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Bodies do not burn into ashes- photos

Postby trevor » 8 years 5 months ago (Sat Feb 12, 2011 3:13 pm)

Bodies do not burn into ashes. Look how many remains are left after burning human bodies:

To see the photos, type the photo number here:
http://digitalassets.ushmm.org/photoarc ... talog.aspx


Remains from the concentration camp crematoria:

Survivors sitting next to a pile of human remains shoveled from the crematorium in Buchenwald. Photograph #11135A


Human remains of prisoners found near the crematorium at the Dachau concentration camp. Photograph #49658


Remains from the concentrationcamp open pyres :

While on an inspection tour of the newly liberated Ohrdruf concentration camp, General Dwight Eisenhower and a party of high ranking U.S. Army officers, including Generals Bradley, Patton, and Eddy, view the charred remains of prisoners that were burned upon a section of railroad track during the evacuation of the camp.. Photograph #77811

While on an inspection tour of the newly liberated Ohrdruf concentration camp, American soldiers view the charred remains of prisoners that were burned upon a section of railroad track during the evacuation of the camp. Photograph #74589

The charred remains of prisoners burned by the Germans before the liberation of the Maly Trostinets concentration camp. Photograph #71947


Here is a detailed photo of bone fragments after a cremation of one human body:
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_DxwmpS-8H4c/T ... C_0546.JPG


How many remains after a cremation:
“U.S. sample being 5.3 lbs (approx. 2.4 kg) for adults (range 2 to 8 lbs/900 g to 3.6 kg). This is distributed bimodally, with the mean being 6 lbs (2.7 kg) for men (range 4 to 8 lbs/1.8 kg to 3.6 kg) and 4 lbs (1.8 kg) for women (range 2 to 6 lbs/900 g to 2.7 kg). In this sample, generally all adult cremated remains over 6 lb (2.7 kg) were from males, and those under 4 lb (1.8 kg) were from females.”


If wood was used, lots of wood ashes remain as well.

So where are all the remains from 5-6 million Jews?


from Yitzhak Arad’s book - BELZEC, SOBIBOR, TREBLINKA - (chapter 23) - The Erasure of the Crimes: “The camp command was confronted with the problem of disposing of the large piles of ash and bits of bone that remained… Ultimately it was decided to dump the ash and bits of bone into the ditches that had previously held the bodies and to cover them with a thick layer of sand and dirt… [Eyewitness] Abraham Goldfarb relates: …’we secretly placed in the walls of the graves whole skeletons and we wrote on scraps of paper what the Germans were doing at Treblinka. We put the scraps of paper into bottles, which we placed next to the skeletons. Our intention was that if one day someone looked for traces, they could indeed be found.’”


Neither the Polish investigation from November 1945 nor the Soviet one from August 1944 found any mass graves in Treblinka II. It should not be so hard. The whole camp was just 15 hectares and the alleged mass graves (with remains of 870 thousands victims)
were in a specific area of that 15 hectare camp ( as described by the witnesses).

Concerning throwing the bone fragments of 1 million gassed inmates into a river in Auschwitz area. Loading and transporting tons of bone fragments is difficult to hide. Lots of bone fragments would likely be sooner or later drifted ashore.Look how meandrine the Sola, Vistula and Przemska rivers in Auschwitz are:
http://www.globalsecurity.org/intell/li ... tz19-3.jpg

And since I have seen bone fragments can float, it is quite likely that many of the cremated bone fragments actually float.
Cremation dries the bones out and bones in general are porous:
http://anthropology.si.edu/writteninbon ... /A0281.jpg

Significant part of wood ashes float as well.

And if you throw the bone fragments in the fields everybody will see it there. Bones last long.
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Re: Bodies do not burn into ashes- photos

Postby Cloud » 8 years 5 months ago (Sat Feb 12, 2011 4:58 pm)

Lots of bone fragments would likely be sooner or later drifted ashore and since I have seen bone fragments can float, it is quite likely that many of the cremated bone fragments actually float.

Take a look at some of the cremation videos on YouTube. Notice all that gray debris floating in the water following the open air cremation as well as the amount of wood needed to cremate the corpse:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFNKdMSl2A0[/youtube]

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Re: Bodies do not burn into ashes- photos

Postby PotPie » 8 years 4 months ago (Tue Feb 15, 2011 10:32 pm)

The amount of time in reality compared to the amount of time in the minds of fevered partisans should alone be more than enough to debunk the cremation stories.

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Re: Bodies do not burn into ashes- photos

Postby Anders » 8 years 4 months ago (Thu Feb 17, 2011 7:20 pm)

"A Red Cross worker examining the skeletal remains of an inmate, found inside a crematory oven in the Buchenwald camp. Photographed in 1945. "

http://iis.infocenters.co.il/gfh/multim ... _1_web.jpg



"American soldiers in the Buchenwald camp, standing beside a pile of bones on the grounds of one of its crematorium buildings. Photographed in April 1945, following the camp's liberation."

http://iis.infocenters.co.il/gfh/multim ... _1_web.jpg



Trevor

Bones last long


yes, they sure do Trevor:

"Two skeletons nearly 2 million years old and unearthed in South Africa... The two new fossils were found in a pit..."

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/04/ ... 4925.shtml



It sure was foolish of those evil Nazis to put all those millions and millions of pounds of bones and teeth into 54 "enormous pits" that could easily be found and examined for millions of years to come. Oh wait, I'm sorry, according to the hoaxers, they've already been found. My bad. Perhaps one of the hoaxers that lurk around here can fill us in on the claimed archaeological investigations? Maybe even share a photo of one of the alleged unearthed "huge mass graves" showing all those teeth and bones?

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Re: Bodies do not burn into ashes- photos

Postby Anders » 8 years 4 months ago (Sat Feb 19, 2011 1:04 pm)

Trevor

Bodies do not burn into ashes. Look how many remains are left after burning human bodies:



How right you are Trevor. And here is yet another example. This one from Dachau:


"The crematorium in the Dachau camp. Inside the crematory ovens are the skeletal remains of victims."

http://iis.infocenters.co.il/gfh/multim ... _1_web.jpg



Please notice the phrase "skeletal remains." Not "ashes," but "skeletal remains." (Even the fragile rib bones are intact.)


BTW, the silence from the hoaxters here is deafening, isn't it?

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Re: Bodies do not burn into ashes- photos

Postby Dolma » 5 years 6 months ago (Sat Jan 04, 2014 8:20 pm)

Anders

BTW, the silence from the hoaxters here is deafening, isn't it?


It sure is. As the N.A.F.H. website says:

NOTE: You do understand that even modern cremation ovens do not reduce bodies to “ashes,” but rather to - BONES AND TEETH - right? Disingenuously referring to the alleged cremated remains as “ashes” rather than correctly referring to them as bone fragments and teeth is a crucial component of this malicious, criminally fraudulent - big-lie / cognitive illusion.


http://nafcash.com/

I've also noticed that the deceitful hoaxers always use the word "incineration" rather than cremation and "ashes" rather than skeletal remains.
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