So Phooey's thesis seems to be that nobody can really know what the science says because if you're not an expert you cannot read the papers, and so none of us can possibly know who to listen to. At the same time he claims to be able to analyze the data better than, say, Dr. Novella. So he (Phooey) can pick whatever side of an argument he likes (for example, that vaccines are bad) and if he can find one pediatrician who agrees with him, then his view is as legitimate as ours. This is very much like the people who insist that science is "just a belief system" and that their belief system is equally valid. This would really be a fine joke if there were not so many children dying of measles and other vaccine-preventable diseases because their parents have listened to bat-shit-crazy fearmongers.