The International Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics, has published in its latest issue the article: Proposal of new criteria for celestial mechanics.

In this paper the application of the Theory of Dynamic Interactions to celestial mechanics developed by Gabriel Barceló (PhD) is explained. This theory reinterprets the behaviour of bodies in rotation which allows a variety of scientific and technological applications.

The specialized International Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics, of the Scientific Research group, has published in its latest volume, 3-4, December 2013, the article “Proposal of new criteria for celestial mechanics.”, available at http:// , and written by the Spanish investigator Doctor Gabriel Barceló Rico-Avello.

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This article ( delves into the treaty recently published by Dr. Barceló in two volumes: Imago Universi: A story of human conception of the cosmos. (Editor Arpegio. Barcelona, 2013), describes in a fascinating way the human thirst and passion for the knowledge of the universe. Its last chapter includes the application of the Theory of Dynamic Interactions to astrophysics and specifically to the dynamic of stellar systems and galaxies is included.

This enthusiastic piece of scientific work, also includes important personal and innovative contributions to the history of science. The treatise has its own Web, and a video of presentation can be viewed at

The Theory of Dynamic interactions states that, in the area of classical mechanics, a non newtonian Rotational Dynamics is applicable to rigid solid bodies subject to multiple accelerations by rotation, i.e. is applicable to bodies with angular momentum, when submitted to new rotations non coaxial with the existing one. The theory is applicable to mechanical systems, classical, relativistic as well as quantum ones.

During the last twenty years Dr. Gabriel Barceló has carried out a private and independent project regarding Rotational Dynamics. The result of the project has been the conception of an innovative dynamics theory, specifically applicable to non-inertial rigid systems in rotation, and which allow numerous and significant scientific and technological applications. The Theory of Dynamic Interactions was presented, for the first time, during different presentations of the XXX Biennale of Physics which took place in Orense (Spain) in 2005. It was later argumented, described and developed in two texts published by the editorial Marcombo: The Flight of the Boomerang (2005), and A Rotating World (2008).

The Theory of Dynamic Interactions generalizes the inertial concepts and phenomena, including them in a unified structure of a new rotational dynamics of fields for non-inertial systems. It has been described in scientific articles and presentations in international congresses. The theory allows multiple innovative hypotheses, such as the analysis of the behaviour of hurricanes or the study of the internal tensions in mobile bodies, or the conversion of rotational kinetic energy to translational kinetic energy, or viceversa, which leads to the concept of the dynamic lever. We can conceive a dynamic lever with technological applications and practical effects. Such a dynamic lever would permit the design of mechanisms where the result of its action would be obtained without energy consumption and therefore the applied energy would be recovered. The theory allows its application in the steering of mobiles in space, such as airplanes, and also to submarines. In this case, the steering devices would be of very simple design and use. The technological development of this theory permits many applications, in defense, astronautics or energy, e.g. in the confinement systems of fusion reactors.

During the last month of December were also published other articles by the same author, in relation to the Theory of Dynamic Interactions (TID). On the World Journal of Mechanics, the article: Theory of dynamic interactions: laws of motion, accessible on the websites:

Also in the Global Journal of Researches in Engineering: Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics-G, Volume 13, Issue 5, Version1.0. Year2013, the article: New technological applications of the theory of dynamic interactions, accessible at: _5.pdf

Further information on the Theory can be viewed on Also accessible are different videos with experimental evidences, at the following locations, among others:

The presentations at the 61ST International Astronautical Congress are of special interest. Prague, September 2010 (On the equivalence principle.) and at the International Conference on Design and Modeling in Science, Education, and Technology: DEMSET 2011. Orlando, Florida, USA. A more detailed information regarding the Theory of Dynamic Interactions can be obtained at: