Camber, Bruce

Bruce Camber
Center for Perfection Studies
Big Board-little universe Project
A Highly-Integrated View of the Universe
Quiet Expansion
Small Business School
500 East Fourth Street #484
Austin, Texas 79701

Bruce Camber is an occasional resource teacher and speaker for high school geometry students in need of an introduction to Plato’s solids. Bruce is also a co-founder of Small Business School, the television series that aired on PBS-TV throughout the USA and on the Voice of America around the world (1994-2012). Much earlier, he was an advisor at IBM’s Watson Labs and an independent consultant for the IBM chairman, Lou Gerstner.  In his earlier research, he focused on the mind-body problem, the subjectobject problem, the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen thought experiment and paradox, and Bell’s Inequality principle. In 1979 at MIT he organized a display project of 77 leading-living scholars who addressed the question, “What is life?” from within the first principles of their disciplines. Scholars were represented from all the major disciplines on campus. Here for the first time he used the terms, small scale for ontology, human scale for epistemology and large scale for cosmology and astrophysics.

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