Do you feel that a major scientific revolution is in the making and that it will blossom and bear fruit in the 21st Century? Then you will find congenial spirits in the Alternative Natural Philosophy Association and it in its western chapter ANPA WEST. Many of us believe that a scientific shift, comparable in scope to that which occurred in the Seventeenth Century, has alreadly begun.
ANPA is an interdisciplinary science and philosophy group which employs disiplined thought to reach conclusions. Our backgrounds vary from computer science, logic, particle physics and cosmology through quantum physics and molecular biology to technology transfer strategies.
Our parent organization was founded in Cambridge, England, in the fall of
1979, at the suggestion of Pierre
Noyes , Clive Kilmister, and Ted Bastin. The first meeting was held at Clive's "Red Tiles Cottage " near
Lewes, near Tom Paine's birthplace. Joined later by Frederick Parker-Rhodes and John Amson, fifteen
meetings were intially held at Cambridge, and now annual meetings are held at Cambridge and Stanford Universities.