Post by Charles Traynor on Oct 19, 2022 19:01:08 GMT
Thank you for posting that video, Scott. I really had no idea just how long gasifier engines had been in use and how much research by many gifted individuals had gone into refining the technology over the years.
Fritz Berg was spot on when he said the Germans would have used producer gas if they intended to gas the Jews to death. The people of the period were familiar with the technology and would have known the CO produced by these engines was deadly. It is obvious the SS would have purchased locally produced cheap off the shelf Holzgas engines for their “gas chambers” if mass genocide was their plan. Instead the official narrative has us believe ludicrous tales of the Germans transporting captured Soviet submarine engines hundreds of kilometers inland and of Red Army diesel tank engines with little or no spare parts being used instead of the simple to use Holzgas engine.
When not carefully designed and used, there exists considerable potential for injury or death due to wood gas containing a large percentage of poisonous carbon monoxide (CO) gas. Wood gasifiers of proven design and thoroughly tested construction are considered safe to use outdoors, or in a partially enclosed space, for example, under a shelter open to the air on two sides; they may also be considered relatively safe to use in an extremely well ventilated (e.g. negative pressure) indoor area not connected to any indoor area used for sleeping, equipped with redundant (more than 1), completely independent, battery-powered, regularly tested carbon-monoxide gas detectors. However, prudence must dictate that any sort of experimental wood gasifier design or new construction be thoroughly tested outdoors, and only outdoors, with a "buddy" at all times, and with constant vigilance for any sign of headache, drowsiness, or nausea, as these are the first symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning.