No, I'm not imagining. However, I am ASSUMING that the data presented here by Poppet regarding the incidence of certain diseases associated with those who worked on the pile and in its vicinity is true and accurate. For example, his mention above of Myelogenous Leukemia. My speculation has a sort of epidemiology twist to it. That is, in these last 11 years, they have observed a significant level of certain diseases related to radiological poisoning in those who worked there.
If that is a true effect they are observing, then we should search for a cause, no?
I am not imagining these things mate, I am merely reading about them. Considering that Congress passed legislation related to this effect, there must be something to it.
So, searching for the cause of this particular effect, a likely culprit would be the bizarre physical events we saw at WTC that day.
Maybe nuclear, maybe DEW. I don't know for sure, but people way smarter than I will figure it out sooner or later. The government might very well muzzle their findings, and certainly the mainstream media will comply in that effort, but the findings will leak out, for those curious about it, like me.
Who knows? Maybe when the secret papers of Nicola Tesla were taken by the government after his death, his plans for a 'death ray' were refined to the point that they could develop a practical working model of that machine, and the cause of the effects we see actually result from that? I don't know, but it does seem radiology is somehow involved.