001. Suzuki's 'hyperscience' credentials:
001.a. according to Wikipedia:
001.b. now, on Suzuki's own web site, apparently or supposedly, "Science Matters".
001.c. and apparently, Suzuki is held in high regard by large science-advocacy academic professional organizations, like the California Science Teachers Association, who recommend him.
002. OAND's pseudoscience credentials & opacity, and DTS as their keynote:
002.a. the blatant pseudoscience that is naturopathy [once you peel away the facade]:
002.b. here's an example from a newspaper-published naturopath, Johnson, L. (ND ?) in the Alamogordo Daily News, who's article "What Is a Naturopath?" (2009-10-29) states:
002.c. at OAND's web site, we are told in:
002.d. "About Us", four times that naturopathy is a profession, that OAND advocates for science, and seeks "to develop guidelines and standards of practice for excellence in patient-centred care".
002.f. "Principles of Naturopathic Medicine":
002.g. "Modalities of Naturopathic Medicine":
002.h. "Dr. David Suzuki Event":