We propose new dynamic hypotheses to enhance our understanding of the behavior of the plasma in the reactor. In doing so, we put forward a profound revision of classical dynamics. After over thirty years studying rotational dynamics, we propose a new theory of dynamic interactions to better interpret nature in rotation. This new theory has been tested experimentally returning positive results, including by third parties. Plasma rotation is an essential factor in the analysis of the turbulent transport of momentum in axisymmetric systems. In magnetic confinement fusion systems, the plasma circulates in the container at a constant movement, which we could define as rotation with respect to its walls. Notwithstanding, it has been shown that the plasma in the reactor can initiate spontaneous circular movement or rotation, without the need for any external dynamic momentum input. The theoretical development of this behavior is still under study, and the origin of this spontaneous intrinsic rotation is still unclear.