Tom Campbell | Shedding Light on the Speed of Light: The Implications of Variances, February 20, 2014


In this audio interview, Tom Campbell shares his insights on the recorded variances in the speed of light discovered by Dr. Rupert Sheldrake (Science Set Free) when examining official records in the London Patent Office.

Tom explores why and how the speed of light, presented by mainstream science as an unshakeable constant, might actually change. Tom explains the implications of this information on our existence in reference to quantum mechanics, technology, the probability of travel to other universes, and its relation to human evolution and purpose.

Tom Campbell is a Large Complex Systems Analyst and consultant for NASA as well as an explorer of the realms of Consciousness. His research and expertise in both fields has continued for more than forty years. He is the only known physicist to have simultaneously excelled at analyzing both large complex systems as a physicist and exploring the large complex system we call reality. These unique abilities led him to derive a Big TOE from outside the box of mainstream physics.

 Notable quotes by Tom from this interview:
"Consciousness is the Computer, Dr Fredkin!"
"Virtual Reality is becoming acceptable physics."
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