Hans wrote:In any case, Cat Scan's conclusion1) Bodies cannot be cremated in 15 minutes or even 30 minutes, but less than one hour times are conceivable for incomplete multiple cremations,
can be easily refuted nowadays. Carlo Mattogno himself has found and published in his works that an oven in the crematorium in Theresienstadt was able to cremate one body in 31 min in average. I recall that in the past Revisionists have claimed it would take hours or 1:30 hours or 1 hour at best. Now we are down to 30 min. That's a major progress.
"Easily refuted", I think not. Please give us the exact text of what you claim Mattogno says concerning the supposed crematorium in Theresienstadt in 31 minutes. And who's talking about Theresienstadt anyway?
And of course, you left out what Cat Scan summarizes about the topic of this thread:
Bodies cannot be CREMATED using 3.5 kg of coke, in fact, they cannot even be INCINERATED using 3.5 kg of coke, although, in both cremation ovens and incinerators, combustible material, such as fat, can assist the burning process.