Current Research by Science Group Members
For an overview of recent progress see Science Between Space and Counterspace by Nick Thomas, New Science Books (Temple Lodge Publications), London, January 1999, ISBN 0 902636 02 3, £17.95. Review by Ron Jarman.
Developments in Nick Thomas' work are also available at his Projective Geometry web site, which includes his contact details and a biographical sketch.
For an overview of Lawrence Edwards' work see The Vortex of Life - Nature's Patterns in Space and Time by Lawrence Edwards, Floris Books, Edinburgh, 1993, ISBN 0-86315-148-5, hb, £19.95 and the various supplements to the book which are available direct from the author at:
Bridgend, Strontian, Acharacle, Argyle, PH36 4JA, Scotland, UK
Review by Douglas Caughill of the The Vortex of Life.
For a biographical sketch of Lawrence Edwards, see Nick Thomas's web site.
Alan Hall's research is on electropollution and methods of avoiding its harmful effects on human beings and living organisms in general. He has drawn a connection between the spread of the effects of electromagnetic radiation and groundwaters. Some of his work is published in Water, Electricity and Health (Hawthorn Press, Stroud. 1997, 1998)
Dr Philip Kilner
Philip Kilner's research is conducted in the context of his capacity as a specialist in the clinical application of nuclear magnetic resonance imaging at the Royal Brompton Hospital. His research interest focuses on using the technique to look at haemodynamics and heart function. He presented some of his work to the Science Group conference at Hawkwood, Stroud in September 1992.