Wayne Stollings wrote:
Pssst .... you do know there are "actual scientists" who contribute to skeptical science too, right? Not on the payroll of a pro-industry publication either, which some would consider being biased given the history of the industry offering to pay authors for skeptical publications in the past.
Yes, there are a couple of scientists that also contribute to Skeptical Science besides John Cook, but only one has proper credentials for climate science, and that is Mr. Nuccitelli who has a M.Sc in Astrophysics.
Looks like we have John Cook, who is a cartoonist, has studied physics, and is an author. No science degree.
We have Dana Nuccitelli who is an actual scientist, and has a M.Sc in astrophysics.
Robert Painting is an enviromentalist and a police officer. No science degree.
Doug Mackie looks like he is a Ph.D Student. No current science degree.
James Wight, a science student. No current degree in Science.
Daniel Bailey studied Earth Science. No science degree.
Robert Way is a Master's Student. No current science degree.
Andy Skuce has a degree in geophysics. It's funny, the description of Andy Skuce says...
He has worked for the British Geological Survey and several oil companies in Canada and around the world.
So a CAGW Advocate works for an oil company! Maybe this will halt the conspiracy that skeptics are funded by big oil.
Greg Tamblyn is an engineer. No science degree.
Riccardo has a Ph.D in experimental materials.
Anne-Marie Blackburn has a B.S. in Biology.
Ari Jokimäki is a computer scientist.
Neal J. King studied physics. No Science Degree.
Barbel Winkler is a translator. No Science Degree.
Höskuldur Búi Jónsson is a geologist.
Lubos Motl has a Ph.D in Physics, and I think he did a good job refuting John Cook's points.