Yes. There is nothing wrong with that, since witnesses are not that great at describing what they previously saw.Turnagain wrote: ↑Fri Oct 16, 2020 9:13 pmNessie wrote:Yep, if it happened it was possible. No matter what the witnesses said.The description of what happened is missing details and is compromised with hyperbole, hearsay and estimations. You cannot conclusively determine if something was possible merely from how witnesses described how it happened.
False analogy. There is evidence of gassings, there is no evidence a boy rode to the moon.Nessie replied:If it happened, it was possible.Yep, if the little boy rode his tricycle to the moon, that's what happened.That is logical and you have never been able to explain what is wrong with that statement.
They told the truth and used hyperbole, made mistakes, exaggerated, used hearsay etc, which is normal for witnesses.So no witness told the truth but that doesn't matter.Which is normal for witnesses.
No, that is generally agreed academic numbers.Careful Nessie, you're approaching denier territory.The evidence is that c2 to 2.5 million were gassed. Another c2 million were shot.
Multiple witnesses corroborate physical and documentary evidence to prove mass arrivals and what was left was a large area of cremated remains.Only if you disregard everything claimed by the alleged eyewitnesses. That and you have no evidence.It is not physically impossible for the Nazis to have gassed, buried, exhumed and cremated. We know they managed to do it from the evidence.
How did they do it then? Go into detail. Just saying they went to lots of camps is not enough, you need to evidence it happened. What about the low numbers found when the camps were liberated?So you say.You keep on dodging that it is physically impossible for the Nazis to have transported and accommodated millions of people you claim were not gassed.
Exactly, from only a handful of witnesses we know limited work selections took place at TII, Sobibor, Belzec and Birkenau. The rest disappeared inside the camps. There is no evidence they also went to the other camps. Instead the evidence is they were gassed.From only a handful of witnesses we know that deportees ended up in dozens of different camps. The Germans had tens of thousands of camps/worksites available for prisoners. Keep the faith, Nessie.You tried to suggest they were spread out amongst hundreds of camps, but there are very few camps that are evidenced to have taken transports from the AR camps.
You are the one who relies on faith, demanding we ignore what is evidenced and believe what is not evidenced.