I'm not sure we can say that the life review process of an nde is a feedback loop in such a literal/ materialistic way.
Well true, the life review feedback loop is obviously a step or two in complexity above the PID loop in the cruise control on your vehicle, but feedback loops are an essential element of consciousness and stacking feedback loops is an element of "advanced consciousness", and if we view the life review as a feedback loop then that implies the soul that spawned the life is trying to get better at something and the only way to get better at something is with feedback before trying again.
And it explains why there is such a variety of contradictory information coming back from it... not everyone was spawned from the same soul with the same goals. Maybe at some higher higher higher level we are all one with the One who is one, but as that filters down through the layers it becomes varied.
And it also fits nicely with the concepts I grew up with of "sin" and "the refiner's fire"... the idea that we are striving to hit the mark but we fall short (sin - as in an arrow falling short of the target) in various ways. The idea that we are being tried, tested, refined and this only comes about through challenge and through cutting off that which fails and promoting that which succeeds.
again, I appreciate the caution that gregory shushan shows when pressed on the moral imperative question. I think we have to acknowledge not only that we don't know, but that there's a hell of a lot of contradictory information coming back.
And this isn't even incorporating in nelson's skepticism regarding the contamination of experiences and these extended realms :)
Like I said: you're judged in your life review by your soul's goals which aren't necessarily the same for all souls. And then presumably the souls are judged by a higher set of goals... until somewhere up there we get to the ultimate moral imperative.