What is evidence? Jun 11, 2022 16:11:45 GMT
Post by Nessie on Jun 11, 2022 16:11:45 GMT
Going by your numbers, if there were 10 graves it would total 3,320 meters of grave. That's ~3.3 km.
If the grave is 4m deep and 8m wide, it would be 332m long.
That's amusing. You've apparently forgotten about the stockpiles of ex. It would take at least 11 square meters of single cone stockpile per meter of grave or another 36,520 square meters or 3.65 hectares and a total of 6.3 hectares. Neither does that account for the necessary top cover for the graves. Neither does it account for the walkways necessary to access the graves.
Ten graves at 332m x 8m is 26,656m2, or 2.6 hectares in a camp with an overall size of 17 hectares. About a third of the camp was used for the graves, so 2.6 hectares of graves in 5.6 hectares of space.
The size of the graves necessary to bury 700,000+ cadavers is just an "opinion"? It doesn't actually have anything to do with the claims made for Treblinka as an extermination facility? I'm beginning to think that b-t's questioning of your sanity is realistic.
We can argue this for ever more, it is not evidence, it is our opinion and thoughts based on what we think along with some maths.
You are having to estimate how many decomposed bodies fit in a certain space. Your suggestion of one grave 3.3km long is stupid and ignores the witness claims of multiple graves. You are assuming all of the stockpile was piled next to the graves and none of it was taken away, purely because no witness mentions what happened to it. Estimations and assumptions mean opinions.
You like playing the how many graves would fit game, because you think it makes you a player. In fact, it is just some calculations you use to support your argument from incredulity. In the real world, you need evidence.