Zulu wrote:In fact, if that study pretends to be of some relevance, and it is WHAT is actually in the holes which matters more than to learn that some holes were made sometime as we already know.
It's not just what's in them that matters, but how big they are. The holes she found - apparently the same ones the Poles found or created in 1945 - are only big enough in volume to have held a fraction of the 700,000+ bodies that are alleged to have been buried there.
She didn't prove or disprove that there are bodies in the relatively small ground disturbances she found. But she did prove, based on their size, that it is impossible for there to have been 700,000+ bodies buried and exhumed in/from them. The standard history, as maintained by Yitzhak Arad, Hilberg, etc., of 700,000+ burials/exhumations is false, regardless of what is in the holes - even if they are, or were, filled to their maximum capacity with bodies.
In other words; Size matters.