Assessing witness evidence, credibilty & truthfulness May 11, 2022 10:39:12 GMT
Post by Nessie on May 11, 2022 10:39:12 GMT
Yes. If you were asked to estimate the size of something, that you last saw decades ago, you would not get its dimensions precisely.
Pressure issues didn't apply at Treblinka. Neither do the laws of thermodynamics don't apply to the cremations at Treblinka. I just can't work out how the impossibilities actually occurred.
Yes, you are not as bright as you think you are, hence the childish, stupid comment about pressure issues not applying. Of course they do, and the Germans knew a hinged vent would solve pressure issues. They also worked out the minimum amount of wood needed to get decomposed corpses to burn, which is not surprising, since they were clever than you are.
I don't account for the "mistakes", the "exaggerations" and I take what the witnesses said far to "literally".
Yes you do, hence, despite both Blake and myself explaining to you that a hermetically sealed chamber cannot have gas pumped into it, so obviously the witnesses did not mean the entire chamber was a hermetic seal, you don't understand.
I don't even consider the "what ifs" and the "coulda woulda". Ya' gotta' be "flexible" to believe in the holyhoax.
You are flexible, filling the gaps in our knowledge, claiming a specific type of excavator was used, when no witness said it was and your remarkable claim that the Nazis could not dig big pits in a camp next to a quarry!!!
Sorry, but just because you are not clever enough to work out how gas chambers would function with hermetic seals around the doors, does not mean no one can. Your arrogance is your downfall.