Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard on nuclear radiation: It's a state of mind - 2019-06-08
We were really knocked out by HBO's miniseries, 'Chernobyl,' and so we thought it might be appropriate for our 'Scientology Lit' series if we take a look at L. Ron Hubbard's notorious 1957 book, 'All About Radiation.' Referring to himself as a 'nuclear physicist' (he actually failed a course in 'molecular and atomic physics' at George Washington University in 1931 during his abortive college career), and a 'medical doctor,' Hubbard claimed generally that radiation's danger was overblown and something Scientology counseling could easily deal with. We've chosen the chapter 'Radiation and Scientology' as a Fair Use look at the publication, and we're looking forward to your thoughts about it.
Radiation and Scientology
In this lecture I will deal with radiation and Scientology. There are a number of things which have been learned during the past year and a half in Scientology which directly relate to radiation and it would be a great shame not to make these things known to the public at this time.