Was speaking with an Aussie mate a couple of months ago who felt the need to create an unauthorized biography on David Miscavage, something that has never been done. I thought the idea was brilliant and timely because many of the people that were around him have died or are ill, and as time goes on, details will be lost. But it got me to thinking, What are all the elements that would create a true, accurate and unbiased history? The blogs are great, but you can literally spend a year studying them, it is not an efficient way of communicating a complete picture. Perhaps the major benefit of such a history is to document the evils of the past so that they can be avoided again. Another use for this would be for people that still want to use the tech, or are pro tech, that have no idea what really went on. Most of these, if you really talk with them and understand where they are at admit that different parts of the tech are preferred or loved, and others they have questions on. What was happening in Hubbard s life when he wrote the Flag Orders on RPF? When the intel bureaus were built, what was going on in Hubbard s life, and what was going on in the COS? How did his illness and injuries from his motor cycle accident and subsequent medication effect change in the organization and tech? Curious as thoughts of what biographies and what specific chapters of history, events, and perspectives should be captured.