Consciousness Researcher & Physicist Tom Campbell: Physics Experiments and Discoveries Outside of Physics

Source: Tom Campbell
August 15, 2016

”With the advent of the information age, humanity now has its first opportunity to take a big step into a new paradigm based on caring and cooperation.”

Tom states, “This is a virtual reality.”

“The concept of virtual reality is simple. What makes it ‘hard’ is that it is so contrary to current mainstream beliefs.”

Tom’s My Big TOE derived a basic understanding of the “whys” in physics: In Relativity; why is the speed of light a constant?
In quantum mechanics; why should particles best be described as probability distributions?

Tom will be offering 12 physics experiments (variations of the
Double Slit Experiment), some of which he predicts will verify many of his virtual reality concepts and clarify the way our virtual reality is implemented.

The experiments are geared to show that virtual reality logically explains the “whys” of quantum mechanics – no more non-intuitive “weird science”.

An Interesting aspect to this interview are the scientists mentioned from disciplines other than physics who, through their understanding of quantum mechanics, have come to the same conclusions as Tom’s My Big TOE (theory of everything).

Tom discusses here how the materialists might move forward in this new paradigm with their current research, thus opening up new opportunities.

The talks, institutes, and articles referenced herein are:
Dr Bruce Greyson https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPGZS…
https://med.virginia.edu/perceptual-s…

Dr Donald Hoffman https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYp5X…

Australian National University https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases…

Tom Campbell commenting on ANU’s experiment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_Rwc…

Dr Edward Fredkin (Rebooting the Cosmos) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atMuF…

http://www.mybigTOE.com Tom’s website
http://www.mbtevents.com Tom’s events The Cultural Connection Tour 2017 will take Tom to New Zealand, Australia, India, Germany, and the US.

Interview: Donna Aveni
Edited: Keith Warner