Yes, I know that scientifically absurd argument. And getting rid of Zyklon-B pellets that would be outgassing for hours is 'quick and reliable', not.Kingfisher wrote:Hannover:
One argument sometimes brought against the gas chambers is precisely that the gas was unnecessary, since the airtight chambers would have lead to suffocation, but the process would be quicker and more reliable if supplemented by a poisonous gas.
I don't know where the writers of this MSDS drew their information from, nor do I know of another source, but it makes sense. At what levels of oxygen deprivation the blue of anoxia would become the overriding factor I do not know.
Not to mention the lack of any heating of the Zyklon which assists in it's speed & effectiveness ... which is mentioned here:
Cymag and Zyklon B.
Quick & reliable & cheap would also apply to plentiful 'producer gas', which the Germans made in abundance which the silly argument avoids.
More on the utter impossibility of the Auschwitz gassings claims here:
Hannover @ D. Keren lies about open 'gas chamber' doors / see IMAGES!
It looks like borjastick just answered the question with:
Therefore, no blue corpses."anoxic" means the total depletion in the level of oxygen