Tom Campbell: The Future of Physics and Humanity





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Uploaded on Jan 5, 2012

Based in research and Thomas Campbell's unique qualifications, My Big TOE is an historic first of its kind.

In this interview, Tom begins with the acceptance of our reality as
informational, and then explains how his particular qualifications helped him to achieve a true Big TOE (Theory of Everything).

Tom responds to a quote from Jacques Vallee (TED talks 11/23/11) that "Consciousness creates the illusion of time and space" with an
engaging discussion on the nature of time and space.

In the next segment he delves into the question of other sentient life
in our universe and beyond.

Tom then proposes that when we accept that this is an information reality (virtual), and the question "what is 'other' " is answered, it will create a kind of mid-life crisis within humanity, but that eventually, "What works, wins".

In the bonus audio that follows, Tom states that "What used to be mysticism will be science" and that those who ask "Wouldn't it be great if science proved that God exists?" should be careful what they wish for.

What kind of shift will 2012 bring?

Tom has excelled as a working scientist, a professional physicist dedicated to pushing back the frontiers of cutting edge technology, large-system simulation, technology development and integration, and complex system vulnerability and risk analysis.

Tom's Site: http://my-big-toe.com
My Big TOE (entire book - free): http://tinyurl.com/26tgwra

Other Digital Physicists and Virtual Reality Theories:

Edward Fredkin's page: http://www.digitalphilosophy.org
Brian Whitworth's http://brianwhitworth.com/
Whitworth's "The Emergence of the Physical World from Information Processing": http://brianwhitworth.com/BW-VRT1.pdf
Whitworth's "The Light of Existence": http://brianwhitworth.com/BW-VRT3.pdf

Nick Bostrom's "Are you Living in a Computer Simulation?": http://www.simulation-argument.com/si...

Other critics of string theory:

Lee Smolin http://www.thetroublewithphysics.com/
Peter Woit http://www.math.columbia.edu/~woit/wo...

Interviewed by Donna Aveni 12/20/11


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