a reply to: SMOKINGGUN2012
The M388 has a 3,000 meter range, and the fireball of the 2 kiloton device is less than 50 meters across. This is less than the width of each of the
WTC towers which were 208 ft square (63.4 m square)
The business end of the M388 nuclear weapon system is the W-54 micro-nuke device. These have 4 inch pits at the centre and Americium builds up in
them over time.
So, by 1978 those units manufactured in 1963 or earlier, were taken out of inventory to be reprocessed. Apparently in the 1980s under George Bush
1st, at the Dimona nuclear weapons facility in Israel.
Israel got hold of 350 of these pits along with their two point compressors, and retooled them to produce a vry low fission low yield thermonuclear
device, using Lithium-6 and Deuterium, as the primary energy source, with a 2 kT to 3 kT yield.
This sort of low yield, low radiation device was sought after as a means of interplanetary propulsion in the 1950s and 60s, under Project Orion
So, a lot of the work was done at that time for Israel.
The most secret, and for our purposes, the most interesting feature of this sort of low yield device is the ability to create a directed nuclear blast
in a portable device.
Here's an atom bomb propelled vehicle with its 'pusher plate'
Here's a 'pulse unit' with the nuclear device inside of a container that directs the blast against the pusher plate efficiently. This produces a
beam of intensely powerful subatomic particles.
The heart of the device is a modified W-54 pit, reduced in volume, cleared of its accumulated Americium. This pit is surrounded by a Lithium-6
Deuteride shell within a Beryllium neutron reflector. This arrangement radically reduces the amount of fissile material needed.
The plutonium 'pit' is about 4 inches (10 cm) in diameter and the entire device, with Beryllium tamp, 11 inches (28 cm) in diameter. The entire
assembly weighs 51 lbs (23.2 kg).
So, we're talking about a cylindrical device that's 11 inches (28 cm) in diameter and 22 inches (56 cm) tall that masses about 88 lbs (40.0 kg).
When detonated, the mini-nuke contemplated when placed at the centre of the basement and pointed upward, produces an intense burst of alpha particles
that are directed upward long the length of the tower, vaporizing the core columns. The nuclear fireball, which would be contained inside the tower
even when using a conventional design, would be far smaller with this directed energy design, so in this way, we hollow out the interior of the
Is there evidence that a nuclear device was used on 9/11?
Yes, tritium, barium and strontium were found on the site, and there was evidence that rock was melted by a tiny nuclear fireball.
By the way, there is also evidence that the planes were inserted in the video feeds during 9/11,.
So, this is a very carefully engineered psyop that had many months and years of planning dedicated to it.