His bio states he served as a science consultant. I tried to find his credentials. On Wikipedia, it lists him as holding a Bsc, MS, and PhD in engineering, physics, and electrical engineering (that must mean respectively; otherwise it makes no sense). The cited reference is an article at The Huffington Post, but I could find no mention of it there. A Google search leads to many sites that simply copy Wikipedia's text. I was going to remove the reference, but I noticed his name was associated with several IEEE Spectrum articles. I still couldn't find a precise reference, but the fact that his name is associated in several IEEE Spectrum articles causes me to believe he probably does hold such degrees. Still, someone needs to verify it. The preceding unsigned comment was added by Cepstrum (talk • contribs).

never mind. I found a reliable source to verify he has a PhD in EE and physics from Cornell. --Cepstrum 12:32, September 16, 2010 (UTC)

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