Atigun wrote:Here's a quote from CS-C's preliminary report at Nessie's link to, http://blogs.staffs.ac.uk/archaeology/p ... tion-camp/
"Structural remains of the Old Gas Chamber buried beneath approximately 1m of demolition rubble and artefacts"
So, Nessie claims that the Treblinka totenlager was covered with at least 6 feet of sand and CS-C says 1 meter that includes, "demolition rubble and artefacts." That's taken from the photo of the excavation showing soil and some unidentified objects. The problem being that even if the Treblinka II totenlager's grade is raised by only 1 meter, that's still a little over 48,500 m^3 (48,564 m^3) of fill to cover the 12 acres of the alleged totenlager.
One of the real problems for the exterminationists and their witnesses is that they don't ever take a minute to ask themselves, "Is that actually possible?" I know what it takes to raise grade on roads/building sites and trying to do so with just some draglines isn't going to get the job done.
mmmhhh perhaps it's not a homicidal gas chamber, but just a smashed down old building. But for the devout Holocaustian every item ever found becomes proof for their narrative. And if they find nothing? Then that's proof that the fiendish Nazis made the evidence vanish.
Except for being ideologically blinded one problem of Holocaust believers (including "experts") is that they lack technical understanding. It even seems that they view that as something too blue collar and beneath their "expertise" or academic dignity to deal with.
But real science has to work empirical and logical - so deal with it.