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Posted 14 August 2011 - 06:51 PM

From SHSBC-35 6107C19, Q-and-A Period: Auditor Effect on Meter, 19 July 1961:
"Well, there are societies in England that are having an awfully good time fighting the cigarette. They can't do anything else, so they fight cigarettes. And they say that the cigarette causes lung cancer. And they've -- you've been hearing something of this, I'm sure. Yeah. Not smoking enough will cause lung cancer. Not smoking enough will cause lung cancer! If anybody is getting a cancerous activity in the lung, the probabilities are that it's radiation dosage coupled with the fact that he smokes. And what it does is start to run out the radiation dosage, don't you see. But I'd say that would be better than not running out any of the radiation dosage at all and the number of lung cancer cases which exist, of course, that don't smoke are just forgotten about by these societies, but they are very numerous. Anyway, there's nicotinic acid in that cigarette. Inevitably, on inhalation of tobacco, you will get some of this phenomena of face flush, but in view of the fact that a cigarette isn't pushing its smoke over the outside of the body but on the inside, of course, you run it out internally."

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Posted 19 August 2011 - 07:42 AM

In his very illogical defense of smoking tobacco, Hubbard denied multiple studies over decades in many countries, not just the U.K., confirming that nicotine can cause cancer, not only in the lungs, but in the throat, mouth, tongue, stomach and intestines. He also refused to recognize that those cases of lung cancer in those who do not use tobacco can result from exposure to airborne asbestos, a substance which existed in large quantity on the scientology Freewinds ship.
I find it interesting that he never recanted on that irrational belief. He made an ass out of himself by dismissing fact and reality, but how many of his followers died from cancer or suffered from emphysema as a result of their following his advice?

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 03:28 PM

This artice provides data on the chemical composition in cigarette tobacco and cigarette smoke. Nicotinic acid is not in tobacco or tobacco smoke.
http://www.moh.govt....ettesbrands.pdf
Lunatic Ron Hubbard gave more of his destructive quack advice.




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