derives from the fundamental equations of the universe.
The energy/moment/mass equation E2=m2c4+p2c2
has two solutions for energy: one with positive time and the other with
negative time. Negative time implies that the future can retroact on the
present and on the past. Since the speed of objects is practically zero compared
to that of light (c) Einstein suggested to consider it equal to zero
(p = 0) which brings back to the famous E = mc². But the
discovery of the spin of the electrons, a rotation that has an amount of
motion close to that of the light, forced scientists to use the extended
equation in quantum mechanics, thus obtaining always two solutions:
advanced waves and retarded waves, matter and antimatter. This sparked a
heated debate that ended with the rejection of the negative time solution,
despite the experimental evidences.
In 1941 Luigi Fantappiè, one of the major
mathematicians of the time, working on the mathematical properties of the
two energy solutions, discovered that the positive time solution is
governed by the law of entropy and describes energy that diverges from a
cause, while the negative time solution describes energy that converges
towards an attractor, increasing in complexity, differentiation, structure,
order and is governed by a complementary law to entropy which Fantappiè
called syntropy (combining the Greek terms sin, which means convergent, and
tropos which means tendency).
In the essay “The Unitarian Theory of the
Physical and Biological World” Fantappiè identifies a material/visible
world governed by the law of entropy and an invisible world governed by
syntropy, typical of life.
Syntropy makes it possible to explain the
mysteries of life and quantum mechanics in an elegant way.
Fantappiè failed to provide experimental
evidence to support the syntropy theory, as he was not able to perform
retrocausal experiments. In 2007, Antonella Vannini formulated the
following operative hypothesis: "If life is nourished by syntropy,
the systems that sustain life, such as the autonomous nervous system, must
show retrocausal activations." Within her doctoral research in
cognitive psychology, Antonella has carried out experiments that show a
strong retrocausal activation of
the autonomous nervous system, thus giving experimental support
to the syntropy theory. She also showed that retrocausal effects are
mediated by feelings (associated with the area of the heart) and that the
brain can access this information only minimally: we feel the future, but
we don’t know it.
In her doctoral thesis, Antonella describes
consciousness, the feeling of existing, as an expression of syntropy and
life as a system in between the visible and the invisible, the past and the
future, the head and the heart. The heart feels the future and gives
direction, while the head learns from the past and provides the tools for
action. Both are necessary!
syntropy are the two complementary aspects of energy and can therefore be
represented by using a seesaw
entropy decreases, syntropy increases. Life must always reduce entropy and
increase syntropy. If this doesn’t happen, we have crises, suffering and we
is produced by our activities! How can we remain active and increase
syntropy at the same time? This is the challenge. This is the game of life!
entropy and increasing syntropy it is possible to enhance wellbeing and
wealth and to resolve situations of crisis.
it activates the invisible world of synchronicities, meaningful
coincidences that have a purpose. Wolfgang Pauli showed that there is a
causality invisible to us since it acts from the future.
of synchronicity does not question the notion of causality. It holds that
just as events can be grouped by causes, they can also be grouped by ends
(purposes). Causality acts from the past, while synchronicity acts from the
future. Synchronicity is significant as it leads to goals, giving
direction/meaning to seemingly disconnected events. According to Carl Jung
and Wolfgang Pauli, causality and synchronicity both operate on the same
indestructible energy, united by this energy, but at the same time
complementing each other.