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Physicist and consciousness researcher, Thomas Campbell, Discusses the nature of reality in terms of consciousness -- this video logically and scientifically explains the normal and the paranormal, mind and matter, physics and metaphysics, philosophy and theology.
You can find the book that started it all off on here!
I won't bother mentioning the Matrix films. Silly movies.
I want to know what kind of physics research he does, or has done. Or what his degree is in. Or... really, anything about him other than the fact that he's written some popular-press books about metaphysics.
The only thing that I can find on the web is: 1) promotion for his book, 2) special talks he's done on the topic of consciousness, and 3) a few off-hand remarks stating that he is a physicist... but nothing more.
Where did he get his physics ph.d.? What was his research specialty? What papers has he published in the field of physics? How much peer-reviewed work has he published? Has he written anything other than those books he's always promoting? And so on.
Can you link me directly to his cv, please?
I couldn't find it on his website but a google search got me:
The relevant bit:
Tom Campbell graduated in 1966 with honours and majors in both Mathematics and Physics. A master's degree in Physics was granted by Purdue University in 1968 after which PhD work commenced at the University of Virginia. Tom's specialisation was in experimental nuclear physics and his thesis explored excited states of the NA21 nucleus. He now works part-time as a consultant for NASA within the Aries I program (follow-on to the Shuttle) assessing and solving problems of risk and vulnerability to insure mission and crew survivability and success.
Additional info in this blurb:
reveals the Bachelors in Math and Physics were from Bethany College.
There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in our philosophy.
The problem is, every time they run it, life emerges somewhere and in a couple of billion years it starts rearranging the stars to suit itself.
It's really annoying.
I'm not sure whether calling other posters insane is within the TOS, but I think you might have gotten away with it here by using the conditional tense.
Well. We let a few slip through here and there... Sorry about that.
But physics really is no qualification for metaphysics. Of course there is no qualification for that in any case. It's just whatever sh%^$! you want to make up.
This may be relevant: http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/crackpot.html
Ok, I'll be nice. How about this: The unconscious quantum