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My Big TOE, written by a nuclear physicist in the language of contemporary culture, unifies science and philosophy, physics and metaphysics, mind and matter, purpose and meaning, the normal and the paranormal. The entirety of human experience (mind, body, and spirit) including both our objective and subjective worlds is brought together under one seamless scientific understanding.

Book 2: Discovery

Section 3 develops the interface and interaction between we the people and our digital consciousness reality. It derives and explains the characteristics, origins, dynamics, and function of ego, love, and free will. It derives our larger purpose. Finally, Section 3 develops the psi uncertainty principle as it explains and interrelates psi phenomena, free will, love, consciousness evolution, reality, human purpose, entropy and physics.

Section 4 lays out an operational and functional model of consciousness that further develops the results of Section 3 and supports the conclusions of Section 5. The origins and nature of digital consciousness are described. Our physical universe, our science, and our perception of a physical reality are logically derived. The mind-matter dichotomy is solved as physical reality is directly derived from the nature of digital consciousness.

©2003 Thomas Campbell (P)2003 Thomas Campbell

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  • Diana
  • Antelope Valley, CA, United States
  • 11-27-13

A guidebook to a bigger reality & realization

I'm already on a repeat listen of Discovery. There's too much information to absorb, and as Tom Campbell described once, "It's like drinking from a firehose"

This information on how our reality is constructed, who we are, what is the big picture - including that very large part that most of us aren't aware of, why we are here, how our choices and behavior matter . . . it's important information to me.

When I think, however, of the people in my life that I would like to share this information with, or recommend this book to . . . I realize that this isn't going to be of interest to them. They aren't looking for explanations . . . at least at this time. And, ten years ago when this book first came out . . . I wouldn't have been interested in it.

So, I'd recommend this book to someone who wonders about things, wants to know how things work, thinks about the Who, What and Why of things.

Thankfully, the author is a person who has a good, if slightly wacky, sense of humor and that makes the trek easier and the journey a lighthearted one.

I bought the paperback trilogy, but found it hard to read. The Audible version is delightful because Tom Campbell's voice is intelligent and warm and he tells his corny jokes with no shame whatsoever. He made me laugh and smile at times, but most of the time I just try to keep up and absorb information about Consciousness, Physical Reality, Non-Physical Reality, and why, what and who we are.

The information he provides is very valuable.

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Thought provoking but not an easy read.

Requires patience and the willingness to replay the more challenging concepts. The additional insight is worth it in the end.

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complete!

the first complete toe I've heard, groundbreaking to say the least. binds together physics, metaphysics, philosophy and religion.

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  • Michael
  • Walnut Creek, CA, United States
  • 11-26-13

What a trip - see reviews of Book 1

What a trip!
The second book in the My Big TOE series.
See reviews of book 1.

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Finally, an instruction manual for life!

Insightful, meaty and clearly written!

If you are a searcher of truth, this is loaded with everyday truth!

I have read it 3 times and each time I have received new insight and growth!

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Great book but narration sucks!

It's a truly great book and worth every penny. But the narration is blend and there are a ton of mistakes. The author should not have done the narration.

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If you read the first one you have to read this one! I'm excited for the last one

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Best to bypass this one

He makes a rather big deal cautioning the reader to take his philosophies slow as you read the book and he even suggests that you should not go further until you have absorbed what is being conveyed. He implies that his message is unique and so profound that you should not believe what he says but experience it on your own. I found this book to be quite convoluted as he takes you on complicated twists and turns of the English language when the concept is very simple and should be simply put. It’s almost like he is trying to impress someone with his wisdom. I found nothing here in this first book that was inspirational or enlightening. It was painful to put it mildly.

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  • W.P.
  • Virginia, USA
  • 01-13-18

The Matrix is real

if you marry your life experience with the information presented by Tom in this book then, it will help you/us complete the great circle of life. I know the information in this book is true because I have had other experiences that validate is legitimacy.

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If you are open minded...

It may influence your life and possibilities in surprising ways.
Very personally speaking, I have been searching for this series my whole life.
A theory of everything in its truest possible term....for me. To what extent you would enjoy it there is no way to say. But if you are interested in science and spirituality, I would recommend it.

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  • M
  • 10-05-16

Life changing!

Ever studied Physics and couldn't fathom the reasons for particle duality, entanglement then you need to read this book.