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I'd like to ask why the elements found in the USGS dust samples, the single most comprehensive dust sampling taken during the events of 911, are never discussed?

Doesn't anyone wonder why the Sodium and Potassium are anomalous?

Where did all of the Zinc come from?

How can we achieve a 0.9897 Product Moment Correlation Coefficient with verification by 't' test statistic for the almost perfectly linear relationship between Barium and Strontium?

The concentration of the two elements reaches 3670ppm for Strontium and 3130 for Barium or over 0.3% by weight of the dust. This means that 0.37% of the sample was Barium and 0.31% of the sample was Strontium by weight at that location, WTC01-16, Broadway and John Streets.

The Mean concentration for Barium including the very low girder coating samples is 533ppm and for Strontium it’s 727ppm. These are not Trace amounts. They are highly dangerous and extremely toxic amounts. They are also critical components of nuclear fission and the decay process.

To obtain a Correlation Coefficient of 0.9897 with this number of measurements around Lower Manhattan is very, very significant indeed. What this means is that we can say that there’s a 99% correlation in the variation in the concentration between these two elements. They vary in lockstep; they vary together, similarly. When one varies, so does the other. We can state with absolute mathematical certainty that any change in the concentration of one of these elements, either the Barium or Strontium, is matched by the same change in the concentration of the other.

Whatever process gave rise to the presence of the Barium or the Strontium must have produced the other as well. There is only one process that can account for this and produces both. A very well known process indeed.

Nuclear Fission.

WHY aren't these elements discussed? We have extraordinary data in the USGS sampling cohort and no one seems interested in discussing this issue.

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