For those who haven't struggled through the comments on the blog entry below, several things need to be said:
The computer is in no way connected to Scientology, E-Meters, nor to science fiction author Ron Hubbard.
Scientology is a religion, but it is not Todd's preferred religion. I wrongly assumed it was his religion when he announced in a blog comment that the computer 'sounded like a Scientology E-Meter'.
Todd later denied any association with Scientology and explained it's a 'questionable' religion from his point of view, by virtue of the fact movie stars are members of that religion.
But Todd is not a Scientologist, nor am I, nor is that computer pictured below.
Todd and I and our friend the computer in the picture are all equally suspicious of that religion because movie stars belong to it.
I'm also not a Muslim because Arabs believe in it.
I'm not a Latter Day Saint because Mormons believe in it.
I'm not a Lutheran because Germans believe in it.
I'm also not a Christian.
I don't know what religion the computer is.
I'm not a Christian. The computer is not an E-Meter. Todd is not a Scientologist.
All said tongue in cheek. Smile.