Blog: Scientology Apps - 2017-12-23

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F376.png Scientology Apps December 23, 2017, Mike Rinder, Something Can Be Done About It

Imagine a future world in which people's cell phones were loaded with an array of laser-precise Scientology applications. Now picture these apps connecting automatically with a vast air-conditioned server farm located on the edge of the Mojave Desert—affectionately known in management circles as Sci-Cloud. We're not talking science fiction. This technology has existed for years. Why hasn't David Miscavige and his church jumped on this tech already?

Staying Clean in the Twenty-first Century

The second most useful app (we'll get to the first later) would be the Clean Hands App that dealt with people's overts and withholds. Instead of having to go through all the trouble of writing up misdeeds on paper or coughing them up in-session, people would simply enter their crimes on their cell phones the minute after they'd been committed.

Overts and withholds would automatically be uploaded to Department 3 in the individual's local org (Department 3 is that branch in a Scientology organization that handles ethics). EOs and MAAs would instantly be appraised of crimes and be able to quickly take the appropriate measures. For instance, an EO could drag a pre-written ethics program from his desktop onto a church member's avatar, and hit "send." Boom! Handled!