CONTRIBUTOR Ulisse Di Corpo
“In 1905 Albert Einstein added momentum to the energy/mass E=mc2 equation obtaining his equation for Special Relativity:
E2 = p2c2 + m2c4
(where E is energy, m is mass, p momentum and c the constant of the speed of light)
But since this equation is quadratic, it must always have two solutions: one positive and one negative. The positive or forward-in-time solution describes energy that diverges from a cause. The negative solution describes energy that diverges backward-in-time from a future cause. This was considered an unacceptable solution since it implies retrocausality, which means that an effect occurs before its cause. The mathematical properties of the backward-in-time solution are energy concentration, an increase in differentiation and complexity, a reduction of entropy, the formation of structures and an increase in order and information. These are the properties of life that biologists are not able to explain in the classical forward-in-time way.”http://www.ulissedicorpo.it
Ulisse Di Corpo holds a degree in psychology and in experimental psychology, Ph.D. in statistics and social research. He works in the field of social research and provides methodological support and software tools to researchers. In 1977 he developed the vital needs theory and since then he has been working on the law of syntropy.
In April 1977, at the age of 18, not knowing about Fantappiè’s works, I formulated the entropy / syntropy hypothesis just few months before enrolling to University. Suddenly, as it often happens, I had a simple…Read More...