Tom Campbell's Center for the Unification of Science
The Center for the Unification of Science and Consciousness (CUSAC) is a Not For Profit 501 (c)( 3) corporation with a goal of creating the largest, most positive, paradigm shift humanity has ever experienced. Its vision is to unify physics and metaphysics, the normal and the supernormal, as well as fully understand the connection between mind and matter. All this will be accomplished within an overarching science of consciousness. Much of the fundamental scientific work has already been accomplished and within the next several decades it is likely that a clearly defined path (that passes directly through physics) will begin slowly moving toward the actualization of CUSAC’s vision. In June of 2018, CUSAC raised 236,000 US Dollars via a Kickstarter Campaign, but this will only partially fund the initial necessary steps. The first step is to provide resources to perform (by a top quality university) five quantum physics experiments that have the potential to completely rewrite science in general, and physics in particular, by building evidence that reality is information based rather than space-matter-charge based – a new paradigm that is daily becoming more and more supported within university physics departments worldwide.
The unification of science, epistemology, ontology, Cosmology, and consciousness
To create a center around which physical, biological, and neuro scientists can effectively collaborate with consciousness researchers, philosophers, and others who have a contribution to make toward the actualization of the collective vision and mission outlined by these statements. To fully understand and experimentally confirm the logical consequences of an information-based reality. To extend the reach of science into the realm of subjective experience, thus unifying mind, and matter within an over-arching understanding of consciousness. To develop fundamental knowledge and understanding, of both the self and the system, that enables, encourages, and facilitates individuals to shed fear, self-centeredness, and belief to become more cooperative, caring, and compassionate in their interactions with others (that is, to evolve, and thus improve, the quality of their consciousness) through rigorous scientific investigation of both physical reality and consciousness.
For the past forty years, Tom has been focused on scientifically exploring the properties, boundaries, and abilities of consciousness. His books, videos and workshops have reached millions of people around the world and have changed lives and opened eyes to a new way of thinking about reality: a new way of understanding physics, and a new way of understanding who, what and why we are. His model of reality represents a big picture perspective that unites the objective and subjective worlds of mind and matter, physics and metaphysics, normal and paranormal, secular and religious…. and leads to both a better, more comprehensive physics and a more peaceful, giving, and loving approach to life.
The MBT trilogy combines his work as a large complex systems analyst and as an explorer of the large complex system we call reality to conclude that LOVE is the fabric of our reality.
Tom's statement “If it is not your experience, it is not your truth” highlights the message that he wishes to impart, encouraging everyone to engage with their own experiences, to learn and to evolve.
Thanks to a recent Kickstarter campaign, we have so far raised over $235,000 in pledges and funding that will help Tom and a team of carefully selected scientists to conduct a set of unique quantum mechanics experiments that will forever change the way we view consciousness, reality, and yourself.
The experiments to be conducted are entirely new variations on the double slit experiment. They are fully described in a paper entitled On Testing the Simulation Theory which was recently published in the peer-reviewed International Journal of Quantum Foundations. In addition to funding the experiments, we are also hoping to raise enough money for a few other related endeavors, such as the filming of a documentary about the conducting of these experiments.
We hope you will join Tom on this journey and be a part of history!