Hannover wrote:Pizzaman wrote:I don't see the relationship between two houses' worth of ashes and pit cremations. What the witnesses say doesn't matter when analysing what is technically possible.
Wrong. What they said does matter.
I suppose you're entitled to your opinion, as I'm entitled to mine. I say that eyewitness reports don't matter when considering what is physically and technically possible. Or would you like to tell me that I somehow miscalculated the ash totals?
I know you would like to run from their ridiculous statements, but the record is clear, which makes you an 'eyewitness" denier.
Whatever. Are you always so rude?
The thoroughly refuted and laughable "eyewitness" statements claim enormous amounts of ash which cannot be shown to exist, Pizzaman. Simple as that. I seriously doubt if your attempted deflection to house sizes will be useful in showing the world the massive amounts of human ashes which are claimed by the Holocaust Industry and the lying "eyewitnesses".
Please tell me if I miscalculated the ash totals.
"They [the Sonderkommando men] put them [the corpses] in front of graves about 20m long, 3m wide and 2.50m.
There were about ten graves ready to receive the martyrs. Parallel to these open graves there were some that had been covered with earth and these extended over about 300 meters […]"
Witness Buki stated :
"We took the trolleys to a grave about 40 meters long and I think about 6 meters wide [240 m2], which was about 100 meters away from the house."
Witness Garbarz said:
"We saw big rectangles traced on the ground twenty or thirty meters wide by fifty or 60 meters long. In one of these rectangles the ground was stained red."
I challenge you to show us the ashes as alleged, Pizzaman.
Those are body totals, not ash totals. Please learn the difference. Give me the ash allegations and we'll go from there.