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Update Micro Nukes in the WTC: Verifying the Source of Tritium Levels 55 X the
Environmental Amount - Certified Laboratory Testing of WTC Debris Currently in
Progress. - For embedded article links.

In a collaborative effort between Author/Artist/Survivor/Patriot Janette MacKinlay,
Dr. Bill Deagle, MD, ABFP, AAPM, SSPM, ACOEM, CIME, ACO, and Dr. Ed Ward, MD, MT,
WTC debris has been received by a Certified Laboratory for key tests which may show
definitive origination for the massive Tritium Levels in the WTC buildings.

7.5 gms of WTC dust has been submitted to a Certified Laboratory for this specific
ananlysis. The pending results are about half way through preparation and will be
available in about 1 to 2 weeks. The single sample was extremely minimal for
adequate sampling of the massive damage left in turning 3 buildings into steel and
particles, but may be enough to give irrefutable support for the origination of
Tritium Levels present in the WTC buildings and prove beyond any doubt there was a
nuclear reaction in the WTC buildings.

Dr. Deagle should have the results in the next 7 days..

Elements, Testing, Theory

Sample Testing (ppms per USGS study for average amount):

Certified LaboratoryTesting Request: Elemental Isotope RatioTests: All Isotopes of
the following elements.

Niobium 93 - 8 ppm in sample (+/- 50%) - Nb 93 for extremely rare Nb 94 ratio.
Beryllium 9 - 3 ppm in sample (+/- 50%) - Be 9 for extremely rare Be 10 ratio.
Cobalt 59 - 6 ppm in sample (+/- 50%) - Co 59 for extremely rare Co 60 ratio.

The entire test sample is one sample of small quantity, with extremely small
quantities (parts per Million) of Isotopes and are checking for Isotopes in the
range of billionths that should not exist in nature. Billionths will demonstrate
massive creation if any of these three Elements show Any Isotope Ratio at all.

Neutron Activation produces rare stable isotopes in some elements. Any isotopes
other than Nb 93, Be 9 and Co 59 for these 3 elements will be proof of Neutron
Activation at the WTC site and will show the origin of the massive Tritium levels.

It is important to remember the amount of debris being tested regarding the
relevance of a negative finding in this particular sample. The entire sample is
only 7 grams (about 1/80th of a pound) out of 3 billion pounds of debris. Research
suggests that only about 10% of debris directly affected by a nuclear explosion will
show Neutron Activation. Dr. Deagle and myself encourage others with verified WTC
debris to perform their own tests for the presence of isotope ratios that can only
be formed during a nuclear reaction on their samples. The Tritium levels prove a
nuclear reaction occured. The isotope ratios will verify that proof.

List of Elements in the USGS analysis of WTC debris that should show readily
detectable Neutron Activation:

Element Isotopes, Isotope Percentages in Nature, Mean Percantage in USGS analysis:

Silicon - 28 Si 92.23%, 29 Si 4.67%, 15%
Carbon - 12 C 98.9%, 13 C 1.1% stable, 2%
Sulfur - 32 S 95.02%, 33 S 0.075%, 3%
Iron - 56 Fe 91.72%, 57 Fe 2.2%, 58 Fe 0.28%, 1.63%
Nickel - 58 Ni 68.08%, 59 Ni 1/2 life 7600 years, 60 Ni 26.22%, 61 Ni 1.14%, 37 ppm
Niobium - 93 Nb 100%, 94 Nb 1/2 life 20,000 years, 8.3 ppm
Beryllium - 9 Be 100%, 10 Be 1/2 life 1.5 mil years, only 3 ppm
Potassium - 39 K 93.256%, 40 K only plant animal, 1/2%
Titanium - 48 Ti 73.8%, 49 Ti 5.5%, 0.25%
Chromium - 52 Cr 83.79%, 53 Cr 9.5%, 116 ppm
Cobalt - 59 Co 100% , 60 Co 1/2 life 5 years,


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