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4 years ago  ::  Dec 31, 2009 - 1:21PM #11
Timmylee
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The skin changes resistance as an emotional responce. An e meter is an ohmeter, I believe with a wheatstone bridge needle indicator.  Without it, one has to rely on "feelings" as to whether charge exists in an incident memory.


A small electrical current is sent through the body via two tin cans which you hold in your hand.


as skin resistance changes, the needle moves. The electrical resistance can be read finely, or not, depending on the auditee.

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4 years ago  ::  Jan 01, 2010 - 2:46AM #12
Mark.tomles
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Dec 31, 2009 -- 1:21PM, Timmylee wrote:


The skin changes resistance as an emotional responce. An e meter is an ohmeter, I believe with a wheatstone bridge needle indicator.  Without it, one has to rely on "feelings" as to whether charge exists in an incident memory.


A small electrical current is sent through the body via two tin cans which you hold in your hand.


as skin resistance changes, the needle moves. The electrical resistance can be read finely, or not, depending on the auditee.




So far, we're in agreement. What would you say is the benefit to determining the resitance of one's skin? How, in your belief, does skin resistance represent incident memories?

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4 years ago  ::  Jan 01, 2010 - 3:01AM #13
Timmylee
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skin resistance is like a cough, or a sneeze of the being. It is a reaction. the being changes awareness, and it registers on the e meter.

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4 years ago  ::  Jan 02, 2010 - 2:26AM #14
Mark.tomles
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Do you agree or disagree with Hubbard, when he claimed that thoughts themselves have mass, which are registered on the e-meter?

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