It is Saturday, the 15th of February in the year 2014, and its ten minutes before 15 o’clock, a bunch of people romp about at Praça Luis de Camoes, Lisboa. There is a group of people playing rhythmic music, music that normally accompanies Capoeira. The vibe of the music is like a heart beating on high adrenalin, activating the sympathetic nervous system of all the people being aware of what will happen within just a few minutes. The clock strikes 15 o’clock. A female and a male Ph.D. student standing right next to the Camoes statue, facing down to Chiado are unrolling a paper sign: SEM a CIÊNCIA o MUNDO PÁRA, without Science the world stops. The Capoeira musicians stop playing their rhythmical music, 2 girls holding balloons release them into the air, a couple jamming with their guitars stop, more than fifty people abruptly freeze in whatever movement or behaviour they were just engaged, and there are the dogs, which stop barking, rubbernecking to figure out what just happened.