and that's why Mattogno is not considered a scientist.
Yeah, sure. Just like a German court ruled that Rudolfs expert report was unscientific. As if a judge could decide that without even trying to call for a counter expert report, without asking any other experts / chemists and without allowing Rudolf to defend his claims.
it is entirely not scientific to compare a grave elsewhere with different composition of corpses and made under different circumstances and intentions with the mass graves for murdered victims in Belzec. it is comparing oranges and apples.
Let me guess, why. Because of the Singularity(TM)?
Why would a mass grave in Belzec be fundamentally different from any other mass grave? What you're saying is that the laws of nature don't apply to the "holocaust". I assume that mass graves share certain similarities. It may be possible that the number of children, women and older people was larger and therefore the average size and weight of these persons could have been smaller. But it is not possible to assume that this reduction in size / weight automatically leads to your figures of 15 corpses per cubic meter. It's a logical fallacy to assume that because s.th. could be theoretically possible, that this is a valid assumption for a real-world mass grave average of corpses per cubic meter.
so if Mattogno mentions alleged 1,4 corpses per cm³ in a mass grave in a work camp according to a soviet sources, than this is clearly not even near to an attempt of a well packed mass grave and has no relevance whatsoever for the mass graves in Belzec extermination camp.
1,4 corpses per cm³
I guess that's a typo.
Mattogno compared the number of corpses per cubic meter from several mass grave sites. That's the most realistic approach. You try to find out what is possible under real-world-conditions. What you get is a range between a maximum and a minimum density. If your claim strongly deviates from this average you need very convincing arguments, that is, physical proof.
A scientific theory remains a theory as lang as someone tries to prove or falsify the theory in a scientific experiment. That's why car builders don't trust in their computer simulations, they make real crash-tests. You claim (according to Provan) that such and such a number of corpses fits into one cubic meter. That's a claim, a proposal, a theory. And it will remain a claim or theory as long as you or anyone else proves, either with an experiment or with a similar acknowledged, undisputed and well-researched mass grave, the validity of this claim.
according to a soviet sources
Do you want to imply that soviet sources are not credible?
it can also be shown that only jews not fit work were sent to Belzec:
"It would be expedient to divide the transports of Jews arriving in the Lublin district at the station of origin into employable and unemployable Jews. If it is not possible to make this distinction at the departure station, then the transport will have to be divided in Lublin in the manner mentioned above. All unemployable Jews are to come to Bezec [sic] the outermost border station in the Zamosz district."
(memo of goverment official Fritz Reuter, March 17, 1942)
You really have a non-sequitur problem.
What you have is an alleged "memo" of a "government official". Let's assume the memo is genuine. In this memo Mr. Fritz Reuter expresses a wish. Or a kind of advice: "It would be expedient..."
It's a non sequitur to assume, without further proof, that someone fulfilled his wish. You may find that pedantic, but I remind you that we are dealing with a grave accusation. It seems to be your modus operandi to cherry-pick a few vague quotes and concoct them into a - in your view meaningful - chain of evidence. With exactly the same kind of reasoning I can prove that witchcraft did happen and that witch trials were fair and justified. Your "chain of evidence" falls apart as soon as even only one piece of your evidence is wrong. Only one part of your Nazi-quotes that you use needs to be either a forgery or out of context, and your whole chain of evidence falls apart.
Imagine someone wanted to prove the reality of alien abductions. And all he would come up with was a few "government documents" and "eye-witness testimonies". Go to youtube and search for "alien abductions". There are plenty of "eye-witness" testimonies. Would you accept all this as evidence? Probably not. Nobody in their right mind accepts evidence like that. Scientists want physical evidence. All the "eye-witnesses" are either liars or need psychological help. No serious scientist believes in alien abductions precisely because of the total lack of any credible physical evidence. And that's the problem of your fellow holocult believers. Total lack of any credible physical evidence. And it gets even better. Anyone who challenges this laughable story can find himself in a prison cell in several western countries. That's why no serious scientist who has studied the holocaust claims believes in this nonsense.
so we have 430000 people deported to Belezc according to german police --> we know they were jews not fit for work according to german goverment official --> we know they were liquidated according to german goverment official --> case shown.
so we have thousands of witches who were convicted for witchcraft --> we know that witchcraft exists --> we have eyewitnesses who saw how the witch performed her diabolical deeds --> we have a confession from the witch--> case shown.
The difference between medieval times and modern science is that today we know the value of physical evidence.
Thanks Germania, I really appreciate your help.
Btw, in your chain of evidence you totally omit all the contradictions and physical impossibilities. Even if we assume that all the claims of Diesel engines are the result of an unfortunate misunderstanding and the Nazis really used gasoline engines, it is very strange that the "eye-witnesses" describe the skin-color of the victims with all kinds of colors, except cherry-red, which is so typical of fatal carbon monoxide poisoning. I could go on and on about all the problems of the claims regarding mass gassings at the Aktion Reinhardt camps, but they have been covered here in depth in other threads.