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For a healthy dose of reality regarding cremation possibilities and absurdities, the following videos from Ernst Z are excellent:

Part 1:

Part 2:

Part 3:

Refractory brick as shown by Lagace in Part 1 is actually rather and can even be cut with an ordinary saw quite easily. Such brick is however extremely expensive ($60 per brick versus $1 for ordinary brick) in order to withstand the temperatures with its aluminum oxide and yet, it is also rather delicate--all the more reason to heat Krema muffles carefully, and slowly, and evenly--and to cool them carefully, and slowly, and evenly as well.

These videos convey the technical information extremely well, and quickly. For all his commendable research and vast scholarship, Carlo Mattogno has not provided anything more persuasive than these videos. Ernst Zuendel deserves enormous credit also for what he put together. A crematorium in Japan excused itself recently after the big earthquake by saying that it could only cremate 18 corpses per day to which some exterminationists suggested they must have had only muffle in their crematorium. The testimony in the Zuendel videos suggests they must have two muffles, at the very least.

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It is worth noting in this context that Reder, in his testimony about Belzec, expressly and in various ways stated that the engine’s exhaust gases were not used for murdering the victims. The other crown witness of orthodox historiography for the alleged exhaust gas mass murders in Belzec, the mining engineer Kurt Gerstein, speaks repeatedly of a Diesel engine providing the poisonous gas.17 He as a mining engineer certainly knew to tell a Diesel from a gasoline engine. However, contrary to what Trunk wants us to believe, neither Reder nor Gerstein are reliable witnesses, as both their testimonies are riddled with absurdities andimpossibilities (for details see Mattogno 2004a). I may mention in passing that it is not at all trivial to run a stationary gasoline engine, as they– in contrast to Diesel engines – tend to overheat quickly. They require special cooling devices to be kept operational. Trunk’s last sentence quoted above about the anachronistic reversal to an imperfect method is of course valid. It also applies to the gas van issue. Here the first generation of gas vans consisting of a mixture of makes, models and equipments with usually undefined engine types, some of which may have been gasoline engines, are said to have been replaced with a more sophisticated “second generation” of vans driven by – Diesel engines. This fact is glossed over by Trunk who erroneously or deceptively writes (Morsch/Perz/Ley 2011, p. 37):

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Many of the early studies of memory demonstrated how memories can fail to be accurate records of experiences. Thanks for the articleis there any way I can receive an email whenever you publish a new update. On the permanence of stored information in the human brain. This implies that misleading information may have a greater influence in the lab rather and that Loftus and Palmers study may have lacked ecological validity. A thief stole guns and moneybut was shot six times and died. For this research Bartlett concluded that memory is not exact and is distorted by existing schemaor what we already know about the world. In his famous study War of the GhostsBartlett 1932 showed that memory is not just a factual recording of what has occurredbut that we make effort after meaning. One week later the dependent variable was measured without seeing the film again they answered ten questionsone of which was a critical one randomly placed in the list Did you see any broken glass. There was no broken glass on the original film. As witnessing a real crime is probably more stressful than taking part in an experimentmemory accuracy may well be even more affected in real life. It refers to an account given by people of an event they have witnessed. To reduce this tendency for a juror to quickly accuseand perhaps wrongly accusechoosing to utilize expert psychological testimony causes the juror to critically appraise the eyewitness testimonyinstead of quickly reaching a faulty verdict. The principal methods used by psychological scientists for examining the accuracy of eyewitnesses involve creating events that unsuspecting people witness and then collecting their reports about what they saw. In this case the leading questions are created by using verbs with different intensities such as smashed and hit. The scientific literature on eyewitness testimony that has emerged is an important development in showing the relevance of social science for helping to solve problems in the legal system. The participants knew they were taking part in a psychology experiment. This recollection is used as evidence to show what happened from a witness point of view. Loftus et al 1987 introduced the weapon effectthis suggests that once a weapon is seen by a witnesstheir attention is drawn to it as it is a very frightening experience therefore distracting the witness from the criminals appearancereducing the accuracy of the EWT. Person memory focuses primarily on the identification of perpetrators from lineups and showups as well as facial composites created by witnesses. Misleading questions need not have the same effect as has been found in laboratory studies e.
For examplethe information about the ghosts was omitted as it was difficult to explainwhilst participants frequently recalled the idea of not going because he hadnt told his parents where he was going because that situation was more familiar to them. The participantsin the first group who witnessed a knife covered in blood were less accurate in their eyewitness testimonyshowing that a frightening situation can effecta witnesses recallthe weapon effect. This canthereforeresult in unreliable eyewitness testimony. Despite its ageit remains one of the most cited works in the field and captures many of the core ideas that still hold prominenceespecially the idea of postevent memory malleability. Another core idea that was developed around the same time involved distinguishing between system variables and estimator variables. Studies conducted by Crombag 1996 discovered that in an incident involving a crew attempting to return to the airport but were unable to maintain flight and crashed into an 11 story apartment building. It seemsthereforethat each of us reconstructs our memories to conform to our personal beliefs about the world. One researcher remarkedVery critical sense would have made our subjects realize that the implanted information could not possibly be true. AshburnVirginia The National Transportation Safety Board Academy. The participants in the smashed condition reported the highest speed estimate 40. It showed that when a woman was recalling information about a womanthe resistance to false details was higher and the recall was more accurate. Juries tend to pay close attention to eyewitness testimony and generally find it a reliable source of information. Further research carried out by Buckhout1974 supports the suggestion that eyewitnesses are not particularly good at identifying possible criminalsas whena pursetheft was stagedandtwo lineups were conductedin order to challenge the recall of 52 witnessesonly seven of the participants identified the thief on both of the occasions.
Illustrate your results in either a table or graph. Outline one difference between the responses given between the two experimental groups.

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We also learn from Israeli holocaust historian professor that Jewish prisoners actually joined the march voluntarily. Here is testimony taken from Gutman’s book : from Israel Gutman [editor], People and Ashes: Book Auschwitz - Birkenau, (Merhavia 1957) page 168. In commenting about this passage from Gutman, Gilad Atzmon has said: “”

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