The Pendulum of Dynamic Interactions

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In this paper, we present evidence to show that the dynamics of rigid solid bodies is not a closed discipline, particularly in the field of rotational dynamics. From the observation of bodies with intrinsic rotation in our universe, our research group proposes new dynamic hypotheses that explain the behaviour observed when these bodies are subject to new simultaneous non-coaxial rotations. A new gyroscopic conical pendulum was designed for this purpose. Experimental tests initially conducted with this new gyroscopic conical pendulum were repeated for their recording on video, which accompanied this paper for better understanding thereof. These experimental tests positively confirm the new Theory of Dynamic Interactions, and its dynamic laws, which help us to understand the behaviour of this pendulum and, in general, that of the baryonic mass when it is subject to non-coaxial simultaneous rotations. It thus provides a better understanding of the nature and the dynamic behaviour of our universe.

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Cano, J (2015) The Pendulum of Dynamic Interactions. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, 3, 1186-1198. doi: 10.4236/jamp.2015.39146.

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