Bruce Lipton and Tom Campbell

December 4, 2012 at 1:19 pm | Posted in Media, Nature, Science | 2 Comments

This summer, MBT Events toured physicist Tom Campbell around the west coast to speak with other cutting edge thinkers and recorded the conversations. In this chat, Dr. Campbell met with epigenetic biologist Bruce Lipton. It was the first time they’d met.

Tom talks a little about set theory and observes that many of the problems of modern science are due to thinking inside a subset. If we recognize consciousness as the superset, then we can derive all subjective experience as well as all physics as subsets of consciousness. As well as addressing many issues, it also makes things like paranormal normal.

“Part of our evolution now is beyond biology, in the evolution of community and networks and information. Does it grow love or does it grow fear? Does it increase separation or bring us together?”
Not typical observations you expect to hear from a scientist.

part 1

part 2


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  1. A friend sent me a link to this review of Tom’s My Big TOE (Theory of Everything) It goes over some of the basic ideas in his large work, a kind of science of consciousness.


  2. […] is a fascinating field. I first heard about it through geneticist Bruce Lipton. At the time it was not an accepted branch of […]


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