Massimo Pigliucci is a [science|scientist], [philosophy|philosopher], and prominent critic of pseudoscience. He is a professor at SUNY-Stony Brook and holds three Ph.D.s: one in genetics from the University of Ferrara, one in potany from the University of Connecticut, and one in philosophy from the University of Tennessee. He has debated [creationism|creationists] and [apologetics|Christian apologists] including Kent Hovind and Duane Gish. He regularly writes for 'Skeptical Inquirer' and 'Philosophy Now.'
Pigliucci has criticized [Richard Dawkins] for claiming to be able to scientifically refute the existence of [God] in a broad sense. Pigliucci's view is that there is strong evidence against specific versions of the God hypothesis, but that when taken in a broad sense, God is a [falsifiability|non-falsifiable] hypothesis.