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October 15, 2012    
 
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Product Debug Course enables a person to debug the production of any product. Students learn how to use the Debug Checklist, False Data Stripping, and Crashing MU Finding.

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This is an administrative course which would be good for people who have their own business or who run any kind of an organization. I also see it as a good tool for parents. It makes you more aware of observing what is in front of you, and also what is not visible. In other words, what is missing or hidden is as important (or more important) than what is observable. The debug checklist is something you learn to really use, and it is awesome. You can even use that checklist without a meter to find someone's area of distress in life, or one's own. I have had good success with it, and it applies to all of life. Think of how it feels to untangle a super snagged fishing line-- but with ease.

I am able to ask questions and think 'outside the box' instead of accepting false data or wrong explanations for events.
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Reviewed by Jewel1 November 13, 2012
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PRODUCT DEBUG COURSE

This is an administrative course which would be good for people who have their own business or who run any kind of an organization. I also see it as a good tool for parents. It makes you more aware of observing what is in front of you, and also what is not visible. In other words, what is missing or hidden is as important (or more important) than what is observable. The debug checklist is something you learn to really use, and it is awesome. You can even use that checklist without a meter to find someone's area of distress in life, or one's own. I have had good success with it, and it applies to all of life. Think of how it feels to untangle a super snagged fishing line-- but with ease.

I am able to ask questions and think 'outside the box' instead of accepting false data or wrong explanations for events.

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Independent Scientologist

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Pros
The information regarding the debug tech is invaluable in life because wrong reasons ('whys') for things are given as explanitions by people all the time. If you know the system of how to find correct 'whys', then you can get to the truth of anything.
Cons
The course needs to have a full blown separate internship with it. There is a lot of information and tons of application drills, but you need to be somewhere that you can really apply the information fully. The course supervisor really needs to be on the ball in finding you proper opportunites. An internship should be added so a person can perfect all the skills needed. Also, it is best if you are a classed auditor so that you can take someone all the way through eaach step of the checklist.

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In theory Debug Tech looks great. I had a few wins using it, especially the inspection step of the Debug which seemed to yield fruit quite quickly if one dug in and didn't gloss over it "to get at the meaty stuff." I must have done several hundred hours of False Data Stripping, both giving and receiving. I quite liked FDSing, and had some good wins at it. In my courseroom at ITO it was quite normal for the students to star-rate and drill the issue and FDS each other in the courseroom. Sometimes I would need to step in, but it always seemed to resolve by applying the issue exactly afrter the student had skipped something. I didn't have the same wins at all with Crashing Mis-U Finding, and thought the bulletin was overstated as to its usefulness.
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Reviewed by Paul Adams November 10, 2012
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Useful for cramming officers!

In theory Debug Tech looks great. I had a few wins using it, especially the inspection step of the Debug which seemed to yield fruit quite quickly if one dug in and didn't gloss over it "to get at the meaty stuff." I must have done several hundred hours of False Data Stripping, both giving and receiving. I quite liked FDSing, and had some good wins at it. In my courseroom at ITO it was quite normal for the students to star-rate and drill the issue and FDS each other in the courseroom. Sometimes I would need to step in, but it always seemed to resolve by applying the issue exactly afrter the student had skipped something. I didn't have the same wins at all with Crashing Mis-U Finding, and thought the bulletin was overstated as to its usefulness.

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ex-Scientologist

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Pros
Useful for learning all the little bits of Hubbard's Debug Tech. Debug Tech can be useful, especially the first inspection steps. False Data Stripping is pretty neat sometimes, and can even be used to FDS bits of Scientology itself. FDSing can easily be learned outside this course.
Cons
Crashing Mis-U Finding seems to be overstated as to its usefulness.

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