I may have been sacked from guides, but I'm now a member of the Science Scouts:
Here are my badges:
The "talking science" badge. Required for all members. Assumes the recipient conducts himself/herself in such a manner as to talk science whenever he/she gets the chance. Not easily fazed by looks of disinterest from friends or the act of "zoning out" by well intentioned loved ones.
The 'I blog about science' badge.
In which the recipient maintains a blog where at least a quarter of the material is about science. Suffice to say, this does not include scientology.
The 'will glady kick sexual harasser's ass' badge.
(And we mean 'ass' in the most holistic of ways). In which the recipient stands up to such miscreants in the work place. Places of science should know better.
The "has frozen stuff just to see what happens" badge (LEVEL II)(Those who came to our wedding dinner will understand... thanks Jeev and Neil)
In which the recipient has frozen something in dry ice for the sake of scientific curiosity.
The "I'm a scientist who is fundamentally opposed to administrative duties" badge.
Presumably a badge with a consensus even stronger than that seen in the global warming arena.
The "somewhat confused as to what scientific field I actually belong to" badge
Also known as the transdiscplinary, interdiscplinary, or intradisciplinary badge.
Because I moonlight in the social sciences ("argumentation & rhetoric in policymaking" - an occasional change from robots)
The "I build robots" badge (LEVEL III)
In which recipients have built a fully autonomous robot.
Not all alone!.
The "non-explainer" badge (LEVEL I)
Where the recipient can no longer explain what they do to their parents.
The "broken heart for science" badge
In which the recipient's passion for science has led to their significant other leaving.
Okay - so I'm the one that left, and only in a geographical sense. But until we can find a solution to the two-body problem I still think I deserve this.