Sorry to intrude on your high-five's and back-slapping over ad hominem mistakes known in formal logic as fallacies of relevance.
You two are carrying on a despicable tradition of attacking Glenn Kimball’s credentials and scholarly research findings by falsely impugning him as a fraud. This effort was initially launched by orthodox critics who clung to mainstream ideas that Glenn challenged with prodigious research. They were quoted by others to the point that it created a faux groundswell of apparently universal derision. The small-minded mainstreamers even worked to delete his Wikipedia contributions, viz., [en.wikipedia.org]. Shades of TED!
I knew Glenn and knew how much such below-the-belt, small-minded stuff stunned and hurt him initially. And he eventually got over it.
Glenn Kimball eventually earned his Ph.D. from Southern Illinois University (after “finishing “ the dissertation for years). He delayed submission of his dissertation after completing formal classwork in the late 1970s or early 1980s when he taught as a graduate student TA for several years. This was because he unexpectedly became a single father of 3 kids when his dissertation was mostly done. He passionately took on the moral role of father -- always putting it as top priority with dissertation completion coming a distant second.
Glenn was also hampered progressively by health challenges. In 1985 he was diagnosed (at age 35) with a fatal organ disease and given 5 years “tops” to live — until 1990. The headlights of death switched to high-beam and began to shine brightly over his shoulder.
Glenn was panicked in that he felt an overwhelming sense of his “life mission” being incomplete. So he again made the dissertation lower priority as he frantically threw himself into his work. It became a virtual compulsion. Time seemed so short with so many 'rocks' to look under. Each one led to others.
Unexpectedly, Glenn lived 20 years beyond the death sentence date. At he urging of friends, he submitted a written dissertation to Southern Illinois University in the 1990s. It summarized his years of findings well but was logged in as received long after his faculty advisor and dissertation committee members had moved on. The University hemmed and hawed but ultimately made the compromise decision to recognize Glenn as having earned a doctoral degree in “Communications”—a Ph.D. program that did not even exist at the school. This had happened by 1999 when the Art Bell interview occurred. And SIU had promised in writing that the formality of degree “awarding” would occur at a to-be-determined future commencement. Yet there was a serious academic snag between the interviews with Art Bell and the one years later with Ian Punnett.
Apparently, some faculty infighting occurred after Glenn's appearances on the Art Bell show. And SIU informed Glenn that, although he had "fully earned" the Ph.D., some faculty had "voiced reasonable concerns" that formally awarding the degree might imply that he was proficient with respect to "current instructional standards". Simply auditing three years of coursework anew would be sufficient to "allay" those professors' objections. Glenn appropriately resisted this alteration of standards and SIU dug in its heels. (My suggestion was that he simply repeat science-related courses as these would be the only instructional content that would likely have changed. But I don't know if he ever did.) After a long delay and many communications, SIU dug in its heels even more -- insisting that Glenn re-take every single graduate course, at considerable expense, and pass all class exams once again.
Although SIU had verified in writing that Glenn's Ph.D. had been fully earned and his dissertation accepted, its formal awarding was a joke due IMO to the small-minded reactions of some envious faculty members who resented the Glenn's public profile. I believe Glenn's response was 'so what if I die --any month now-- having been formally awarded only a masters degree. What is important is the inspired and inspiring life's work that I've contributed.'
For my part, I took SIU at its written word and have always referred to Glenn as Dr. Kimball. But he was mortified by the university's game-playing and took care to explain thereafter that his Ph.D remained unfinished due to the need to repeat all graduate courses. I had no contact with him after 2008, when his life's work was done but his health was severely deteriorating. I learned that he finally died at 60 years of age in 2010 -- 20 years beyond his predicted demise in 1990 "at the outside".
Neither of you have has bothered to read Glenn’s work. You’ve focussed mainly on extraneous issues (e.g., typo’s) or ad hominem canards. And you have clearly demonstrated the dangers of superficial Internet research.
By the way, one of Glenn’s interviews was the most highly rated show in the entire history of the Art Bell radio program.