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Scientology might just have a point

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That guy in Police Academy can just go home...

It's alive.

Okay, so it's not really news, but...every now and again, you watch something that leaves you speechless and this is an example of one of these moments.

Robotic technology has seen an extraordinary growth in the last 10-15 years. The Japanese continue to front the latest advances, and society continues to move towards the fictional vision seen in the motion picture I,Robot.

Conversely, after watching this video, one could be forgiven for thinking that it has already arrived. I will leave you all to make your mind up on this, but I’m convinced...robots walk amongst us!

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#1 Mrs. Patricia Krenik 2010-10-25 05:57
And your point re: Scientology on this article is????

Talented Geek, but then, it is always more fun to make noises than listen to others make them.
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#2 www.johnalexwood.com johnalexwood 2010-10-31 15:34
You are right - Scientology does have a point. In fact, lots of them. One that is universally accepted (apart from by psychiatrists and Big Pharma of course) is that the drugging and labeling of children for mental 'diseases' that cannot be scientifically proven to actually exist, is downright fraud and inhumane. More info on this (as well as a brand new documentary about a kid who commited suicide while on Lexapro) can be found on the Citizens Commission on Human Rights website (CCHR).
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#3 RE: Scientology might just have a point Luke Connolly 2010-11-18 21:02
Quoting johnalexwood:
You are right - Scientology does have a point. In fact, lots of them.


You may be right...and who am I to say your not. But is this the same Scientology that was created by a Sci-Fi author; the same author who claimed that the fastest way to make a million dollars was by creating your own religion?

Also, the same individual who spent 4 years in prison for fraud and theft and had a net worth of $200 million in 1982, 2 years before his death?

Just wanted to make sure...
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