> . . . conspicuous by its absence.
> Posted by “LonelyAngel” on March 22, 2017:
> “And to go back to your OP, I would wager you
> that in the next couple of years someone from the
> established, orthodox ranks - yes, someone whose
> paycheck might be at risk if they say anything too
> wacky - will break rank and come out and endorse
> Scott’s findings.”
> A couple of years? That would be by March 22 this
> year. I’ve seen no sign of it. Has anyone?
> Had he made the wager, I would surely (unless he
> reneged) have collected by now.
> We also await confirmation that “Dr”
> Lorraine Evans has gained her
Myself from Dec 29, 2014:
One thing I would take Scott to task for is more than once referring to the Island to Dr Femano as an "egyptologist" which is clearly not the case by any definition. In fact, it was referring to this "egyptologist" in the context of the article Philip wrote on some website that he soon appeared on these message boards implying he was invited here through correspondence with Scott. Surely he must have realized Philip was an "enthusiast" and not an actual egyptologist yet he referred to him again as such months later on a radio program....
I don't care about Scott's credentials as his credibility to me rests or falls on the merits of his ideas, which is another topic, but I find this recurring blunder of imposing credentials on sources they do not deserve to support his own ideas at best irresponsible, at worst dubious.
This is Scott's 1st mention of "Egyptologist Dr P.A. Femano" on June 23, 2012 which you'll note was edited on May 14, 2015 and no longer refers to the good Doctor as an "Egyptologist".