Is the Theory of Dynamic Interactions based on experimental tests?

The inclusion of this theory into the field of rotational mechanics is not merely achieved on speculative or mathematical grounds, but is also the result of the experiments done, and even by extrapolating the experimental behaviour by means of particular trials and tests.

After conducting these prior experiments it has been possible to confirm that knowledge of the new laws of behaviour for non-inertial dynamic systems will enable their scientific development in numerous areas of physics and will thus lead to new, previously unknown, dynamic technologies.

The study of the behaviour of material systems in the face of the actions of external, spatial rotation generators, and of the associated, conserved magnitudes has been extensively studied, but there is still room for ongoing, scientific and technological development in the light of the new hypotheses being put forward.