Name and quote a witness who said that he actually saw people die, with his own eyes and was present when a vacuum was created inside a chamber.Turnagain wrote: ↑Sat Dec 07, 2019 4:52 pmNessie wrote:That's not what the alleged eyewitnesses said or testified. Weasel dodge and lie doesn't fly.Only the doors and vents were hermetically sealed, not the chamber itself.
No witness said he saw a vacuum being used, they just said what they thought had happened at some point.
They made it clear that not much wood was needed to start the bodies burning. You do not need much charcoal to set a BBQ on fire.Alleged eyewitnesses claimed that twigs/brush/brushwood was used as kindling to set the bodies ablaze after which they cremated themselves. Bullshit. Your bullshit doesn't fly, Nessie.Fuel was used, petrol and wood was used to set the corpses on fire, which then burn as body fat is a fuel. The pyres worked as a BBQ does. If you piled meat on a BBQ, set wood under neath on fire than then set the meat on fire, it would cremate that meat.
That makes as much sense as;Produce the train schedules from the AR camps or...
No cremains, no graves, no holyhoax. Finito. End of story.
Both arguments are logical fallacies, as the premise does not evidence the conclusion. Train schedules to and from TII do not evidence what happened inside TII and any cremains, graves and gassings.Produce the train schedules from the AR camps or...
There are cremains, graves and were gassings. Finito. End of story.
What is important is; did the trains leave TII full or empty? I have shown you my evidence that they mostly left empty, with some carrying adults selected to work at other camps. Let me see your evidence they left full from TII itself.
That would be easy to do, as it would be impossible to transport c715,00 people out of TII between July and December 1942, without leaving any evidence at all. Just as the huge transports to TII during those 6 months left evidence from witnesses and documents, huge transports back out of TII to other places would also leave evidence.