I'm very distressed to see that Wikipedia have also failed to present the status of two other prominent MBA Laureates, Dr Susan Blackmore, see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susan_Blackmore , and Prof. Richard Wiseman, see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Wiseman . The MBA emerged out of the perennial and intriguing question of what happens to a person when they die. Do we just stop existing when our body does? Or is there an Afterlife of some kind; heaven, hell etc? The answer is, of course, that there is no Afterlife of any kind because the mind and consciousness is simply the by-product of electrochemical activity in the brain and so when we die our consciousness ceases to exist forever. The reason people believe in Life-After-Death is simply because the prospect of ceasing to exist is unbearable and so humanity has concocted a mental safety-net to survive psychologically...
But... BUT… Some people can face it! Some people have the courage, the fortitude, and general SUPERIORITY to face that reality... HEAD ON! They're EXTREMELY SUPERIOR people... And so I thought that they're valour, bravery, pragmatism and general GLORY... should be recognized. And so I devised the Materialist Bravery Award to honour them.
See here for background: http://hpanwo-tv.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/dr-peter-fenwick-mba-destroyer.html
Obviously it's completely wrong to edit Wikipedia willy-nilly without the consent of the page's subject, and I would strongly advise against anybody doing so, but if somebody... whoever it might be... happens to amend the information therein to include the subject's MBA status, I would not be overwhelmed with righteous indignation.