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University of California at Davis
The UC Davis DELTA Group (Detection and Evaluation of Long-range Transport of Aerosols) is a collaborative association of aerosol scientists at several universities and national laboratories in the United States. The DELTA Group has measured aerosols’ emissions from the 1991 Gulf War oil fires, volcanic eruptions, global dust storms and the Asian smogs.
The head of the DELTA Group is Professor Thomas Cahill, who due to his background in nuclear physics is an international expert in atmospheric sciences and the properties of aerosols.
From October 2nd, 2001 until mid-December 2001, a volunteer research team from the DELTA Group monitored the levels of atmospheric particles and aerosols in the atmosphere of New York, following the collapse of the World Trade Center.
An automated particle collection system was set up on the roof of 201 Varick Street, one mile north-northeast of the World Trade Center site. On February 11th, 2002, Professor Cahill gave a press conference to describe some of his findings. He made the following comments, quoted here from the UC Davis press release:
“The air from Ground Zero was laden with extremely high amounts of very small particles, probably associated with high temperatures in the underground debris pile. Normally, in New York City and in most of the world, situations like this just don’t exist.”
Is this a subtle hint by a man who can't speak his mind freely that a nuclear reaction occurred?
He further stated:
“Even on the worst air days in Beijing, downwind from coal-fired power plants, or the Kuwait oil fires, we did not see these levels of very fine particulates.”
The amounts of very fine particles, particularly very fine silicon, decreased sharply during the month of October.
“The US Davis DELTA Group’s ability to measure and analyze particle size, composition and time continuously, day and night, is unequalled. There were numerous events when bursts of wind lasting 6 to 8 hours carried unprecedented amounts of very fine particles to the sampling site. In the largest spike, the DELTA Group analysis found 58 micrograms per cubic meter of very fine particles in one 45-minute period – “an extremely high peak” Cahill said.
Many different metals were found in the samples of very fine particles, and some were found at the highest levels ever recorded in air in the United States.
However, there are few established safety guidelines for airborne metals. One metal for which there is a guideline, lead, was present at low levels in fine and very fine particles.
Some of the metals for which there are no guidelines that were present in very fine particles in relatively high concentrations were Iron, Titanium (some associated with powdered concrete), Vanadium, Nickel (often associated with fuel-oil combustion), Copper and Zinc. Mercury was seen occasionally in fine particles but at low concentrations. Many of those metals are widely used in building construction, wiring and plumbing. Some are common in computers. The metal of the coarse particles is still being analyzed.
What are these small very fine particles that Cahill was making such a point about? How could a metal aerosol be produced? Very high temperatures would be required indeed.
Very small particles are particularly dangerous since they can bypass the bodies natural defence mechanisms and if breathed in, enter directly into the bloodstream. They can also pass through HEPA filters, the finest grade of gas mask available and they can even enter the body through the skin. They are a serious hazard.
Anything with a diameter of less then 2.5 millionths of a meter is to be considered dangerous for these reasons.
The press release further states:
“There are no established safe limits for inhaled very fine particles. The closest reference is the US EPA “PM2.5” standard, which limits the allowable mass of airborne particles 2.5 micrometers to (0) Zero micrometers. That standard is based on health studies of typical air samples, in which very fine particles are a small fraction of the total mass. In contrast, in the World Trade Center dust samples analyzed at UC Davis, the very fine particles are a large fraction of the total mass.”
So we can understand that Professor Cahill would want to draw attention to the fine particulates for health and safety reasons. But is there more to it?
Prof. Cahill also explained the meaning of the generation of the particles to reporters more clearly:
“The presence of coarse particles immediately after days of rain indicated that they were being continually re-generated from a dry, hot source, not re-suspended from roadways and other surfaces.”
Cahills words. Continually Regenerated.
Is this another subtle hint by a man who can't speak his mind freely that a nuclear reaction occurred?
“The very fine particles were high in a number of species generally associated with combustion of fuel oil – such as Sulfur, Vanadium and Nickel, and incineration of plastics and other organic matter.”
“There were also an unusual, very fine, silicon-containing aerosol. This latter type of aerosol can be produced only by very high temperatures, including vaporisation of soil and glass.”
It doesn't take a rocket scientist, or a nuclear physicist to understand that in NYC on 911 fission occurred. I don't know what type of device(s) were used but I remain steadfast in my assertion that fission occurred in NYC on 911.