- Soliciting nominations for seats on NPA Board of Directors
February 21, 2014
The NPA Board of Directors is soliciting nominations to fill open board seats. NPA By-laws provide that any General Member (current dues paid) may submit a self-nomination that must include information concerning the nominee’s: a) scientific, technical, management and leadership … Continue reading
- Response to Steven Bryant (January 5, 2014)
- Statement by the NPA Board of Directors regarding recent controversy (January 5, 2014)
- Thunderbolts Project announces Innovative Experiment Prizes (November 23, 2013)
- Soliciting nominations for seats on NPA Board of Directors (November 19, 2013)
- NPA-20 Highlights (July 15, 2013)
This Week: Nothing scheduled
Saturday, May 17, 2014: Time: 07:00 AM - 09:00 AM (U.S. Pacific time) 22 days 9 hours from now
Saturday, May 24, 2014: Time: 07:00 AM - 09:00 AM (U.S. Pacific time) 29 days 9 hours from now
Photos from NPA 20 by Hans Strupat:
The Natural Philosophy Alliance (NPA) is devoted mainly to broad-ranging, fully open-minded criticism, at the most fundamental levels , of the often irrational and unrealistic doctrines of modern physics and cosmology; and to the ultimate replacement of these doctrines by much sounder ideas developed with full respect for evidence, logic, and objectivity. Such reforms have long been urgently needed; and yet there is no area of scholarship more stubbornly censorial, and more reluctant to reform itself.
Reigning paradigms in physics and cosmology have for many decades been protected from open challenge by extreme intolerance, excluding debate about the most crucial problems from major journals and meetings.
But the founding of the NPA in 1994 provided those struggling against this irrationality and intolerance with the strength, visibility, and credibility that comes from numbers and from collaborative, purposeful effort. It has also enabled them to share, expand, and refine their individual knowledge through contact with many other critical scholars, at NPA general meetings--held at least once per year since 1994--first by phone, mail, then email and now by the internet, video conferences and once-a-year traditional conferences.