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Reference

[1] S.L. Loney, in The Elements of Statics and Dynamics Part I Elements of Statics, 1890 (5th ed; revised and enlarged 1906 July and reprinted 1964, London, The Syndics of the Cambridge University Press, P. 51 Article 53 and P.136 Article 114).
Title of the Thesis - Endless Energy from a Natural Source.
Author: T. A. Radhakrishnan, Thalekkara House, P.O. Chathanur, Palakkad Dist., Kerala - 679 537, India.
[I completed course of study prescribed by The University of Kerala for B.Sc., (Maths with Physics sub) from Sree Kerala Varma College, Trichur during the period 1964 to 1967. Through out the four years of my college life from Pre-University class to final B.Sc., during 1963 to 1967, I was residing at the house of a relative and was suffering from a chemical imbalance and hence unfortunately I could not become a degree holder. I worked as a draftsman in Survey Department under Government of Kerala from September 1975 and retired from service by May 2002. After my college days; but in the year 1967 itself I had understood that ' 0 = ' is a reality in natural universal movements. But various difficulties raised hindrance and so, I present the idea before you only now. The thesis has been risen out of my private research which has been supported by documents in the form of acknowledgments.]

THE TITLE OF THE REFERRED BOOK

THE ELEMENTS OF
STATICS AND
DYNAMICS


BY
S.L. LONEY


PART 1 STATICS

FIFTH EDITION
33rd Impression

CAMBRIDGE
AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS

1964