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FLOATING NEEDLE AND TA POSITION MODIFIED - 2 DECEMBER 1980

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HCO BULLETIN OF 2 DECEMBER 1980

FLOATING NEEDLE AND TA POSITION MODIFIED

This bulletin carries further the data given in HCOB 10 Dec. 76RB C/S Series 99RB Rev. 25.5.80 Scientology F/N And Ta Position and modifies but does not cancel all HCOBs that men¬tion having to have the TA between 2.0 and 3.0 before the F/N can be considered valid, including:

HCOB 21 Oct. 68R Rev. 9.7.77 FLOATING NEEDLE
HCOB 7 May 69R V Rev. 15.7.77 FLOATING NEEDLE
HCOB 21 Apr. 71RC Rev. 25.7.78 C/S Series 36RC DIANETICS
HCOB 24 Oct. 71RA Rev. 25.5.80 FALSE TA
HCOB 15 Feb. 72R Rev. 26.1.77 FALSE TA ADDITION 2
HCOB 23 Nov. 73RB Rev. 25.5.80 DRY AND WET HANDS MAKE FALSE TA
HCOB 8 June 70 LOW TA HANDLING
HCOB 13 June 70 II HUBBARD CONSULTANT STUDY STRESS ANALYSIS
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Some recent tests I conducted have shown that a floating needle is a floating needle re-gardless of tone arm position.
This changes an earlier belief that, in order to be valid, the tone arm had to be between 2.0 and 3.0 for it to be called a floating needle.
Carefully examining dozens of F/Ns which occurred with the TA well above 3.0 and look¬ing for any troubles with the case following calling the F/N an F/N, I found that there were no adverse consequences.
Therefore, it can be safely assumed that a floating needle is a floating needle regardless of where the tone arm position may be. It should be called, indicated and written as an F/N, with the TA noted.
Palm moisture, pc grip and other factors alter the TA position but not the F/N. The auditor must also be prepared to handle and handle false TA and nothing in this finding changes handling.
Tone arm positions register the relative mass of the case and nothing in this finding changes that. There are low TA cases and high TA cases and the state of the TA remains impor-tant and all data regarding TA positions are valid.
An ARC break needle (an F/N accompanied by bad indicators) remains an ARC break nee¬dle and nothing in this finding changes that. It must be handled. (One ordinarily checks for an ARC break in this case.)
This finding about TA position and F/Ns has been corrected earlier. This present issue car¬ries it further, based on very thorough recent testing. There are apparently no liabilities of any kind in calling high and low TA F/Ns F/Ns.

L. RON HUBBARD
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