Last updated: May 7, 2023 at 07:22am
As you may have noticed the updates on Be Brilliant are very few and very far between, as I now want the site to be a reference and knowledge base for people who are interested in doing their own research, but need a few pointers on subjects that are interesting to explore.
I first heard about Tom Campbell's work a week ago when I watched a number of interviews on a podcast on YouTube. Tom Campbell is a physicist and consciousness researcher and he's devised a Theory of Everything, which is his version of a unified field theory, i.e. the merging of general relativity and quantum mechanics.
Before starting on the book I decided to watch several of the presentations and interviews that are available on his YouTube channel and I have to say that even though I don't agree with everything he has to say, from what I've seen so far, his model really is quite brilliant. Very simply put and highly condensed, the basic tenets of his theory are: consciousness and free will are fundamental, love is the key, and human beings are here to lower their entropy to improve the quality of their consciousness, i.e. to grow up and evolve, not de-evolve. In my opinion this is especially revelant at this point in human history as the number of so called "adults" who have severe mental health problems, and act like pychotic 2 year olds, seems to be increasing.
Tom Campbell has more than 1000 videos on his YouTube channel and you don't have to be interested in, or know anything about physics to understand what he is trying to convey. The presentation below is a good place to start. Please note that if you have the attention span of a goldfish and the IQ of a box of hair (..in which case you shouldn't even be on my website!) you won't get anything out of it. BUT, as Tom Campbell says on his website, "if you have a logical, open, and inquisitive mind, an attitude of scientific pragmatism that appreciates the elegance of fundamental truth and the thrill of breakthrough, you will enjoy this journey of personal and scientific discovery." I fully agree with this statement.