Blake you said:
Zyklon is proven not to be explosive from its many thousands of fumigations without a single explosion ever (when used properly).
True enough, but those never involved use of massive quantities being used close to high heat emitting crematorium. Those never involved use of massive quantities being released into the open where Jews were supposedly standing around awaiting their turn for "showers.
Those never involved use of massive quantities being allegedly released in the open air thereby endangering German personnel.
This "massive amounts" you speak of is not the point of course. Flammability has to do with concentrations of gas. HCN mixes readily and disperses rapidly in air. That is why there generally isn't much danger of explosion with it (in the scenario we're talking about here) unless you try to shove too much of it into too little a space. Breker does not get this concept. He seems to think that total amount is dangerous and not concentration.
The massive amounts are exactly the point. Yes Zyklon-B releases cyanide gas, which in massive amounts creates the high concentrations which then disperse much more slowly then the amounts used in normal pesticide procedures of lower concentrations. That's just basic logic.
Using massive amounts in order to kill the numbers of Jews alleged per session and given the size of the alleged "gas chambers" would create a perfect storm of "too much into too little a space". Thanks for the quote.
So Mr. Blake, I just demonstrated the facts which you are in denial of.
Now Breker has been told at least 3 times the cause of the explosion in that picture he keeps posting (8% HCN in air by volume). The equivalent to that picture would be the Germans putting tons of Zyklon (by Zyklon weight, with cans - 1/3 to 1/2 of this in HCN weight) into one of the big kremas to outgas for about 15 minutes. Claiming that the Germans put tons of material into the krema, one 13-pound can at a time, IS the ridiculous claim. NOT THAT THAT AMOUNT WOULD RISK EXPLOSION! It is ridiculous to claim that the Germans would do that; and it is ridiculous to mention that it would risk explosion if they HAD done that silly, ridiculous thing.
Again, the cause of the house explosion was cyanide, no doubt about it.
As Mr. Rudolf has said here:
The residents of a house in Los Angeles, California, had to learn this in a quite painful way shortly before Christmas 1947. They had hired the Guarantee Fumigation Company to destroy the termites which threatened to eat up the wooden structure. The pest controllers, however, were apparently not very competent, because when using a container of pressurized HCN to fill the house, which had been wrapped up like a Christmas present, they exceeded safe limits and pumped in too much gas. (Fig. 2). Due to unknown reasons, the mixture of air and HCN, which can be highly explosive under certain circumstances, ignited during the fumigation. The resulting explosion destroyed the entire dwelling.
However, hydrogen cyanide has yet another insidious characteristic: it is highly mobile. This mobility is highly welcome when it comes to killing vermin: Wherever fleas and bugs try to hide, the gas will still reach them! Unfortunately, hydrogen cyanide does not restrict itself to attack vermin. Rather, it indiscriminately seeps into the smallest cracks and even penetrates porous substances such as felt sealing materials and thin walls, thereby leaking into areas where it is not welcome. The failure on the part of disinfestors to ensure that all places to be fumigated are adequately sealed off have been described in toxicological literature:
"Example: J.M., a 21 year old female home decorator, was working in the cellar of the house, the second floor of which was being treated for vermin with cyanide gas. Due to insufficient sealing during fumigation, the gas penetrated the corridors, where it poisoned the disinfestor, and reached the cellar through air shafts. Mrs. M. suddenly experienced an intense itching sensation in her throat followed by headache and dizziness. Her two fellow workers noticed the same symptoms and they all left the cellar. After half an hour, Mrs. M. returned to the cellar whereupon she suddenly collapsed and fell unconscious. Mrs. M. was taken to a hospital together with the unconscious exterminator. Mrs. M. recovered and was released. The exterminator, by contrast, was pronounced dead on arrival."http://vho.org/GB/Books/trr/1.html#ftnref15
I see nothing about your "tons" being used at that house site.
In fact to think of such an absurdity implies that those who caused the problem were literally pumping the stuff into the house from a container as big as the Hindenburg. Very humorous, Mr. Blake. Very costly for the pesticide company.
In fact you yourself said:
Rudolf thinks that over 70-80 times the typical fumigation amount of Zyklon would have had to been laid for the alleged HGC scenario and that that ridiculously large amount might have risked explosion.
And Rudolf also said that the dangers would have been even greater at the alleged site at Auschwitz I. Please review video under discussion.
Again, we are talking about the views of Mr. Rudolf.
And yet again: all of this fails to address the extreme danger of releasing high concentrations of cyanide gas into the air around the alleged sites.
IOW, Dr. Faurisson and Mr. Leuchter are quite correct in saying that the Germans would never have used cyanide in the alleged "gas chambers" at Auschwitz-Birkenau, it's just too dangerous. Also refer to my many previous citations from other sources about the known and widely accepted dangers of cyanide use.
If that was your last post on this then all I can say is thank God. My repeating the same basic facts has become tedious to say the least.