In reply to grimertop90, AF 632 actually DOES mean 632 years after Ford mass-produced the motor car.
Apr 12 2013, 9:53 PM
AF 214 does not refer to 23 years after Ford's first T-Model was put on the market.
23 years after Ford's first T-model only refers to the case of Little Reuben--when hypnopædia was first DISCOVERED.
When they say "Hypnopædia, first used officially in A.F. 214. Why not before? Two reasons. (a) ...", 'used' is not the same as 'discovered'.
In that quote and the text following they suggest that it a very long time between the time the technique was discovered and the time it was successfully implemented. AF 214 does not refer to 23 years after the T-Model (the year of discovery), but rather the long time afterwards to the year hypnopædia was first used for moral education (as opposed to the intellectual education researchers were attempting before).
The timeline suggested on that page is that hypnopædia was discovered 23 years after T-Model (AD 1931). After its discovery, experimenters tried to use it for intellectual education, which failed terribly. Then after decades, in AF 214 (AD 2122), experimenters finally used it with moral education, and found it a success, which is why it is considered when it was first officially used.
Again going back to the quote. Why was hypnopædia not officially used before AF 214? The question had two answers, neither of which was because hypnopædia was not yet discovered since of course one wouldn't be able to use something that was not yet discovered, thus AF 214 cannot refer to 23 years after the T-Model.