Tipler, Edward

Frank Tipler

TiplerSchool of Science and Engineering
305 Gibson Hall
Tulane University
New Orleans, LA 70118

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Publications (a very small sampling): · F. J. Tipler, “God in the Equations,” Nature 369, 198 (1994)
· The Anthropic Cosmological Principle with John D. Barrow, Oxford, ISBN 978-0-19-851949-2.(1986)
·  The Physics of Immortality: Modern Cosmology…,  New York: Doubleday. ISBN 978-0-19-851949-2. (1994)
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First email: Jul 18, 2012, 9:38 PM (Updated-Resent: December 24, 2019)

Dear Prof. Dr. Frank Tipler:

My wife asked me, “Who would you like to meet here in New Orleans?” You may be a bit surprised that I said, “Frank Tipler.” I have two of your books (one with John Barrow) on my shelf.

We had moved into town a few years before just to settle down. We had been traveling the world in search of the best business owners — ethical, transparent, successful, locally generous, and always mentoring — for our television series on PBS-TV stations in the USA. It was called, Small Business School. The show also aired around the world on the Voice of America-TV. It kept us busy for over 14 years, 51+ seasons and 300+  episodes!

From 1972 to 1980, I was actively pursuing studies in the foundations of physics (EPR and Bell-Bohm-Leibniz), then as related to the foundations of theology (Plato, Findlay, Torrance, Farrer). My starting point was to answer, “Can there be a moment of perfection in the quantum world?” I was affiliated with Boston University’s Center for Philosophy & History of Science, Colloquium for Philosophy of Science. I was not a good scholar and my doctoral work floundered so I re-emerge into a business that I had started in 1971.

I’ll provide some references so you can check out some of our more recent work.

Warmly,

Bruce
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Bruce Camber

PS. An overview of rather idiosyncratic work down within the family’s school in River Ridge, just up river from you and before the airport: https://81018.com/home/

Update: We are no longer in New Orleans, but I would welcomed a chance to meet the next time we are in town and a chance to open a dialogue.

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