How to set up your Google Scholar Profile
- more than just a simple Google search for your name

People can find your research more easily with
2. You can add any articles or books that Google may have missed, to increase your H Index
3. You will receive an email when other scholars reference your work, increasing your citations
so you can find out who is citing your work and see their citations.

4. People will not see a "not found" message
"Your search - your name - didn't match any user profiles." for example:

Here are the 7 minute steps to establish your own permanent Google Scholar Profile

1. Have or establish a free Google email account (Gmail)
2. Go to 
3. Click "My Citations" at the top
    You will be prompted to establish your profile with name, degree, and details
4. Enter your preferred email (such as ".edu") and confirm it
5. Click "+Add" and select the publications Google has found.
6.  Click the "left" arrow to find your Citation Count and H Index is computed
7. You can add a profile photo, and any publications Google may have missed

Examples of Scholars whose research I am following, sorted by Hirsch Index then Last Name

My favorite research topics: TM, 9/11, Moon landing, Critical Thinking, Skepticism

Google Scholar pages which are permanent (i.e. created by the scholar's own Gmail account) are in Bold and green with a hyperlink
Non-bold screen photos are in a light red box and are made of temporary listings using my Gmail account.  Gray means deceased.
= not established yet, general Google search only     = established Google Scholar Profile Page

GSP Hirsch Google Scholar Profile Name, Degree, University

Noam Chomsky PhD, UPenn, MIT  h=186 (awesome) 9/11 

Presented with Collected Articles On Nine Eleven

follow up, how does he like the research studies?

130 Steven Hawking, PhD, Cambridge, Physics
Citations 109475
h-index =130
01223 337843
Center for Mathematical Sciences
Wilberforce Road
Cambridge  cb# 0WA

Sent invitation to participate in annual 9/11 Physics Debate



Norman Rosenthal, MD
Georgetown Medical School,
TM, Medicine  h=83

20161020 FB reminder
20161102 remind assts



    Robert J. Sampson
Sociology, Harvard




Sheldon Glashow, PhD, Harvard, Boston U.  h=77
1979 Nobel Prize in Physics       

Invitations to 9/11 Physics Debate
2015 nice chat
2016 he referred me to his asst

Physics Research Building, Room 567
3 Cummington Mall
Boston, MA 02215
(617) 353-9099


Carl Sagan, PhD, Physics, Cornell 
Physics, Astronomy, Moon
1934 - 1996

68 Richard Lindzen, PhD
Harvard University
Professor at MIT

Skeptic of man made climate change



Hebert Benson, MD
Harvard Medical School
RR - watered down TM

set up for him.
(now redirects to )

David Griscom, PhD Physics, Brown  h=64  Moon, 9/11

Winner of the 2014 and 2015 9/11 Physics Debate
2014 debate 
2015 debate



62 Richard Lindzen, PhD
Atmospheric Physics
Professor Emeritus at MIT

Man-made global warming skeptic

  54 Jordan Peterson, PhD
Dr. Jordan Peterson is a professor at one of Canada's top universities, and his record was well scrutinized before tenure. His Hirsch Index is 54 with about 14000 citations by other scientists to his 142 publications.


Lynn Margulis Sagan, PhD (Berkeley)  h=50  9/11
1938 - 2011
Curriculum vitae

President's National Medal of Science 1999
Wife of Carl Sagan
9/11 Truth advocate



50 Ivar Glaever
Nobel Prize winner

Ph.D., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, 1964 (Theoretical Physics)

Mech.Eng., Norwegian Institute of Technology, Trondheim, Norway 1952 (Siv.Ing)

Man-made global warming skeptic

Oliver E. Buckley Prize 1965
Nobel Prize 1973
Zworkin Award 1974

PDF 48

Milton Rokeach, PhD, Berkeley, professor at Michigan State University
Milton Rokeach was born in Hrubishow, Poland, in 1918, and moved with his family to Brooklyn when he was seven years old. He graduated from Brooklyn College in 1941. He enrolled in the fledgling social psychology program at Berkeley in 1941, but his studies were interrupted by a stint (1942–1945) in the Air Force Aviation Psychology Program. He returned to Berkeley in 1946 and received his Ph.D. in 1947. From 1947 to 1970 he was a member of the Michigan State University Psychology faculty. He joined the faculty at the University of Western Ontario from 1970 to 1972, and he then moved to Washington State University where he worked in sociology and psychology from 1972 to 1986. He joined the faculty at the University of Southern California in 1986. Rokeach received the Kurt Lewin Memorial Award from the American Psychological Association in 1984 and the Harold Lasswell Award from the International Society of Political Psychology in 1988.
PDF 47

Dr. James Van Allen,  PhD, Physics, U. of Iowa  h=47  Moon
1914 - 2006   Wiki  
Discovered the Van Allen Belts of high radiation from 1000-16000 miles above the Earth, which the Apollo astronauts would not have made it through without injury or death.


John Hagelin, PhD, Physics, Harvard 
TM, Consciousness & Physics

reminders sent for GSP

Dr. Denis Rancourt

Ph.D. and Professor in Physics
University of Ottawa
Hirsch Index = 41


38 Robert Schneider, MD, FACC,
University of Michigan
TM, Medicine

2016101 email
20161102 em
20161122 em


pdf 34

Charles N. Alexander, PhD, Harvard,
MIU  h=34 
TM, Neuroscience
1950 - 1998   

Transcendental meditation and improved performance on intelligence-related measures: A longitudinal study. Personality and Individual Differences, vol 12, issue 10, 1991, pages 1105-1116
Robert W. Cranson, David W. Orme-Johnson, Jayne Gackenbach, Michael C. Dillbeck, Christopher H. Jones, Charles N. Alexander



James Fetzer, PhD, Philosophy of Science
Indiana University, Prof. Emeritus, U. of Minn   h=34  9/11, JFK, Skepticism   

Discussion of Critical Thinking, Open-Mindedness, Consciousness, 9/11, JFK, and TM
Jim Fetzer Real Deal Rick Shaddock.mp3

Top Ten Trips to Truthers talking to Trump about 9/11.  Also about TM.

31 David Orme-Johnson, PhD,
Psychology, Berkeley,
h=31  TM

Transcendental meditation and improved performance on intelligence-related measures: A longitudinal study. Personality and Individual Differences, vol 12, issue 10, 1991, pages 1105-1116
Robert W. Cranson, David W. Orme-Johnson, Jayne Gackenbach, Michael C. Dillbeck, Christopher H. Jones, Charles N. Alexander


31 Deepak Chopra, MD
Between 1971 and 1977 he completed residencies in internal medicine at the Lahey Clinic in Burlington, Massachusetts, the VA Medical Center, St Elizabeth's Medical Center and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.[31] He earned his license to practice medicine in the state of Massachusetts in 1973, becoming board certified in internal medicine, specializing in endocrinology
Adjunct Professor: Tufts University, Harvard Medical School

No reminder sent to this TM copier :)


Robert Keith Wallace, PhD,
USC, Harvard, MIU 
TM, physiology


    Richard Lynn



27 Sandford Nidich, PhD, Education  h=27  TM  
M.A. Education thesis advisor


29 Michael Shermer, PhD  h=29  
9/11, Skepticism
Asst:   Pat

27 Helmuth Nyborg

Race differences in IQ


26 Alexander Keewatin Dewdney, PhD
Professor Emeritus
University of Western Ontario
Computer Science, Mathematics

Dr. Dewdney found that cell phone calls were impossible from passenger jets at cruising altitude so the 9/11 story is impossible.

Replications by Rick Shaddock 

PDF 24 Goodwin Watson, PhD
Columbia University, Teachers College
Goodwin Watson notes milestones in his life and career, including his PhD in educational psychology, attendance at Union Theological Seminary, and joining the Columbia University Teachers College faculty. During 1925-1942, Watson earned the reputation of being not only a thoughtful activist and innovator but also a scholar and researcher. After World War II, he became chief of the Analysis Division of the Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service, but within two years was forced out of office as a "disloyal citizen" by what was then known as the Dies Committee. He had gone to the Soviet Union and to Nazi Germany and had reported on features of their systems, including educational, that he considered promising. He held a professorship at Newark State College until 1970. In 1963, Watson and James P. Dixon were founders of the Union of Experimenting Colleges, an outgrowth of which was the creation of the University Without Walls.
Watson Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal
PDF 24 Edward Maynard Glaser, PhD 
Columbia University, Teachers College
Watson Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal


23 Michael C. Dillbeck, PhD
Purdue, MUM



Maxwell Rainforth, PhD
Natural Medicine, TM


21 Keith Snail, PhD, Physics
U.S. Army Research Lab
U.S. Naval Research Lab



Niels Harrit, PhD, Chemistry, U. Copenhagen  h =21 
9/11 Chemistry & Physics

Discovered explosive thermitic residue in the dust from the WTC on 9/11

18 Jonathan Shear, PhD
Berkeley, MIU
h=18  TM Consciouseness Studies


Lawrence A. Farwell, PhD Neuroscience h=18  TM EEG

Reminders sent:
+++++ ||


17 Lawrence Domash, PhD, Physics, Princeton, MIU   h=17     TM
Dr. Josh Mitteldorf
Ph.D. in AstroPhysics
University of Pennsylvania
(Ivy League)
Hirsch Index = 17



Robert Korol, PhD, Structural Engineering, McMaster  h=17   
9/11 Physics


Fred Travis, PhD, Neuroscience, MUM    TM

Dr. Fred Travis, Chair of the Department of Maharishi Vedic Science and Director of the Center for Brain, Consciousness, and Cognition, welcomes you with this message:

“Take time for yourself. In the Maharishi Vedic Science degree, you will explore the full range of life and human potential, both in theory and in practice, and learn how to apply this knowledge to enrich all aspects of life. Maharishi explains that consciousness is the light by which we see the world. By increasing your inner light, you will transform every perception. This is the purpose of this program.”



13 Steven E. Jones, PhD, Physics
Vanderbilt, BYU 
Winner of 9/11  Physics Debate in 2017

Contestant for upcoming 2017 9/11 Physics Debate:

13 Edward Dutton, PhD
Anthropology and Theology
Olou University, Finland

At Our Wits End!


13 James Randi
James Randi Educational Foundation
Logic, Magic, Critical Thinking


Crockett Grabbe, PhD, Physics, Cal Tech 
9/11 Physics


Winner of the 2016 9/11 Physics Debate:


11 David M. Shaddock


10 Emil Ole William Kirkegaard
Research fellow, Ulster Institute for Social Research


10 Judy D. Wood, PhD
Mechanical Engineering
9/11 Physics



Graeme MacQueen, PhD, Harvard 
9/11 Studies


8 John Wyndham, PhD
Cambridge University
9/11 Physics



Leroy Hulsey, PhD   h=7   9/11

Professor Leroy Hulsey
Ph.D. in Structural Engineering
PE - Professional Engineer
SE - Structural Engineer
Dept. of Civil Engineering
University of Alaska
Outstanding Teaching Awards: UAF, UMR, NCS
World Trade Center collapse

7 John G. R. Fuerst
Research Fellow, Ulster Institute for Social Research

Citations: 129


6 Alarik Arenander, PhD  



Joseph Mickey La Lopa, PhD
Professor at Purdue  
home town buddy and FHS Soccer Team mate

6 Stuart Rothenberg, MD
Natural Medicine




Keith Levi, PhD
Computer Science




Susan Levin Dillbeck, PhD, Berkeley  h=6  TM

M.A. in Education professor and thesis advisor


6 Robert L. Park, PhD
Physics Professor: University of Maryland
541 citations, 20 publications, h=6, i10 =4
Author: Voodoo Science

Member of the American Physical Society, American Association for the Advancement of Science and American Vacuum Society

Born in Kansas City where he probably has family, a 4 hour drive, but never visited Maharishi University, yet feels he can criticize it.
Very critical of Dr. John Hagelin, who has many more publications and a higher Hirsch Index

Pseudo-skeptic and fraud



Tony Nader, MD, PhD
TM, Physiology and Vedic Science
Raja Raam


Sivaraj Shyam Sunder
Building and Fire
papers 16
papers with citations 11
citations 58
i10 =1

4 William Sands, PhD  Vedic Science, MUM  h=4 TM

David Leffler, PhD, MUM  h=3   TM


3 Thomas Egenes, PhD


Bruce Lester, PhD
Computer Science




Mark Basile, MS, Worcester Polytechnic   h=3     9/11

WTC Dust study


  2 Rhoda Orme-Johnson, PhD
Professor Emeritus
Maharishi University of Management
Literature and Consciousness
2 Craig Pearson, PhD

Nancy Lonsdorf, MD  Johns Hopkins, Stanford 



Jeffrey Farrer, PhD, Minnesota Physics   h=2   9/11



2 Rick Shaddock, MA Education, MIU  h=2  

Areas of research: TM, 9/11, Moon, Critical Thinking

`1 Adam Taylor
9/11 researcher

Steven Dutch, PhD, Physics, U. Wisconsin   h=1
defends Bush Story of 9/11
critic of "Truthers"

What displays if you do not have a Google Scholar Profile Page?

Even though Mark Basile has publications on the general Google page,
which may list other people named "Mark" or "Basile"
he has no Google Scholar Profile Page, so it says "didn't match any user profiles"


Hirsch Index

Hirsch Index is an objective measure of a scholar's publications and references to them, sometimes used in tenure decisions.

It was developed by Dr. Jorge E. Hirsch, (PhD, Physics) a professor of Physics at the University of California, San Diego.  

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