Thursday, February 25, 2010

Targ’s notes from My Big Toe (Theory Of Everything), by Thomas Campbell

I just spent a weekend with Thomas Campbell, who is a physicist working with NASA at Huntsville. He has written a big, 800 page book called "My Big Toe," a theory of everything. He has a number of interesting and original ideas in our various fields of interest, which I have summarized below for your entertainment.
Warm regards,

Targ’s notes from My Big Toe (Theory Of Everything), by Thomas Campbell
Weekend workshop, Campbell, Calif., February 20-21, 2010

  • Theory and experience are both necessary for understanding. 
  • We live in a Reality, based on Physics and Matter, PMR 
  • Don’t just pay attention to the stage and the sets, there are also people. 
  • Notice the big picture. 
  • The relationship of physical reality to consciousness is fundamental. 
  • There is no objective reality. Everything is statistical. Bit to it. (John Wheeler) 
  • Reality is a digital simulation. Consciousness is information. [Empty of meaning] 
  • The purpose of consciousness is to lower its entropy and become love. 
  • Growth is essential. Evolve or die. 
  • A form of nonphysical energy exists, capable of changing itself. 
  • Consciousness is a form of nonphysical energy. Assumption One. 
  • It is not possible to describe the superset in terms of the subset. Assumption Two. 
  • [You can learn Word, but you have no access to the operating system.] 
  • Our purpose is to learn the rule set [the organizing principles] for the system. 
  • It is hard to make “the system” serve your ego, since that is not its purpose. 
  • The system wants to reduce entropy [and increase coherence]. 
  • [This can be done, but it requires energy.] 
  • Consciousness will inform quantum mechanics when consciousness is understood. 
  • Consciousness is outside of space and time. 
  • Love lowers ones entropy promoting health. 
  • Fear increases entropy, chaos tears the self apart creating illness. 
  • Ghosts, little people, and UFOs all are in an alternate reality outside of space and time. 
  • Data is spread all over the hard drive, like David Bohm’s implicate order. 
  • Our intention modifies the probability of events!

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Remote Viewing Group Update

One of our group regulars, Scott, gave a great presentation on the relationship between Local Sidereal Time and Remote Viewing at our recent meeting. He presented the studies that have occurred over the years regarding the phenomenon and related issues, and Scott also discussed some of the theories as to why the relationship between the stars in the sky and our ESP on the ground occurs. It was fascinating, and of course initiated a great deal of discussion within the group. We also did a remote viewing session for a target Scott provided, and we had a good time discussing the processes we use to get target data.

Our next meeting will be Wednesday March 10th at 7pm in the Tanous Library there at the RRC. This will be mere days before the center hosts Russell Targ, one of pioneers in the Remote Viewing research and applications field. Both events will be a thrill to anyone interested in Remote Viewing.