Excerpt from the MBT LA Presentation October 2016.
See the following video series MBT LA 2016 for a full presentation.
This lecture by Tom Campbell presents his MBT theory on virtual reality and his proposed variations on the double slit experiment.
The experiments are entirely new variations on the double slit experiment. They are described in a paper entitled On Testing the Simulation Theory which was published in the peer-reviewed International Journal of Quantum Foundations.
You can find more about the current status of these experiments by visiting CUSAC.org
The slides are available for download at MBT LA Slides.
MBT LA 2016 — Parts 1-7:
Saturday: Big TOE Science — The Implications of Virtual Reality
Part 1 (slides 1-8): Introduction, Virtual Reality, Action at a Distance
Part 2 (slides 9-24): Virtual Reality continued, Quantum Mechanics, Double-slit Experiment
Part 3 (slides 25-52: Double-slit Experiment Continued, Proposed Experiments
Part 4: (slides 53-61): Proposed Experiments continued, Chaos Theory, Q & A
Sunday: Life and Love in the Bigger Picture
Part 5: Applications of MBT to Everyday Life
Part 6: Q & A
Part 7: Q & A
We are fortunate. We are living in a time when our basic understanding of reality and of who and what we are is about to make a dramatic and unprecedented change.
Quantum physicist, Anton Zeilinger noted that: “We have had quantum physics around now for nearly 100 years and we are still working at the foundations. And that tells me that when we find it, it will be an absolute revelation. It will be something different from what we have been thinking.”
That absolute revelation is here and it is big. It is logical, experimentally verifiable, and fully relevant to our everyday life.
In this historic lecture series, Tom Campbell presents his variations of the double-slit experiment and calls on the next generation of scientific pioneers to help lead us into a new era of understanding.
“For the first time in history, all the pieces of the puzzle are in place for a major paradigm shift.”
— Tom Campbell
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