The basic rule is NO antagonism is allowed, from either side.
Here’s the thread where the ‘scientism’ tag is being hashed out.
Scientism would have to be YOUR religion to tag it as a “Scientism Caucus” and the article and replies could not speak for any non-Scientism believers.
However, you could tag the RF Scientism thread as “[ecumenical]” and anyone could post but they must not be antagonistic.
505 posted on Monday, July 30, 2012 8:35:34 PM by Religion Moderator
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I found this confusing, and figured I would see a series of responses in the vein of bunnies, pancakes and stuned beebers.
When I see “ecumenical”, “hydrotron”, “Athanor” and “scientism” I wonder if discussion of Thetans and planet Kolob can be far behind.
So is this new thread by Kevmo what you had in mind to allow?
In my original post I said that the device should be taken apart and analyzed after it has worked for a while to see if there have been changes in which elements are there or isotopes of elements. If those have changed that is evidence of a nuclear reaction of some type. On the other hand if only chemical compounds made from the same elements have changed, then it is purely a chemical reaction and it might just be the world's most expensive "potato" battery.
I thought high schools had teachers, not professors. Is this another case of cold fusion credential inflation?
He's referred to as a high school teacher here.
Bookmarking for later reading.