Definition of mass grave

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Nessie wrote:
What am I supposedly lying about?
The number of photos of a GPR scan that CS-C published in her thesis.
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Turnagain wrote: 21 Jul 2021, 10:03 Nessie weasel dodges frantically. He showed a photo of a GPR device and claims that it's proof that GPR scans were taken. Of course that has nothing to do with CS-C publishing one (1) photo of a GPR scan. Nessie blathers on but the fact remains that the thesis contains one (1) photo of a GPR scan. No matter how desperately Nessie weasel dodges, he can't avoid that fact. ONE (1) photo of a GPR scan, Nessie.
The photos of GPR scan images here;

https://etheses.bham.ac.uk/id/eprint/35 ... s12PhD.pdf

P175 - Figure 4.20. Feature G40, identified in the GPR survey at Treblinka II
P184 - Figure 4.25. Feature G24/G55 which was recorded in the area adjacent to the railway platform (Area C) at Treblinka II
P213 - Figure 4.32. GPR time slices of feature G44 (shown in red) identified at Treblinka II in the area of the former Death Camp
P216 - Figure 4.34. A GPR image plot of features G50-54 identified at Treblinka II in the area of the former Death Camp
P218 - Figure 4.35. A GPR profile showing one of the cut edges of feature G38, identified at Treblinka II in the area of the former Death Camp

You are wrong to claim only one of those photos is a photo.
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Quit your lying, Nessie. CS-C published only one photo of a GPR scan. ONE!
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Turnagain wrote: 21 Jul 2021, 10:47 Quit your lying, Nessie. CS-C published only one photo of a GPR scan. ONE!
On what basis do you refer to only one of the following GPR images as a photo?

P175 - Figure 4.20. Feature G40, identified in the GPR survey at Treblinka II
P184 - Figure 4.25. Feature G24/G55 which was recorded in the area adjacent to the railway platform (Area C) at Treblinka II
P213 - Figure 4.32. GPR time slices of feature G44 (shown in red) identified at Treblinka II in the area of the former Death Camp
P216 - Figure 4.34. A GPR image plot of features G50-54 identified at Treblinka II in the area of the former Death Camp
P218 - Figure 4.35. A GPR profile showing one of the cut edges of feature G38, identified at Treblinka II in the area of the former Death Camp

Why do you ignore the GPR images that you say are not photos?
Why do you ignore the other scan images?

P174 - Figure 4.19. Resistance results for the area of the former Death Camp (Area B) at Treblinka II.
P182 - Figure 4.24. Resistance survey results from the area believed to have been the Reception Camp (Areas C and D) at Treblinka II. Further key shown in Appendix 4.3.
P188 - Figure 4.26. Resistance results for Area E. Further key shown in Appendix 4.3
P209 - Figure 4.30. Resistance survey results from Area B, showing features G1 and G4. Further key shown in Appendix 4.3.
P210 - Figure 4.31. Electrical imaging results for the survey of feature G1 at Treblinka II (top, western edge and bottom, eastern edge of feature)
P214 - Figure 4.33. Resistance survey results for Area D showing features G29 and G32. Further key shown in Appendix 4.3.
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CS-C published one photo of a GPR scan. If you claim otherwise, you're lying.
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Turnagain wrote: 21 Jul 2021, 12:49 CS-C published one photo of a GPR scan. If you claim otherwise, you're lying.
Why do you only count one of the published images of a GPR scan as a photo?

P175 - Figure 4.20. Feature G40, identified in the GPR survey at Treblinka II
P184 - Figure 4.25. Feature G24/G55 which was recorded in the area adjacent to the railway platform (Area C) at Treblinka II
P213 - Figure 4.32. GPR time slices of feature G44 (shown in red) identified at Treblinka II in the area of the former Death Camp
P216 - Figure 4.34. A GPR image plot of features G50-54 identified at Treblinka II in the area of the former Death Camp
P218 - Figure 4.35. A GPR profile showing one of the cut edges of feature G38, identified at Treblinka II in the area of the former Death Camp

Why do you dismiss the other GPR images? Why do you dismiss the other scan photos?

P174 - Figure 4.19. Resistance results for the area of the former Death Camp (Area B) at Treblinka II.
P182 - Figure 4.24. Resistance survey results from the area believed to have been the Reception Camp (Areas C and D) at Treblinka II. Further key shown in Appendix 4.3.
P188 - Figure 4.26. Resistance results for Area E. Further key shown in Appendix 4.3
P209 - Figure 4.30. Resistance survey results from Area B, showing features G1 and G4. Further key shown in Appendix 4.3.
P210 - Figure 4.31. Electrical imaging results for the survey of feature G1 at Treblinka II (top, western edge and bottom, eastern edge of feature)
P214 - Figure 4.33. Resistance survey results for Area D showing features G29 and G32. Further key shown in Appendix 4.3.
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Nessie wrote:
Why do you only count one of the published images of a GPR scan as a photo?
Because there's only one photo of a GPR scan.
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Turnagain wrote: 21 Jul 2021, 13:11 Nessie wrote:
Why do you only count one of the published images of a GPR scan as a photo?
Because there's only one photo of a GPR scan.
That does not answer the question. What is it about that image that makes it a photo of a GPR scan result, but the other images from GPR are not photos? Why does it matter, when they are all images from the GPR scan? Why do you dismiss the other GPR images? Why do you dismiss the other scan photos?

P174 - Figure 4.19. Resistance results for the area of the former Death Camp (Area B) at Treblinka II.
P182 - Figure 4.24. Resistance survey results from the area believed to have been the Reception Camp (Areas C and D) at Treblinka II. Further key shown in Appendix 4.3.
P188 - Figure 4.26. Resistance results for Area E. Further key shown in Appendix 4.3
P209 - Figure 4.30. Resistance survey results from Area B, showing features G1 and G4. Further key shown in Appendix 4.3.
P210 - Figure 4.31. Electrical imaging results for the survey of feature G1 at Treblinka II (top, western edge and bottom, eastern edge of feature)
P214 - Figure 4.33. Resistance survey results for Area D showing features G29 and G32. Further key shown in Appendix 4.3.
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Nessie wrote:
That does not answer the question.
Yes, it does. CS-C published one photo of a GPR scan. ONE! Turn and squirm as you wish but there's still only one photograph of a GPR scan in the thesis.
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Turnagain wrote: 21 Jul 2021, 13:29 Nessie wrote:
That does not answer the question.
Yes, it does. CS-C published one photo of a GPR scan. ONE! Turn and squirm as you wish but there's still only one photograph of a GPR scan in the thesis.
Why do you only count that image as a photo and not the others? None were taken with a camera. All were images produced by the GPR equipment and then reproduced in the thesis.
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