That's not a medical opinion, but a complaint.
It's both. (Except in this case the opinion is backed up with formulae that may or may not have been correctly applied.)
Shooting the messenger is a bad policy.
Andrew Wakefield (the UK didn't require certification of doctors until 2009) very much should be shot for the message he propounded.
but "engineer" holds a special meaning in the US and only the US.
With lots of "industrial exceptions" (which is why programmers can call themselves software engineers even in Oregon without being fined).
Licensing was invented by professional guilds solely to lock in the profit
You go on believing that until some incompetent fraud designs something that kills your loved ones. Then you will be the one whining about the government not protecting it's citizens.
Perhaps it's not illegal to say "I'm a doctor" as long as you don't then go on to offer a medical opinion
But he did claim to be a "doctor" offer a "medical" opinion.
As if all other First World countries don't have similar professional boards.
If he wins the suit, there's nothing to stop people from claiming to be medical doctors and doing all sorts of (more) harm to society.
Just present the facts without claiming to be an engineer.
Sounds like he's talking about md5 collisions. But that's not the cause of AV false flags.
Mathemeticians stand on each other's shoulders while computer scientists stand on each other's toes. -- Richard Hamming