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Hi Keith Henson -
>Phrenology tried to become a meme within the
>collection of science memes. It failed to pass the test. Ergo.
Hmmm, possibly. Although many pseudosciences enjoyed the company of
institutionalized science, and, even in this day, one can go to an
acupuncturist in a hospital.
All phrenology has to do is move off to the side a little, get newage.
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