From: rdippold@cancun.qualcomm.com (Ron Dippold)
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Subject: Re: What's so Scientific here?
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Date: 7 Nov 91 19:55:54 GMT
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das9674@usl.edu (Stephenson Daniel A) writes:

>I know Scientologist 'know' Scientology works,....but what makes it all so >'Scientific'??I thought religions were by definition non-scientific. Just saying >"oooh, it works, it's true, it must be 'science'" doesn't cut it.

>So where's the science? Love potions and hair tonics?!

It's the science fiction involved... Wait'll you hear about the evil galactic emperor Xanthu or whatever his name is, the soul reprocessing factory on Mars, etc.

I think he called it Scientology just to make it sound as if there was something rational involved.

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