Inside Edition Report on the E-meter

Sock Puppy

Patron with Honors
Inside Edition did a really good story on the E-Meter, analying its effectiveness as a "spritual counseling tool:"

[video=youtube;k9NBZC7sLLo]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9NBZC7sLLo&list=UUdG52C2DtGhiYEUFqvTFDwA&index=1&feature=plcp[/video]
 

R6Basic

Patron Meritorious
Hubbard did not invent the E-meter. It was some guy named Mathison ( I think I'm spelling that right).

Hubbard use to say that it was a simple 'wheat stone bridge' and any one could make it.
 

Dulloldfart

Squirrel Extraordinaire
Inside Edition did a really good story on the E-Meter, analying its effectiveness as a "spritual counseling tool:"

[video=youtube;k9NBZC7sLLo]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9NBZC7sLLo&list=UUdG52C2DtGhiYEUFqvTFDwA&index=1&feature=plcp[/video]

Their expert (ho ho) says it reads on sweat, salt, and grip. The CofS's response is that he's not qualified to comment on the (religious) device.

Pathetic from both sides. Any trainee auditor knows that moisture and grip affect the TA and needle and must be taken into account. The notion that the meter "reads on sweat and unsweat" is easily disproved by an underwater experiment, where the meter still reads when the hands (or feet - it works on feet too) aren't touching the cans. I'm sure the CofS could do a better-looking experiment than mine to show this.

Example (there are other underwater metering videos there):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JR5Kmw2zHhw

Paul
 

MichelleAsWell

Patron with Honors
Hubbard did not invent the E-meter. It was some guy named Mathison ( I think I'm spelling that right).

Hubbard use to say that it was a simple 'wheat stone bridge' and any one could make it.

I think it was William Moulton M-------, the creator of Wonder Woman
 
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