Welcome to the new website of the Scientific and Medical Network

Welcome to the new website of the Scientific and Medical Network

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The Scientific and Medical Network (SMN) is a worldwide professional community and membership organisation for open-minded, rigorous and evidence-based enquiry into themes bridging science, spirituality and consciousness. It promotes a cultural shift in our understanding of reality and human experience beyond the limits imposed by exclusively materialist and reductionist approaches.

We are still in the process of transferring information across to this new site. If you cannot find what you are looking for please use this link to our new Support forum.

If you are a member of the SMN and have renewed your membership in 2016, then you should have received a username and password for this web site. If you have not renewed please use this link to renew or apply for Membership.

Please see our introductory video here.

If you need access to the old SMN website for research purposes, please click here.

Forthcoming Events

Continental Meeting 2016 – Convergent Evolution, Attractors and Love

In 1941 the mathematician Luigi Fantappiè introduced a new type of causality into the explanation of life and evolution. The equations which combine quantum mechanics and special relativity show that, in addition to causality, retrocausality is also an ingredient of our universe. Whereas causality is governed by the law of entropy (diverging tendency), retrocausality is governed by a symmetrical law which leads to the increase of differentiation, complexity and structures. Combining the two Greek words syn=converging and tropos=tendency Fantappiè coined the word syntropy in order to describe the retrocausal action of attractors, the converging tendency of evolution towards a final unifying cause which he named love.

The Silver Road: Reflections on Art as a Healing Process – Susan Michaelson

Susan will give an illustrated talk about her own work as a visual artist and will describe her research and involvement with the SMN network.

The ISIS Crisis – Sheikh Dr Usama Hasan