- From: Ed Ward
- Date: June 20, 2007 11:34:33 AM PDT
- To: Steven Jones email@example.com
- Subject: Re: Yes, glad to help -- materials from 18th
floor No Tower available to you for short-lived radioisotope testing!
- Thank you for note. My full response will follow later
today. I most definitely do not accept testing on objects that are unaffected
by the blasts. I will accept testing on anything affected by the blast
- powdered debris, melted steel, any of the massive wilted steel beams,
- Ed Ward, MD
- ---- Steven Jones
- firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
- You recently wrote: "This post is in regard to having
Prof. Jones assist in the determination of isotope levels in the WTC debris
- which he has in his possession."
- You also wrote:
- · "7.5 gms of WTC dust has [sic] been submitted
to a Certified Laboratory for this specific ananlysis [sic]. The pending
results are about half way through preparation and will be available in
about 1 to 2 weeks."
- Also: "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
- *I'm all for doing experiments, and testing for neutron
activation is great. You could add radioactive iron (Fe) as well. **
**If (as I predict) no short-lived isotopes of Nb, Be, Fe or Cobalt are
found -- that will argue AGAINST the mini-nuke theory. But if significant
short-lived isotopes of Nb, Be, Fe or Co are found, then that will argue
FOR the mini-nuke hypothesis. ****So this is a good test and I support
it. We seek the truth.
- Furthermore, I have contact with a fellow (and his friend)
who escaped from the North Tower before its collapse, leaving his briefcase
behind on th 18th floor -- with an umbrella, calculator and papers. The
materials were intact in the debris, placed in a sealed plastic bag after
identification (by wallet in the briefcase), and returned to the owner.
I wrote to them this morning regarding willingness to allow you to test
one or more of these items -- for neutron activation by testing for **short-lived
isotopes of Nb, Be or Co. He accepted my encouragement and agreed to support
this test. I think the umbrella (or perhaps the calculator) would be best
for this test -- do you agree?
- So now that is my challenge to you -- will you accept
to test the umbrella (or calculator, but the umbrella probably has more
mass) by submitting to "*to a Certified Laboratory for this specific
- I am glad to help in this way, helping you get the samples
you need. I await your reply. Great idea, ED! Do the tests and see...
- STeven Jones
- PS -- how did these items survive a mini-nuke blast?
- This post is in regard to having Prof. Jones assist in
the determination of isotope levels in the WTC debris - which he has in