Five important features of the MBI
(or Many Bubble Interpretation) given and used in our presentation http://youtu.be/lh0ZF0oDUv8
Firstly, our results are not simply anecdotal. Simply anecdotal results have so often been a problem to those wishing to explain and understand views on consciousness. Our presentation (ref 1) used the Yates Equation which derived from the results of Antel and Haans. and can be repeated by anybody.
Secondly, we have borne carefully in mind the statistical problems. I refer for example to the work of Alex Reinhart (2) which applies to the use of so many medical and fMRI results, where proper statistics are simply ignored or misused by so many authors. Our presentation uses the well known 'Zeeman catastrophe machine' to provide an example of how this can be done to establish a useful starting point, without tangling up the matter in a plethora of p values before doing anything at all. And it also points out how early devices like the Dreammachine have been the easy victim of such statistics as those of Reinhart. At best, much more work would have been required there for satsfactory results.
Thirdly, we have provided a way to resolve basic and serious problems in expensive space research work without going overboard at the start in expensive equipment and procedures.
Fourthly, we have pointed out how our methods expand the ideas the medicinal idea that ideas so far rather scientifically inchoate in detail but quite possibly important in such ideas as "meditation research" as referred to nowadays at Mountain View (3).
Fifthly, without inclusion of the qualities of the human mind as explicated in the JME MacTaggart A series, both the basic logic and the mathematics of the Theory of Mind are woefully incomplete. The MBI resolves this matter. Otherwise, to use any Theory of Mind is like trying to start a car with an empty gasoline tank.
All this is hardly surprising as at this time, there is no real understanding of the mind and brain in modern neuroscience.
(1) 30 minute video at http://youtu.be/lh0ZF0oDUv8
; PDF transcript at http://goo.gl/Do4Hfs
(2) Reinhart A., (2015). "Statistics Done Wrong", http://www.statisticsdonewrong.com/
or Amazon etc
(3) Usual literature and see Baars NJ., Gage NM., (2013), "Cognition, Brain, and Consciousness", 295 et. seq., Academic Press