Mr. Blake posted:
The Germans fumigated an awful lot of times with Zyklon BECAUSE of the "practically no risk of explosion". As Rudolf mentioned in his video, any explosion risks he is referring to would only be a footnote to the fact that he is claiming a ridiculously large amount of Zyklon would be needed to ensure a 3 minute death of each person in a very large room. The possible explosion risk is ONLY because you'd need to use 100s of times more Zyklon than would be necessary in a smaller room outgassing longer (or of course setting up conditions for larger outgassing rate and/or quicker mixing of the evaporated HCN in the room's air - as with a fan).
The ridiculous amount of Zyklon is the pertinent thing being claimed. Any explosion risk from this is just a footnote barely even worth mentioning. Focusing on the explosion risk is completely missing the point. It's as if I told you that I could run 10,000 mph for 10 seconds and you focused on what that would do to my shoes! Claiming I can run 10,000 mph is the extraordinary claim. It's just silly what you are saying.
Leuchter was off by a factor of 20 in what he thought the LEL of HCN to be (.32% vs 6%).
Again, your "practically
no risk of explosion" means there was some
risk of explosion. A risk that would have been increased at Auschwitz I, per Mr. Rudolf.
Indeed, the Germans did fumigate a lot, but under much less dangerous conditions and not with the huge quantities that would have been necessary under the extermination fraud.
Mr. Leuchter and Dr. Faurisson were quite aware of different conditions and the vast quantities that would have been in play had the "extermination" claim been factual. They rightly realized that the Germans would never have risked such a foolish endeavor.
Yes, we know that explosion is generally
only a risk when using large amounts, but as shown again & again accidents do happen.
In fact, Murphy's Law says they will happen if there's even a possibility.
I also refer to my previous references on the dangers of cyanide explosions even when simply fumigating.
You said that "focusing on the explosion risk is completely missing the point
Really? Ask the owners of this house about that.
What you are saying is simply in denial of logic and risk aversion strategies. To think that the risk of accidents would not logically be considered when dealing with massive amounts of cyanide under dangerous conditions is rather more than "silly".
Mr. Berg blew it on this, he must learn to get over it.