Here we have to remind ourselves once again that viewers basically have no idea about the nature of the task. Whether the “target” of a session is, for example, a structure, a person, or an event, only the tasker knows, and under certain circumstances the monitor – never the viewer itself. This only uses the method to collect data and to write it down as free of evaluations and interpretations as possible.
Despite all the sophistication of the method, some uncertainty will remain in the application of this technique. That’s why we’re humans and we’re caught in the limitations of our model. We generally assume that with careful application and evaluation of the protocols we use, around 80% of the data that we transmit is correct.