Under what circumstances can the dynamic hypotheses proposed in the book The Flight of the Boomerang (El vuelo del Bumerán) be applied?

In cases of accelerated movement, for example, owing to  the simultaneous intrinsic rotations of the body in movement, inertial fields – inertia force generators – can be identified that have been created by the rotational movement itself. These inertial fields and forces are not identified in classical mechanics equations.

The Flight of the Boomerang (El vuelo del Bumerán) raises numerous questions and doubts that have been treated in the past as paradoxical by a lot of writers on classical mechanics. The new dynamic hypotheses proposed by the Theory of Dynamic Interactions could explain this behaviour, something which has proved difficult to date, by opening up a new and extensive field of research in physics, by way of a new, inquiring and critical approach.

Keys are proposed to interpret the dynamic behaviour of galaxies, the creation of Saturn’s rings, Pioneer probe anomalies, the essence of dark matter or the real structure of the cosmos, from a different and renewed perspective.

And all of this can be achieved by simply looking anew at something which seemed obvious until now. As Gabriel Barceló says, “whenever analysing sense perceptions from a new perspective, keys to science can be revealed that have been overlooked by other researchers or experts, even those endowed with the best resources and most powerful means”.