Post by been_there on Apr 1, 2022 13:24:17 GMT
TURNAGAIN wrote:
I know of three witnesses who give the dimensions of the graves, Rosenberg, Wiernik and Rajchman.
There may be more but those three will suffice.
Rosenberg said that the graves were 6x15x120 meters.
Wiernik said 10x25x50 meters.
Rajchman said that they were 12x30x50 meters with four graves being even larger than that. He gives no dimensions for the larger graves.
Rosenberg's graves would have had to have a stockpile 9.5 meters or 30 feet high.
Wiernik's stockpiles would have been 15.8 meters or 51 feet high.
Rajchman's graves would have required a stockpile 18.97 meters or 61 feet high.
None of these dimensions given were even close to what the M&H dragline could accomplish. We KNOW from both calculation and looking at the photographs of the M&H Mb dragline at work that it was limited to building a stockpile to a maximum of 5.5 meters or 18 (17.88) feet.
The claim that the witnesses just mis-estimated the size of the graves is horse frocky. They LIED about seeing any such graves. That is obvious...
The mystery machine [if these claimed grave sizes were accurate] would have had to build stockpiles up to over 18 meters high (60 feet) all by itself which is utterly ridiculous. The Germans had no equivalent of Big Blue in the 1940s nor would they have wasted the time and expense of moving it into and out of Treblinka to dig some graves.
Then the capacity of the graves have to be considered.
How long would the grave have to be to contain over 700,000 cadavers?
Using Mattogno's estimation of 8 cadavers per cubic meter (a gross mis-estimation) we see that one meter of grave length could contain 240 cadavers. Since there were at least 700,000 cadavers to be buried, divide 700,000 by 240 and we get a grave length of 2,917 meters or 1.8 miles. IOW, the M&H dragline did NOT dig the graves for 700,000 cadavers at Treblinka.
I know of three witnesses who give the dimensions of the graves, Rosenberg, Wiernik and Rajchman.
There may be more but those three will suffice.
Rosenberg said that the graves were 6x15x120 meters.
Wiernik said 10x25x50 meters.
Rajchman said that they were 12x30x50 meters with four graves being even larger than that. He gives no dimensions for the larger graves.
Rosenberg's graves would have had to have a stockpile 9.5 meters or 30 feet high.
Wiernik's stockpiles would have been 15.8 meters or 51 feet high.
Rajchman's graves would have required a stockpile 18.97 meters or 61 feet high.
None of these dimensions given were even close to what the M&H dragline could accomplish. We KNOW from both calculation and looking at the photographs of the M&H Mb dragline at work that it was limited to building a stockpile to a maximum of 5.5 meters or 18 (17.88) feet.
The claim that the witnesses just mis-estimated the size of the graves is horse frocky. They LIED about seeing any such graves. That is obvious...
The mystery machine [if these claimed grave sizes were accurate] would have had to build stockpiles up to over 18 meters high (60 feet) all by itself which is utterly ridiculous. The Germans had no equivalent of Big Blue in the 1940s nor would they have wasted the time and expense of moving it into and out of Treblinka to dig some graves.
Then the capacity of the graves have to be considered.
How long would the grave have to be to contain over 700,000 cadavers?
Using Mattogno's estimation of 8 cadavers per cubic meter (a gross mis-estimation) we see that one meter of grave length could contain 240 cadavers. Since there were at least 700,000 cadavers to be buried, divide 700,000 by 240 and we get a grave length of 2,917 meters or 1.8 miles. IOW, the M&H dragline did NOT dig the graves for 700,000 cadavers at Treblinka.