At a Senior C/S conference in 1995, COB hinted at a new interpretation of F/Ns in the works when he told attendees, “You guys have been falsifying F/Ns all over the place. What's more, we not only know you do it, we have the remedy."
That remedy was released a few months later as part of the Golden Age of Tech. Through leading questions and cherry-picked definitions of key words, students were, for the first time since the development of the meter, led to the understanding that a real F/N must swing at least three times.
This definition does not occur anywhere in LRH materials. If it did, the thousands of auditors who had studied and word-cleared LRH’s definition since 1978 would have already come to this understanding on their own.
None ever did.