Opening Procedure by Duplication First Postulate
PAB No. 69 "Six Levels of Processing Issue 7"
HCO Operational Bulletin No. 1, 20 October 1955
Certainty, November 1955
Tape: 5511HF09 HPC-2 "The Six Levels of Modern Auditing"
HCO Operational Bulletin No. 4, 11 November 1955
The new one is a First Postulate thing and this particular process here is built on the supposition that a curious thing has happened already, that you have flattened Waterloo Station on your viewer.
Flattening Waterloo Station would actually consist of the individual being able to know about or not know at will. And these commands given here on the sheet assume that the individual is no longer troubled by your telling him to simply not-know something.
"Do you see that book."
"Walk over to it."
"Pick it up."
"Tell me something you can not-know about its color."
"Tell me something you can not-know about its temperature."
"Tell me something you can not-know about its weight."
Put it down in exactly the same place.
Repeat with the bottle.
Run the process until a realization occurs, or an ability is regained.
These commands assume that the individual is no longer troubled by your telling him to simply not-know something.