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Sonderaktion 1005 and the weather

Postby Mulegino1 » 5 years 5 months ago (Fri Sep 12, 2014 5:13 pm)

According to that blessed source of enlightenment, “Wikipedia”:

“The Sonderaktion 1005 (English: Special Action 1005), also called Aktion 1005, or Enterdungsaktion (English: Exhumation Action) began in May 1942 during World War II to hide any evidence that people had been murdered by Nazi Germany in Aktion Reinhard in occupied Poland. The operation, which was conducted in strict secrecy from 1942–1944, used prisoners to exhume mass graves and burn the bodies. These work groups were officially called Leichenkommandos ("corpse units") and were all part of Sonderkommando 1005; inmates were often put in chains in order to prevent escape.”
Supposedly, the exhumation and cremation work began in May 1942.

Here is the historical weather report from Lodz for 1942:
Climate LODZ historical weather 1942
Data reported by the weather station: 124650
Latitude: 51.73 | Longitude: 19.4 | Altitude: 190

Data reported by the weather station: 124650
Latitude: 51.73 | Longitude: 19.4 | Altitude: 190
climatic values and annual totals
To calculate annual averages, we analyzed data of 364 days (99.73% of year).
If in the average or annual total of some data is missing information of 10 or more days, this is not displayed.
The total rainfall value 0 (zero) may indicate that there has been no such measurement and / or the weather station does not broadcast.

Data Valor Computed days
Annual average temperature: 7.5°C 364
Annual average maximum temperature: 10.9°C 364
Annual average minimum temperature: 2.9°C 364
Annual average humidity: 75.7% 363
Annual total precipitation: - -
Annual average visibility: 13.3 Km 364
Annual average wind speed: 15.9 km/h 364

To calculate the average temperature used 2046 measurements.
To calculate the average wind speed used 2046 measurements.
Total occurrences
Number of days with extraordinary phenomena.
Total days with rain: 103
Total days with snow: 59
Total days with thunderstorm: 15
Total days with fog: 20
Total days with tornado or funnel cloud: 0
Total days with hail: 1
Days of extreme historical values in 1942
The highest temperature recorded was 32.8°C on September 4.
The lowest temperature recorded was -27.2°C on January 26.
The maximum wind speed recorded was 81.3 km/h on November 29.


For Poznan:

Climate Poznan historical weather 1942
Data reported by the weather station: 123300 (EPPO)
Latitude: 52.41 | Longitude: 16.83 | Altitude: 86
Weather Poznan

Average climatic values and annual totals
To calculate annual averages, we analyzed data of 364 days (99.73% of year).
If in the average or annual total of some data is missing information of 10 or more days, this is not displayed.
The total rainfall value 0 (zero) may indicate that there has been no such measurement and / or the weather station does not broadcast.

Data Valor Computed days
Annual average temperature: 7.1°C 364
Annual average maximum temperature: 11.1°C 364
Annual average minimum temperature: 2.8°C 364
Annual average humidity: 77.1% 364
Annual total precipitation: - -
Annual average visibility: 7.6 Km 363
Annual average wind speed: 16.3 km/h 364

To calculate the average temperature used 2720 measurements.
To calculate the average wind speed used 2720 measurements.
Total occurrences
Number of days with extraordinary phenomena.
Total days with rain: 120
Total days with snow: 61
Total days with thunderstorm: 12
Total days with fog: 40
Total days with tornado or funnel cloud: 0
Total days with hail: 2
Days of extreme historical values in 1942
The highest temperature recorded was 32.2°C on August 30.
The lowest temperature recorded was -21.1°C on January 25.
The maximum wind speed recorded was 81.3 km/h on November 29.

Source: http://www.tutiempo.net/en/Climate/Pozn ... 123300.htm and
Here: http://www.tutiempo.net/en/Climate/LODZ/1942/124650.htm


I am assuming that there are not huge climactic differences between these two locations and the area along the Bug River, and that Eastern Poland did not experience a terrible drought or intense global warming during the period from 1943-1944.

(Unfortunately I have not been unable to locate the tables for Lublin and Warsaw)

These figures give an overall mean of 111.5 rainy days, 60 days with snow, and 30 days of fog. How practical would it have been to keep the enormous outdoor cremation operation going on in the face of such a climate?

One can just imagine the soggy horrors of drying out pyres, excavated mass graves filling with water and the time needed for the firewood (and the corpses) to dry out.

That human fat must have had miraculous combustible properties!
Of course, there is the alternative (which is consistent with common sense, and the utter lack of physical evidence) that the mass excavations and outdoor cremations simply did not happen.

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Re: Sonderaktion 1005 and the weather

Postby Atigun » 5 years 5 months ago (Sun Sep 14, 2014 4:40 pm)

Very nice bit of research, Mulegino. It does seem, though, that Wiki is at variance with Wiernik about the date of the order to commence exhumations and cremations. IIRC, in Wiernik's version, exhumations/cremations began in early March, 1943. Has there been another correction in the official narrative? Is, "A Year In Treblinka" being brushed into the memory hole in favor of a new and improved tale of woe?

That aside, this seems to be another case of the hoaxers ignoring the practicalities of their fantasies. Once the impossibilities are exposed, the claims are swept down the memory hole and are replaced by a new narrative that has always been the true story.

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Re: Sonderaktion 1005 and the weather

Postby Mulegino1 » 5 years 5 months ago (Sun Sep 14, 2014 8:22 pm)

Atigun wrote:Very nice bit of research, Mulegino. It does seem, though, that Wiki is at variance with Wiernik about the date of the order to commence exhumations and cremations. IIRC, in Wiernik's version, exhumations/cremations began in early March, 1943. Has there been another correction in the official narrative? Is, "A Year In Treblinka" being brushed into the memory hole in favor of a new and improved tale of woe?

That aside, this seems to be another case of the hoaxers ignoring the practicalities of their fantasies. Once the impossibilities are exposed, the claims are swept down the memory hole and are replaced by a new narrative that has always been the true story.


Thanks for the headsup.

In deference to the always credible and entirely trustworthy :wink: :roll: reliable Wiernik, I'll try to find the information for 1943!

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Re: Sonderaktion 1005 and the weather

Postby Mulegino1 » 5 years 5 months ago (Sun Sep 14, 2014 8:36 pm)

Atigun wrote:Very nice bit of research, Mulegino. It does seem, though, that Wiki is at variance with Wiernik about the date of the order to commence exhumations and cremations. IIRC, in Wiernik's version, exhumations/cremations began in early March, 1943. Has there been another correction in the official narrative? Is, "A Year In Treblinka" being brushed into the memory hole in favor of a new and improved tale of woe?

That aside, this seems to be another case of the hoaxers ignoring the practicalities of their fantasies. Once the impossibilities are exposed, the claims are swept down the memory hole and are replaced by a new narrative that has always been the true story.


Here are the figures for 1943:

Climate Poznan historical weather 1943
Data reported by the weather station: 123300 (EPPO)
Latitude: 52.41 | Longitude: 16.83 | Altitude: 86
Weather Poznan

• •
Average climatic values and annual totals
To calculate annual averages, we analyzed data of 365 days (100% of year).
If in the average or annual total of some data is missing information of 10 or more days, this is not displayed.
The total rainfall value 0 (zero) may indicate that there has been no such measurement and / or the weather station does not broadcast.

Data Valor Computed days
Annual average temperature: 9.1°C 365
Annual average maximum temperature: 13.3°C 365
Annual average minimum temperature: 4.7°C 364
Annual average humidity: 74.6% 362
Annual total precipitation: - -
Annual average visibility: 9.4 Km 364
Annual average wind speed: 21.4 km/h 365

To calculate the average temperature used 2771 measurements.
To calculate the average wind speed used 2771 measurements.
Total occurrences
Number of days with extraordinary phenomena.
Total days with rain: 137
Total days with snow: 27
Total days with thunderstorm: 6
Total days with fog: 64
Total days with tornado or funnel cloud: 0
Total days with hail: 5


Climate LODZ historical weather 1943
Data reported by the weather station: 124650
Latitude: 51.73 | Longitude: 19.4 | Altitude: 190

• •
Average climatic values and annual totals
To calculate annual averages, we analyzed data of 362 days (99.18% of year).
If in the average or annual total of some data is missing information of 10 or more days, this is not displayed.
The total rainfall value 0 (zero) may indicate that there has been no such measurement and / or the weather station does not broadcast.

Data Valor Computed days
Annual average temperature: 8.8°C 362
Annual average maximum temperature: 12.8°C 361
Annual average minimum temperature: 4.3°C 359
Annual average humidity: 77.9% 356
Annual total precipitation: - -
Annual average visibility: 9.2 Km 361
Annual average wind speed: 17.7 km/h 362

To calculate the average temperature used 2328 measurements.
To calculate the average wind speed used 2328 measurements.
Total occurrences
Number of days with extraordinary phenomena.
Total days with rain: 130
Total days with snow: 40
Total days with thunderstorm: 14
Total days with fog: 43
Total days with tornado or funnel cloud: 0
Total days with hail: 2

For 1943 this comes to a mean of 133.5 rainy days and 33.5 days with snow.

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Re: Sonderaktion 1005 and the weather

Postby Mulegino1 » 5 years 3 months ago (Tue Oct 28, 2014 6:48 pm)

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/rainstorm-h ... wildfires/

ByAMY CLARKCBS/APMay 17, 2007, 7:24 AM

Rainstorm Helps Quench N.J. Wildfires

Smoke from a forest fire continues to rise in the late afternoon in the South Jersey pine barrens before rain began to fall in Little Egg Harbor Township, N.J., Wednesday, May 16, 2007. By 6 p.m., the fire had burned about 13,500 acres, or almost 20 square miles, according to Maris Gabliks, chief of the New Jersey Forest Fire Service. (AP Photo/Mike Derer) AP PHOTO/MIKE DERER

Rain reduced a 22-square-mile wildfire near a bombing range to mostly smoldering brush Thursday, but fire officials warned that the flames could rekindle if the wind picks up.

"A fire this big we're not going to be able to put out," said Bert Plante, a division fire warden for the New Jersey Forest Fire Service. "What we want to do today is push everything deep enough in so that if anything happens, it won't matter."

Firefighters were using bulldozers Thursday to plow through smoldering areas and extinguish hot spots.

The fire, which started Tuesday after a military jet dropped a flare on the range, had sent walls of flames 80 to 100 feet high racing toward nearby senior citizen communities. Residents grabbed their pets and fled.

Only two minor injuries and no deaths have been attributed to the fire, but five homes in two senior citizen housing developments were destroyed, and 13 homes were damaged, officials said. About 6,000 people were initially evacuated, and some 500 remained in shelters overnight, authorities said.

Plante said crews should be able to get into the heart of the fire Thursday. He cautioned, though, that the fire could spread again if the temperature and winds pick up.

Dry conditions had fed the fire as it spread from the Warren Grove Gunnery Range, a 9,400-acre expanse of scrub pine used for military bombing practice. Lt. Col. James Garcia, a spokesman for the New Jersey Air National Guard, said the fire was believed to have been started with a flare dropped from one an F-16 fighter jet and an investigation was under way.

The range, about 25 miles north of Atlantic City, was also involved in the accidental strafing in 2004 of an elementary school during a training exercise.

Across the nation, it's been a busy fire season. The combination of low humidity, high winds and dry woods have not only spawned fires in New
Jersey, but also California, Arizona, Florida, Minnesota and Georgia, reports CBS News correspondent Randall Pinkston.

Firefighters continued to battle a massive fire along the Florida-Georgia state line, where more than 700 homes were evacuated.

In northern Minnesota, some residents were being allowed to check on their homes along the Gunflint Trail, where a fire has burned more than 117 square miles of Minnesota and Canada. More than 60 homes have been destroyed, but two days of wet, cool weather have helped firefighters make progress.

Near Payson, Arizona, a much smaller wildfire forced a few dozen people to evacuate homes on Thursday. Authorities believe the fire, which started Sunday, was human-caused.
© 2007 CBS Interactive Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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I've run into quite a few believers online who simply ignore the physical fact that the rain can diminish, retard, or even extinguish enormous conflagrations consuming only dry brush and tinder, and contend that the relatively cool weather and frequent precipitation of Poland during 1943 could not possibly have served as a hindrance to the cremation pyres of Aktion 1005!

"The year, 1943; the place, a concentration camp in Eastern Poland. Two men, one German, one Ukrainian, are about to start a fire- a fire whose likes have never yet been seen by man. There's a signpost up ahead. Your next stop, the Holo-Zone!"

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Re: Sonderaktion 1005 and the weather

Postby Dresden » 5 years 3 months ago (Tue Oct 28, 2014 8:36 pm)

Mulegino1 said:

"The year, 1943; the place, a concentration camp in Eastern Poland. Two men, one German, one Ukrainian, are about to start a fire- a fire whose likes have never yet been seen by man. There's a signpost up ahead. Your next stop, the Holo-Zone!"

Good Rod Serling imitation! :D
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Re: Sonderaktion 1005 and the weather

Postby Mulegino1 » 4 years 7 months ago (Fri Jul 03, 2015 1:58 pm)

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/s ... ontainment

California King fire toll exceeds $50m as firefighters welcome wet weather
Rain helps more than 8,000 firefighters contain blaze, which is one of 5,000 to have erupted in state this year
In pictures: California wildfire leaves destruction in its wake
You tell us: how have wildfires have changed your life?

Flames from a controlled burn engulf a hillside as a firefighter watches while fighting the King Fire. Photograph: Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP
Associated Press in Placerville

Thursday 25 September 2014 14.50 EDTLast modified on Friday 3 October 2Wet weather was helping firefighters gain control of a massive wildfirethreatening thousands of homes in the Sierra Nevada foothills of California, authorities said Thursday.
The King fire, burning east of Sacramento, grew slightly overnight to nearly 150 square miles. But containment also increased and now tops 40%, according to theCalifornia department of forestry and fire prevention.
The rain will “will bring up the humidity, bring the flames down a little, and give the firefighters more opportunity to do more direct fire lines”, CalFire spokesman Jerry Rohnert said.
The rainy weather, which is much needed in drought-stricken California, was expected to continue through Saturday. It should help contain the fire but could also lead to mudslides that could make firefighting more dangerous, Rohnert said.


Comment: Of course, this is simply common sense. "Wet weather diminishes wildfires, and sometimes even extinguishes them." But according to Holocaust logic, the wet weather in Eastern Poland did not impede the huge cremation pyres, Natural processes themselves must give way to the iron necessity of Holocaust tautology.


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