Okay, I am not calling you or anyone else out here, I just want to make an observation. Something I'm noticing in this thread particularly is that the main method of debunking involves looking up the name of a study's author, looking at the Wikipedia page (or a different site) for said author, scrolling down to the "criticisms" part of the page, and pasting those criticisms of the author here. Now, no one here is explicitly claiming that because such and such a person has expressed criticism of the author that therefore the author's work can be considered to be officially debunked, but at the very least that's the initial impression this approach gives off. That a study has been criticized by another academic is not interesting because that's par for the course in all of science. We critique each other's work, even the best studies published in nature are routinely critiqued. Any serious engagement with the topic wouldn't stop at citing critiques of these papers from skeptics but would instead dive into the claims and counterclaims being made and actually get into the details of the arguments.
Lazy rebuttals stemming from intellectual condescension fuelled by a more tribalistic brand of skepticism (as opposed to genuine independent and critical thinkers/skeptics such as Mick) -- people who swear by the name of science howbeit not usually understanding science all that deeply -- is a real thing. So you have a very valid point there.
Does this condescension exist amongst MB members. I'm sure it does to some extent. Sometimes I'm also guilty as charged. Maybe even right now.
Inasmuch as believers often betray a disturbing sense of collective moral self-righteousness and judgmentalism, the label of a ‘skeptic’, for many, carries a self-serving thrill of belonging to an intellectual elite mocking, overtly or covertly, the ‘other’ tribe of gullible idiots. Such an attitude is not helpful nor conducive to learning even if the skeptics would otherwise have excellent points to impart to anonymous MB readers sincerely looking for sound prosaic explanations to the woo that puzzles them or to varying extents even resonates with them.
A sympathetic and compassionate attitude isn't always easy. But many valuable things aren't.