to the Natural Philosophy Alliance
Our former website has been hijacked by hackers, and as a result we had to publish our new website before it could be fully developed. There is still some work to be done as you will notice when you browse certain sections of the website. I encourage you to visit our help section which has answers to some Frequently Asked Questions which we anticipate, such as those regarding the logo and member profile photos and works. Please note that all passwords will need to be reset before logging in and you can do so by clicking on this link. All username and emails are the same ones used to access the former website. Some parts of the website are only visible to members who are logged in, such as the discussion forums. The forums are an ideal place to discuss science and philosophy, but we also have one forum dedicated to NPA Operations, which I expect to be a hot topic among some members today. A Fuze video conference will be announced shortly whereby I will discuss and entertain any questions related to the website.
Thank you for your patience!
Sam Falaki - NPA Internet & Database Comittee
We had to launch our new website prematurely.
We welcome volunteers with the following skills;
- Uploading content
- Categorizing and sorting archives
- WordPress website maintenance
- Website design
- Logo and graphics
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Call for Volunteers
What is the Natural Philosophy Alliance?
The NPA is a global forum for the presentation, discussion and critique of scientific observations, experimentations and theories regarding the structures and processes of our natural physical world. We consider our domain to be that of “natural philosophy” in recognition of the pioneering work by many great philosophers and scientists from the 17th century to our present time who labored to develop a comprehensive understanding of how our natural world operates. And we seek to create an alliance of critical thinkers from diverse scientific disciplines, who through free and open exchange of ideas may most favorably advance our scientific understanding.