The reason why this drags on, is because the likes of Werd and now Turnagain like to dwell on and repeatedly discuss issues from ages ago that were resolved ages ago. The 2-3% symptomatic issue is one such issue.been-there wrote: ↑Fri Jul 31, 2020 4:05 pmThe question of A). just lying or B). really stupid may well be“irrelevant”, but only as long as we realise that it is either one or the other. And nothing else!!Turnagain wrote: ↑Fri Jul 31, 2020 1:30 pmWhether Nessie is just lying or is really that stupid is irrelevant. Given Nessie's innumeracy it's hard to tell.
...The NIH and Very Well Health both declare that cherry red skin discoloration is "associated with" or a "telltale indicator" of extremely high levels of COHb.
Nessie declares that to be beyond his comprehension.
That or he simply could be lying.
Because then it becomes apparent that it IS NOT POSSIBLE to conduct a meaningful, worthwhile discussion with anyone who is either and possibly both.
And certainly a waste of time to conduct one about the exact same points, for over three years.
I have been trying for a long time now, to get a denier to produce primary medical studies such as;
A study of 40 fatal cases of CO poisoning. Of the 40, 39 "died with a source of CO nearby and the person was inside a room or some closed space without ventilation" which makes that a very close equivalent to the gas chambers.
It lists the common symptoms for fatal gassings "In extreme cases, exposure leads to unconsciousness, coma, convulsions, and even death." There is no mention of cherry red or any skin discolouration. Not one person out the 39 who died in an enclosed space had the cherry red symptom.
"Typically, fatal exposures to carbon monoxide produce coma, convulsions, and cardiorespiratory arrest (Raub et al. 2000; Wolf et al. 2008).
Symptoms preceding death can include headache, dizziness, weakness, nausea, vomiting, mental confusion, visual disturbances, and loss of consciousness (Choi 2001; Raub et al. 2000).
Clinical signs of life-threatening toxicity can include cardiac arrhythmia and myocardial ischemia, hypotension, pulmonary edema, and seizures (Kao and Nañagas 2006)."
which list the symptoms for fatal gassings. The reason why no denier will do that is because those studies do not list cherry red as a symptom. The obvious reason for that is the symptom is rarely seen in fatal gassings. To avoid admitting that, deniers just repeat themselves.