The hypothesis of the nuclear destruction
process with neutron collimator COMPLETES the theory of
It takes into account the statistical changes of the isotope signature caused by another interaction with neutrons.
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With the exception of the slightly radioactive zirconium, all primary fission products decay within a few days.
Isotopes of the primary fission products however might have longer half lives.
Radioactive experiments with their own civil population are not unusual for US powerholders.
KILLING OUR OWN: The Disaster of America’s Experience with Atomic Radiation
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“A considerable part of the US population (about 7 percent, that was equal to approx. 13 million people in 1962) was contaminated due to Sedan.
Just about 2 percent of the released radiation ended up in the mushroom cloud, the rest either fell back directly into the crater or onto the ground within spitting distance.
Nevertheless, (minor) radioactive fallout was still measured months after the event between Sedan and the vicinity of Chicago.”
Before 9/11 former CIA employee Susan Lindauer was involved in the peace contract negotiations with representatives of the Iraq government.
In late summer of 2001 she got a personal warning by her superior Richard Fuisz: an urgent recommendation not to travel to New York because an attack with a thermonuclear weapon was expected.
“Do not go back to New York City. It’s too dangerous.
We are expecting the use of a miniature thermonuclear device.”
“And they were not afraid that I was going to be hurt by [by] falling debris in the World Trade Center. I wasn’t going to be in the World Trade Center.
They were afraid of radiation contamination.”
9/11 comprises two mysteries for the masses:
“At a meeting taking place after the September 11 attacks a US general gave a speech. Suddenly he said that in reality Osama bin Laden was in possession of about 15 small nuclear weapons – and that he had already used them.
He then played back a video showing a gigantic mushroom cloud rising above New York that we watched flabbergasted.
The general then urged us to understand how important it was to build a ‘Coalition of the willing’: only together we could take action against Osama bin Laden to avoid mushroom clouds developing above European cities .
Asked whether we could make this video available for the public, the general denied our question: this was classified information.”
The large part of the dust particles was blown out to the sea, as a consequence the fallout in New York was relatively low.
The USGS detected two always radioactive elements in the WTC dust samples:
uranium, mean concentration 3.29 ppm
thorium, mean concentration 9.31 ppm
Copy (page 6): www.911history.de/pdfs/World Trade Center USGS Chemistry Table.pdf
Direct access: pdfs/World Trade Center USGS Chemistry Table.pdf
“The 16 kiloton yield of the Little Boy bomb was produced by the fission of 0.91 kg of uranium-235, out of the 64 kg in the pit.
The remaining 63 kg, 98.5% of the total, contributed nothing to the energy yield.”
As an uranium fission bomb disintegrates before the nuclear fuel can be fully consumed:
uranium must be present in the dust
thorium (formed by uranium alpha-decay) must be present in the dust
Both expected elements are present:
Source (direct access): pdfs/USGS_Leachate_Table_Uran_Zerfallskette.pdf
No analysis of specific isotopes were published by the USGS
On basis of the USGS dust sample analysis we can made a first estimation of the total mass of the unconsumed uranium:
mean concentration of uranium in ppm: 3.29
estimated quantity of dust per square metre: 0.1 kg
estimated area covered by dust: 10%
The result of total [radioactive] uranium is 1.9 kg.
The real values could be significantly higher due to dust particles blown over the sea.
The USGS dust sample analysis did detect elements, which are usually created as a result of radioactive decay, after uranium fission (and which are radioactive in this case):
Lanthanum, mean concentration 45.96 ppm [total estimated: 27.1 kg]
could partly come from other sources as: http://periodic.lanl.gov/57.shtml
Cerium, mean concentration 91.23 ppm [total estimated: 53.9 kg]
could partly come from other sources as: http://periodic.lanl.gov/58.shtml
Yttrium, mean concentration 57.45 ppm [total estimated: 33.8 kg]
could partly come from other sources as: http://periodic.lanl.gov/39.shtml
Zirconium was present, but was listed only in the leach table analysis
could partly come from other sources as: http://periodic.lanl.gov/40.shtml
Niobium, mean concentration 8.34 ppm [total estimated: 4.9 kg]
could partly come from other sources as: http://periodic.lanl.gov/41.shtml
Ground Zero was covered with fresh loads of earth at regular intervals, the fills were removed and replaced after regularly.
Water vapor rose still many months after the attack through the earth fills.
These sprayers were also used to cool the high temperature debris before it left the site.
Several trucks were returned to the site for additional cooling because the law enforcement officers would not let them through the tunnels leaving Manhattan until they stopped steaming.
Decontamination works on Ground Zero were carried out by workers wearing full protective suits.
In terms of nuclear physics, iron is the most stable element and is difficult to make radioactive even when exposed to strong neutron radiation.
A lot of iron isotopes do not provoke a signal in the Geiger counter.
This applies for Fe-54, Fe-56, Fe-57 and Fe-58.
Radioactive isotopes can develop when a stable element absorbs one or more neutrons as nuclear components while being bombarded with neutrons.
“The effectiveness of the neutron bombardment per area unit is described by the effective cross section, on a circle: σ = πr2”
Iron has outstanding properties to scatter fast neutrons.
Fast neutrons are rather scattered by iron and not absorbed. A new [and destructive] radiation mix develops in the process.
Hydrogen (H-1) also has very good properties to scatter slow and fast neutrons.
The most important harmful effect of neutron radiation in living tissue is the elastic scattering on hydrogen H-1 (effect of a neutron bomb).
This property also allows the use of water as neutron moderator in nuclear reactors.
A look on the table with the effective cross sections of FE-56 shows that iron has outstanding characteristics to scatter neutrons:
The scattering power of Fe-56 for slow neutrons is already 50% of the scattering power of hydrogen H-1! [barn 10 : barn 20]
The scattering power of Fe-56 for fast neutrons is already 500% of the scattering power of hydrogen H-1! [barn 20 : barn 4]
The element 235uranium decays in an induced chain reaction most likely into:
When set off, every nuclear weapon produces a characteristic mixture of radioactive elements that is based on the subsequent processes of disintegration.
Radioactive β decay of strontium93 after uranium fission
A few days after September 11 the USGS collected and analyzed dust samples from about 40 different locations.
The "nuclear finger print" for barium exists.
The "nuclear finger print" for strontium exists.
“The analyses do not take into account that the statistical distribution of the fission products may change due to rescattering of neutrons: for ex. a shift from strontium-90 to strontium-91”
Carbon is a component of organic life, it is usually not radioactive.
under the influence of neutron scattering, carbon absorbs a neutron as additional nuclear component and becomes radioactive (transition from 13C to 14C)
The isotopes resulting from uranium fission develop with a certain probability.
strontium -92 / -93 / -94 and -95 develops with a high probability (1 – 4%)
strontium-90 develops with a moderate probability (0.074 %)
The radioactivity of strontium isotopes resulting from uranium fission differs:
Half-life strontium -92 / -93 / -94 and -95: a few minutes / seconds
Half-life strontium-90: approx. 30 years (many years are detectable)
Under laboratory conditions the resulting statistical distribution of radioactive isotopes can be predicted precisely, just like during an uranium fission.
It is however impossible to predict how this statistical distribution will change due to rescattered neutron radiation:
Example: if strontium-90 absorbs another neutron, its half-life decreases from approx. 30 years to approx. 10 hours (strontium-91)
In his “Ground Zero Report”, William Tahil describes the possibility of an extremely high additional neutron flow due to:
the addition of other metals in the nuclear weapon
the use of a pulsed reactor run overcritically (if any)
William Tahil’s approach primarily shows that multiple rescattering of neutrons may change the statistical distribution of fission products due to neutron rescattering.
The discussion about which elements actually had an effect on the nuclear processes – wanted or unwanted – is however pure speculation.
Prior to carrying out such an analysis, the rockbed below Ground Zero underneath the memorial pools must be examined for radionuclides.
If a small experimental reactor really was present in the WTC, the phenomena observed before the collapse could be explained alternatively:
Type of injury Rodriguez’s co-worker had
blue luminous effects in WTC 6
burning cars at WTC 2
Liquid steel flowing out at WTC 2 just before the destruction
> 2,000 people dying of 9/11-related
Source 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhVQ5lbzwCQ
Source 2: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/sep/11/9-11-illnesses-death-toll
> 5,400 people
currently suffering from cancer
> 37,000 people
> 72,000 people
in medical care
Model calculation for “radiation sickness”
A rescue team member works 10 hours on this day
Amount of radiation at 40 mSv / h: Total amount = 0.4 Sv on this day
Model calculation for light radiation sickness:
A responder works 8 hours a day, 200 days per year
Amount of radiation at 1 mSv / h: Total amount = 1.6 Sv per year
Range of symptoms 1 (containable with NEW drugs)
Shivering, insomnia, fever, ague, feeling hot and cold at the same time, diarrhea, vomiting, skin hemorrhages and intestinal bleeding, eczema, headaches, anxiety states, etc.
Range of symptoms 2 (partly operable, mostly fatal)
Leukemia, organ and bone cancer, tumors
Range of symptoms 3 (terminal):
Inherited defects, miscarriages, dysplasia
There are additional cancers in New York caused by asbestos dust.
Asbestos acts mechanically as carcinogen – by constantly irritating the pulmonary alveoli and thus causes cancer.
“JD@02:45: So the compensation is not just for me, the compensation for my family [...].
What about my kids, what about the other responders’ kids? If I had all this toxicity on me and I wake up with cancer eight or ten years later, do I get my kids sick?”
The FEMA report issued in August 1997 already pointed out that the WTC might be the target of potential attacks.
It also warns of the consequences of highly carcinogenic radioactive radiation.
9/11 first responders are getting sick and dying from cancer at an unusually high rate, but their illnesses are not covered by the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act. At first they excluded Cancer from the bill.
@ 00:23: story of John McNamara; died August 9, 2009, colon cancer
@ 05:22: story of Greg Quibell; died August 27, 2008, leukemia
@ 15:38: story of John Devlin (FDNY); diagnosed with throat cancer
@ 21:08: story of Jeff Strohlein (FDNY); diagnosed with brain cancer
Abby Martin talks to John Feal, founder and president of the Feal Good Foundation.
@ 00:45: John Feal talks about the different wave of cancers.
The nuclear war zone of the World Trade Center on 9/11.
@ 01:36: firefighters in the smoke (at 11 a.m.)
@ 02:18: paper and printing in good condition on top of steel powder
@ 04:08: new explosion triggered in the background
@ 04:16: direct view of the results of the muzzle flash (out of the earth)
@ 06:07: the towers as steel powder in the street, engine 59 driving by, with a dust trail behind
Decontamination of trucks and streets.
@ 01:11: extensive cleaning / decontamination of a truck
@ 01:58: extensive cleaning / decontamination of the street and vehicles
@ 03:28: checkpoints and documentation of decontamination
The nuclear war zone of the World Trade Center on 9/11.
@ 04:16: soldiers of the National Guard in filter masks
@ 05:45: workers of the Nation Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) putting on protection suits
The Nation Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) at work during the massive radiological decontamination effort at Ground Zero.
@ 01:13: members of the NNSA with full protection next to normal construction workers without any protection against radiation
Kyle Kulinski on Secular Talk exposes the hypocrisy of the the government which would prefer to exclude cancer from the bill (Zadroga Act), just leaving the first responders to die.
@ 00:08: in memory of the cancer victims of 9/11
@ 00:58: the epedemic of cancer in southern Manhattan
@ 01:42: like the gulf war symptoms [depleted uranium]
@ 01:55: congress at firsts blocked the bill
@ 02:38: taking the first responders to Cuba to force congress to pass the bill
@ 04:16: do you have any idea what it takes to do what they did?
Intact paper and steel dust.
@ 00:50: the first responders walking into the radioactive pit
@ 01:11: a line of first responders walking towards Ground Zero
Dimitri Khalezov explains the nuclear destruction with easy to understand scetches as well as the cause of the different cancer waves.
@ 1:48:45: "when we talked about the so called safe distance for detonating a 150 kt nuclear charge it was ... 500 metres."
On November 10, 2001 President Bush told the United Nations:.
@ 18:58: "We must speak the truth about terror. Let us never tolerate outrageous conspiracy theories concerning the attacks of September the 11th; malicious lies that attempt to shift the blame away from the terrorists, themselves, away from the guilty."
@ 23:22: "We have no other choice, because there is no other peace. We did not ask for this mission. Yet there is honor in history’s call."
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