Charles Jackson is another one. A summary of Jackson goes as follows: Charles Jackson knew nothing, then he heard a presentation on a scientific topic that he didn’t understand. Currently he knows nothing, but fancies himself an expert. See him take on ERV here. In retrospect, one can virtually hear the levers and pulleys of confirmation bias take in the information, sieve it through to whatever favorite filter of evidence he is operating with, and churn out some garbage at the other end.
Charles Jackson is a young earth creationist who is barely able to pass the Turing test, and has been known to fail such tests in actual debates (see Jackson portray a Chinese Room here). In fact, Dr. Jackson is the “scientist” for the Creation Truth Foundation, and he has a strong reputation with respect to debate skills (mostly because he masters the Gish gallop and the Ham hightail – he isn’t fully able to see that science is determined by evidence rather than rhetoric).
Diagnosis: Professional zombie; crackpot and godbotter who has honed his rhetorical techniques to cover up his complete ignorance of the subject matters he likes to debate. Impact uncertain, but he’s pretty zealous.