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Breakdown of the WTC Rain and Firehose Water, 4 Million Gallons of Dilution

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  • shaman_nation
    Breakdown of the WTC Rain and Firehose Water, 4 Million Gallons of Dilution WTC 6 = 1 acre (approx) WTC site = 16 acres. Rain = 4 million liters. 4/16 = 1/4 of
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 2, 2007
      Breakdown of the WTC Rain and Firehose Water, 4 Million Gallons of
      Dilution

      WTC 6 = 1 acre (approx)

      WTC site = 16 acres. Rain = 4 million liters. 4/16 = 1/4 of a million
      liters deposits in WTC 6 in its 40 ft (depth) by 120 ft (diam)
      crater.

      WTC 6 was hot - see thermal images 2nd article on WTC Nukes.

      Firemen = 12 million liters. Firemen would mostly be spraying the hot
      areas.

      There are about 5 acres that gradually increase to maybe a total of 6
      to 7 acres, but lets be generous and say they sprayed 8 acres (this
      will lower the total amount of Tritium Units estimate).

      8/16 = 1/2 of 12 million liters = 6 million liters spread over 8
      acres = 3/4 of a million liters per acre

      Rain plus Firemen = 1 million liters in WTC 6 in the 40 ft (depth) by
      120 ft (diam) crater.

      1 liter of the pooled water = 1,106 TUs X 1 million liters of water =
      1.1066 BILLION TUs JUST IN WTC 6 (no other places were checked.)

      This completely ignores 104 Million Liters (30 Million Gallons)
      pumped out of the bathtub and the drain water of 51 TUs. 120 million
      liters X 51 = 6.120 BILLION TUs.

      This completely ignores the amount of Tritium in gas form that
      escapes into the atmosphere and gets massive dispersal.

      Ed Ward, MD
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