LRH makes it clear that, in order for training stats to crash, there has to be rampant out-tech in the orgs:
"If an area is let go too long without good tech, its auditors fade away.
…IF TRAINING IN AN AREA IS OF POOR QUALITY… AN AREA WILL SOON HAVE NO AUDITORS."
Flag Bureaux Data Letter 69
Tech Delivery Situation
28 March 1971
(OEC Vol. 4, p. 148)
"Good Academies are full of students. Poor ones are empty. This is always true of Academies."
HCO P/L 17 September 1962R
An Arrangement of the Academy
(OEC Vol. 4, p. 599)
"The public stays away from orgs in droves which alter technology.
It shies off from congresses, etc., which have technology on a via."
HCO Executive Letter of 1 September 1964
Technical Lectures by Other Personnel
(OEC Vol. 7, p. 1191)
"Bad tech makes it almost impossible to get pcs or students in."
HCO P/L 29 May 1961 Issue I
KSW Series 3, Quality and Admin in Central
(OEC Vol. 0, p. 18)
"You have only one big stable datum:
IF IT ISN'T WORKING, IT IS BEING VARIED."
HCOB 20 May 1969
Keeping Dianetics Working in an Area
(Tech Vol. VIII, p. 415)
"Abandonment of standard tech in favor of unusual solutions.
This is always present when a collapse of Tech occurs."
HCO P/L 10 Feb 1966R Issue 2
(OEC Vol. 4. p. 1087)