in Tony Ortega's Bunker.
This won't answer Tony Ortega's questions, which are probably rhetorical anyway, but it may give someAnd finally, Scientology has invented a new unit of time! We can’t wait to find out what it is!
Do they call it a “hubbard”? Maybe a hubbard is the amount of time it takes for the ideal regging cycle to
be completed. As in, “It took me a couple of hubbards, but I finally got his check. And it didn’t bounce!”
Tell us your own theories — what might the Scientologists call this new unit of time, and how long
does it last?
insight into what is behind the use of the term, "New Unit of Time Event." In Scientology training routines
(TRs) when a person fails at doing something they are to repeat what they have failed "in a new unit of
time." An action is to be done over "in a new unit of time" when it has failed to produce the desired result.
I interpret the statement "New Unit of Time Event" as an admission of prior failure at achieving the
ordered fund raising target and that the event will essentially repeat the action that failed exactly as
it was previously performed, except that it will now be done, "in a new unit of time."
This brings to mind this statement:
"Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results."