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[escepticos] RV: Syntropy

Seguro que os encanta esto, aunque sea para almacenarlo en la base de datos
de palabras tontas. Bien pensado, en un mundo en el que la gente se pirra
por decir cosas como sinergia no sé por qué no podemos vender ahora la
sintropía. :-)
Sintrópicos saludos,

javier armentia
PD- la pena es que el enlace a mí no me ha funcionado y me he quedado con
las ganas de ver cómo funciona eso de invertir las flechas del tiempo.
From: Ulisse Di Corpo <ulisse.dc en tiscalinet.it>
To: <Undisclosed.Recipients en tiscalinet.it>
Sent: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 8:59 AM
Subject: Syntropy

I have put on the WEB page WELCOME.TO/SYNTROPY, the book Syntropy which I
wrote in 1996 and have now translated into English.

Syntropy is a work of fiction which tells about the birth of a new vision of
life, in which science and religion, the material and the spiritual worlds
are unified.

The term Syntropy was coined by Luigi Fantappié, one of the major Italian
mathematicians, in 1942 when he presented the unified theory of the physical
and biological world. This theory was published in 1944 in a volume which
describes the existence of a level which is symmetrical to entropy. Shortly
after von Bertalanffy, father of the General System Theory, showed the
existence of the neg-entropy and Ilya Prigogine of the thermodynamics of
dissipative systems. Fantappié started from principles of the relativistic
and quantistic physics to show that the equation of D'Alembert, which
governs the propagation of waves, could be solved in two ways: delayed
potentials and anticipated potentials. Delayed potentials describe waves
diverging from a source located in the past. Anticipated potentials describe
waves converging towards a source located in the future. Physicists had
recognized only the delayed potentials, as they had a clear causal
significance, while the anticipated potentials were not considered to exist
in nature. Fantappié showed that the anticipated potentials correspond to a
new type of phenomena, which he called syntropic. These phenomena were
identified with life, whereas the delayed potentials, corresponding to the
physical and chemical phenomena, are entropical. Fantappié showed that all
entropical phenomena are determined by diverging waves, with a cause in the
past, while the syntropical phenomena follow converging waves attracted by
sources located in the future. Heddington stated that entropy forces time to
move from the past to the future, Feyman and Fantappié (1949) showed that
syntropy inverts the arrow of time, and lets information move from the
future to the past. When the system follows only the diverging entropical
waves we have a mechanical system, which works according to the principles
of cause-effect, determined by the past. When the system follows the laws of
converging syntropic waves, the signs of the equations change and we have a
living system, which tends towards the future, moved by the future.

The introduction of syntropy leads science to a revolution which is
comparable to that of Galileo. Unifying physics, chemistry and biology it
broadens science to include those topics which were the competence of
religion and metaphysics.

With best regards,

Ulisse Di Corpo