For the vast majority of people on CPR nobody has an EEG around.
I'm not sure how you could design a tighter study unless people are recruited because they might end up having
cardiac arrest. But that would bring into consideration ethical as well as moral considerations.
Does this mean we accept studies that are less strigent? This study was started in 2008 so I wouldn't think it wouldn't qualify as a pilot study.
This study bring up lots of questions on so many levels that have nothing to do with the supernatural.
If anyone finds any critiques about this study, please post them. So far, I can't find any but I've just started looking.