## Data Series

Reference: Subject: Logic

I have admired three valuable contributions of Scientology the most. These are The Phoenix Lectures, the Study technology, and the Data Series. I was trained on the Data Series Course supervised by L. Ron Hubbard’s wife, Mary Sue Hubbard on Flagship Apollo in 1973. Later I word cleared and crammed Flag executives on these materials. In this document, I shall be listing the original Data Series Policy Letters.

NOTE: DS = Data Series; DS 1 = Data Series #1

0. Overview: The Logic of Data Series

1. Data Series #1: The Anatomy of Thought
2. Data Series #2: Logic
3. Data Series #3: Breakthroughs
4. Data Series #4: Data and Situation Analyzing
5. Data Series #5: Information Collection
6. Data Series #6: Data Systems
7. Data Series #7: Familiarity
8. Data Series #8: Sanity
9. Data Series #9: Errors
10. Data Series #10: The Missing Scene
11. Data Series #11: The Situation
12. Data Series #12: How to Find and Establish an Ideal Scene
13. Data Series #13: Irrationality
14. Data Series #14: Working and Managing
15. Data Series #15: Wrong Target
16. Data Series #16: Investigatory Procedure
17. Data Series #17: Narrowing the Target
18. Data Series #18: Summary of Out-Points
19. Data Series #19: The Real Why
20. Data Series #20: More Outpoints
21. Data Series #21: Data Series Auditing
22. Data Series #22: The Why is God
23. Data Series #23: Proper Format and Correct Action
24. Data Series #24: Handling—Policy, Plans, Programs, Projects and Orders Defined
25. Data Series #25: Learning to Use Data Analysis
26. Data Series #26: Length of Time to Evaluate
27. Data Series #27: Supplementary Evaluations
28. Data Series #28: Checking Evals
29. Data Series #29: Outpoints, More
30. Data Series #30: Situation Finding
31. Data Series #31: Final Targets
32. Data Series #32: Target Troubles
33. Data Series #33: Evaluation, Criticism of
34. Data Series #34: Situation Correction
35. Data Series #35: Eval Correction
36. Data Series #36: Envisioning the Ideal Scene
37. Data Series #37: Whys Open the Door
38. Data Series #38: Pluspoint List
39. Data Series #39: Who-Where Finding
40. Data Series #40: The Ideal Org
41. Data Series #41: Evaluation
42. Data Series #42: Date Coincidence
43. Data Series #43: Evaluations and Programs
44. Data Series #44: Super Evaluation
45. Data Series #45: Examining Resources
46. Data Series #46: The Ideal Ideal Scene
47. Data Series #47: Cancellation
48. Data Series #48: Data Series PLs, Use of
49. Data Series #49: Execution of Evaluations
50. Data Series #50: Out of Sequence
51. Data Series #51: Perpetuating an Order
52. Data Series #52: Facts
53. Data Series #53: Outnesses
54. Data Series #54: Evaluation

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• Chris Thompson  On July 10, 2022 at 8:50 AM

Agreed. This is the writing of people who were really trying.

Years ago, as we were discussing “inconsistencies” as a way to ferret out illogics, I wrote that “consistencies” were also useful when studying logic.

I think that if we consider the pluspoint list from #38 above, we can better see and understand what I was talking about.

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• vinaire  On July 10, 2022 at 9:00 AM

Of Course, I understood you in these terms only.

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• vinaire  On July 10, 2022 at 10:50 AM