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On 18 Aug 2001, at 15:20, Wade T.Smith wrote:
> Hi Scott Chase -
> >Looking at this link:
> >it looks like the author realizes there's more behind the engram than
> >what it seemed above.
> Well, yeah- because he was more saying that Hubbard wrung this term
> 'engram' in his own fury of neologistic psychosis.
> But then, clams will be clams.
> >>>'Morphic resonance' (MR) is put forth as if it were an empirical
> >>>term, but it is no more empirical than 'engram', L. Ron Hubbard's
> >>>term for the source of all mental and physical illness.
> Glomming onto scientific terms and distorting them massively is a
> standard operation procedure of the crank.
It is notable that in the absence of genetic material, the empty
zygote will not develop at all; if the template is not contained in the
gene, but is communicated by morphic resonance, then the
genetic material must be resonsible for mystically channelling the
morphic field, kinda like the pineal gland was supposed to channel
consciousness from the ether centuries ago, or like the newage
sewage guru extraordinaire J.Z. Knight claimed to channel Ramtha
> - Wade
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