Engineer Richard Krege's "excavation" of the Treblinka concentration camp found no bodies, severely undercutting the claim that it was the site of 875,000 mass murders.
In 1999 Australian engineer Richard Krege led a small group to Treblinka for a period of 3 weeks to locate on the camp grounds some of the remains of the bodies said to have been buried around the alleged gas chambers. They used a Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) to view soil composition, and an augur to collect soil samples. GPR is commonly used by different professionals for non-invasive excavation of difficult sites or when physical excavation is not practical.
The GPR used by Krege's team had the ability to take images to about 100 feet but they configured the settings for about 20 feet, giving greater resolution, and exceeding significantly the most likely depth of alleged burials. The device uses radar signals to capture a virtual image of the space under examination.
Using the official maps of the camp, the team sampled large tracts of land in all directions around the camp, yet they failed to find any human remains such as skeletons, bone, ashes, or gold teeth. Likewise, no human disturbances such as building remains, tree stumps, or cavities were found. It is thus nearly impossible that Treblinka was a site of mass extermination.
This physical forensic evidence has not stopped the hoaxsters from making fabulous claims about the site. The story started when some "witnesses" said victims were steamed to death, which then of course turned into gassing by diesel fumes. Friederich Paul Berg demonstrated the near impossibility of death by diesel fumes under the conditions described by the "witnesses".
The "witnesses" also claimed that 875,000 bodies were buried within the camp, but then Heinrich Himmler ordered them exhumed and burned. Since there were no crematoria at Treblinka, the story required that open grills and wood be used to incinerate the bodies, and then grind the bone to dust. If that nonsense doesn't raise the laugh meter, we present a few calculations by graduate engineer Arnulf Neumaier showing the absurdity of the claims of mass extermination.
In order to destroy that many bodies, the Neumaier calculated that 2.7 acres of grills were required, with 13.2 million gallons of gasoline brought on 10 miles worth of railroad stock. If the wood theory is used, equally preposterous quantities of workers, wood, and transport would be required. Given Germany's exhaustion at the time this prodigious feat allegedly occurred, we can only roll our eyes at the assertions. Finally, Neumaier calculated that a mass grave holding 875,000 bodies would require nearly 25 acres, giving Krege more than ample opportunity to find evidence of mass extermination.
And yet there is more from the "witnesses". They claimed that the Germans completely dismantled the entire infrastructure used to burn bodies as the Russians arrived. How the Nazis managed this feat when they were supposedly burning 5833 bodies per day in a 5 month period is beyond comprehension. Yet lies are often unwound on their inattention to details.
The complete absence of any forensic evidence to corroborate the claims of 875,000 dead bodies at Treblinka suggests that the story of the Holocaust is another Jewish lie, thanks to the scientific work of Richard Krege.
Richard Krege, The 1999 Krege Report on the Treblinka Extermination Camp, The Barnes Review, February 10, 2012, accessed online 1/19/2014
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