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Huffington Post Normalizes Bullshit - $cilontology strength in time of death

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  1. TheBitch Member

    Huffington Post Normalizes Bullshit - $cilontology strength in time of death

    Susan Smalley: Coping With The Death Of A Child

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    How does a parent get through such tragedy? For the Travoltas, their belief in Scientology probably helps. Two aspects of that religion, as with other religions, are the very strong community afforded by the group and the belief in a sense of continuance after death.

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    Perhaps science is providing a comparable continuation model for secularists today. DNA continues among humans and all species through time although in varying configurations, and models such as quantum immortality suggest that consciousness continues; both are ways to see a continuum of the essence of life after death. Some aspect of continuance after death appears compatible with both science and religion.

    (snip - MOAR RUBBISH AT ARTICLE)

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  2. A.Non Hubbard Member

    Re: Huffington Post Normalizes Bullshit - $cilontology strength in time of death

    uhh, science? What sort of dippy made-up pseudoscience is she referencing? Consciousness does not extend beyond death by any known science.
  3. Puppet Member

    Re: Huffington Post Normalizes Bullshit - $cilontology strength in time of death

    It's a sad day when a Ph.D writes like a fucking 14 year old.
  4. LilDebbie Member

    Re: Huffington Post Normalizes Bullshit - $cilontology strength in time of death

    apparently you've never been told what "Ph.D" stands for:

    Piled higher & Deeper
  5. Anonymiaow Member

    Re: Huffington Post Normalizes Bullshit - $cilontology strength in time of death

    "Susan L. Smalley, Ph.D. is a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA who specializes in the genetics of psychiatric disorders, particularly those with onset in childhood or adolescence, including Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and autism (PARC). Her basic research centers on gene identification and how understanding behavioral diversity from genetic and non-genetic perspectives influences health and well-being."

    And rather ironic that her own qualifications mean that the very organisation she is defending would shun her like she smelt of arse :)
  6. Puppet Member

    Re: Huffington Post Normalizes Bullshit - $cilontology strength in time of death

    I bet the author believes in "New Math" and hugs instead of grades.
  7. the_cloak Member

    Re: Huffington Post Normalizes Bullshit - $cilontology strength in time of death

    HARPOOOOOONS!
  8. the_cloak Member

    Re: Huffington Post Normalizes Bullshit - $cilontology strength in time of death

    1/0 = ?
  9. thetanmonger Member

    Re: Huffington Post Normalizes Bullshit - $cilontology strength in time of death

    ya really what the fuck? how do you get a phd in something you do not believe exists? is that not a wasted life? honestly a PhD in potty training would probably mean more or get them further within scientology. (maybe she is PTS hehe :D)
  10. Puppet Member

    Re: Huffington Post Normalizes Bullshit - $cilontology strength in time of death

    Dear Dr. Smalley,

    This is what Scientology feels about your profession:

    Scientology Advocates Violence Against Psychiatry
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfu7Sr50N7U]YouTube - Scientology advocates violence against psychiatry

    Also, in the future, please cite your assertions regarding molecular biology / quantum mechanics / anthropology. People on the internet care little about titles and given the opportunity will relish in tearing apart petty little sentimental articles masquerading as science.
  11. cubby Member

    Re: Huffington Post Normalizes Bullshit - $cilontology strength in time of death

    yeah that

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