.