Foster Gamble, born November 29, 1947 in Cincinnati, Ohio, is the great, great grandson of James Gamble. One of the numerous heirs to the Procter and Gamble corporation, Foster Gamble is the son of David Gibbs Gamble and Priscilla Reed Gamble.
Foster attended high school at the Choate School in Wallingford, Connecticut, before studying at Princeton University. He also trained in Aikido, a third-degree backbelt, and was an instructor for many years and hosted the PBS documentary Aikido - The Way of Harmony.
In 1997 he co-convened the Sequoia Symposium, a multi-disciplinary scientific think tank exploring perspectives on “Unification Theory.”
He also founded the Mindcenter Corporation which holds a patent he developed for an electrode-supporting headset (issued May 29, 1990). Gamble worked at the company, based in Silicon Valley, for seven years.
Married to Kimberly Carter Gamble, the couple founded OmniCenter which later became Clear Compass Media on May 1, 2012. The company filmed Thrive, which was released in 2011 and has been translated to 27 languages and Thrive II which was released September 26, 2020.
Foster Gamble wrote the forward for “Cosmometry: Exploring the HoloFractal Nature of the Cosmos”.
His scientific studies include new physics, cosmology and cosmic geometry which he accredits with directing his interest into discovering ways to access clean and inexpensive (if not free) sources of energy.
Foster has also served on the Board of Directors of Concentric Media, and Anodos Foundation, as well as on the Scientific Advisory Board of the University of Science and Philosophy. Aussiewebmaster (talk) 17:28, 20 December 2020 (UTC)
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