That's not a falsification! You have fooled yourself - the experiment is not even valid.
In the experiment above there is no 622 to 780 nm light reaching my eyeball!
You "inverter" replaces 622 to 780 nm light with 495–570 nm light!
So you are no longer testing my "redness", you are now testing my "greenness". Which is PRECISELY as per the prediction I would make.
Which is the prediction that 495–570 nm light is what's causing my "greenness".
Are you familiar with Shannon's model of communication?
Your filter is a noise source - you are violating the "ceteris paribus" principle by adding one to your experiment.
In information security industry we call this problem man in the middle attack.
Brent, you sound really confused. Here is a screenshot from your very own video.
It shows that the mind experiences whatever the inverter is showing. OBVIOUSLY!!!
How could you possible be baffled by such pseudoscience?
Then they are recalling the experience of "redness" from their memories.
That's how computers work. We recall our lived experiences.
The first principle is that you must not fool yourself and you are the easiest person to fool --Richard Feynman
Consciousness is information. More than that I cannot say.