INTERVIEW WITH DR. BARCELO RNE 3 ON THE THEORY OF DYNAMIC INTERACTIONS, AND ITS APPLICATION IN THE DESIGN OF NUCLEAR FUSION REACTORS OR THE INTERPRETATION OF ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENA AS TORNADOES.
Several recently published articles by Dr. Barceló analyze in depth the Theory of Dynamic Interactions (TID), and their scientific and technological applications.
Radio 3, in its scientific dissemination program: System failure, which airs Sundays from 12 to 13 hours, dedicated the number of June 14, 2015 to a long interview with Dr. Barceló. System failure has been conceived as a weekly magazine for geeks, science lovers and curious in general.
– System failure. Episode 183: The flight of the boomerang
Sunday 14.06.15 12.00 13.00.
Presented and directed by: Santiago Bustamante.
On the following link is available RNE 3 interview:
Also in this direction can be downloaded audio from the interview::
Madrid, june, 2015. On the occasion of the publication in the prestigious American scientific Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics Vol.3 No.5, a new article on the theory of dynamic interactions, titled Flight of Boomerang II, written by the Spanish scientist Gabriel Barceló Rico-Avello, journalist Santiago Bustamante made a long interview with the author, in its scientific dissemination program System failure, Radio 3.
The article includes a video, produced by Javier Sánchez Boyer, illustrating the Boomerang dynamic behaviour, which can be viewed at:
In his opinión the boomerang is a particularly significant case of a body subjected to multiple rotations, so the analysis of its dynamic behavior allows us to better understand his theory. In the interview, the scientist Barceló justified and interprets his theory of dynamic interactions, and suggests the implementation of the dynamic theory of multiple scientific and technological applications, such as in the design of nuclear fusion reactors or in the interpretation of atmospheric phenomena such as tornadoes.
Proposes Barceló new dynamic hypotheses for rigid bodies in motion, subject to various rotations not coaxial simultaneous, suggesting a structured dynamic theory, which would establish how the mass behaves when subjected to different external actions, that force you to make successive rotations, not coaxial. The author argues that, in the event of any mass is subject to rotational acceleration, the reaction can be deduced signs to identify the previous dynamic state of the moving body, which also would clarify the Theory of Relativity.
This proposal could enhance our understanding of these dynamics phenomena and improve predictions about them.
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