Explore Super Symmetry | Uncover the Harmony of Science

This website is about a specific type of system called a supersymmetric rotor. In a supersymmetric rotor, the mass is distributed eccentrically around the axis of rotation. This means that the total angular momentum of the rotor is not conserved.

The reason for this is that the laws of physics are not symmetrical under rotations in the supersymmetric rotor. This is because the mass distribution is not symmetrical. As a result, the total angular momentum of the rotor can change as it rotates. The result is the systems moving in a direction that is constant, in the video you can observe many systems moving from the supersymmetric rotor.