From: whatis@wookumz.gnu.ai.mit.edu (....What Is?....)
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Subject: Re: Scientology questions
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Date: 28 Jul 91 06:21:34 GMT
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In article <14949@goofy.Apple.COM> ksand@apple.com (Kent Sandvik) writes: >A true religion instructed to make the population of the Earth happy would >*for free* distribute the wiring diagrams for this E-meter. Anyway >a happy electronics hobbyist should not have problems to put this >together.

I wouldn't want to build my own E-Meter! If one faulty component caused an erratic swing of the needle, which indicates an area of flat-out insanity, I would be chasing this thread to no avail and eventually upset my preclear. Thank you very much, but I'd rather buy a good one and send it in for servicing every year like they recommend.

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