Re: skeptic's dictionary

Michael M. Butler (butler@comp*
Tue, 24 Feb 1998 23:51:48 -0800

I note with interest that he has uncomplimentary things to say about Tony
Robbins and Richard Bandler, but that John Grinder gets off fairly lightly. :)


At 04:12 PM 2/24/98 -0700, you wrote:
>I'm sure this has probably been mentioned before, but if not...
> I was perusing the skeptic's dictionary just now, and found
>the Extropy Institute to be among the list of topics to be covered in
>the future. Not all of the articles on there are incredibly scathing,
>and I would imagine the cryonics entry (also on the to-be-done list)
>to appear as nothing more than an thin article saying "there is no
>evidence it will work" ... but it's interesting to see these there.
>Skeptic's Dictionary:
>( look under Future Entries )
"The highest love [is] uniquely human,
the product of compassion and liberty;
not one at the expense of the other."
-- L. A. Chu and M. M. Butler

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