The Speed of Amazon Censorship, Part II
Again: How long does it take Amazon to ban a book they hate?
Actually, the last test we reported wasn't even finished, because we published the German edition of the same book on that same day, but Amazon Germany was asleep at the helm. They figured out only roughly one week later, hence after three weeks in total, that we have the book out in a German edition as well. However, when they scraped that off their site, they also realized we have a new couple of books out, which they annihilated at the same time. This, too, is an English-German double release we are now proud to announce officially:
Wait, a few words before I do. This new book has been in the pipeline since 2017. In its section on "Coke," it contained some wildly speculative coke-consumption calculations based on a lot of conjectures which were not only based on very shaky ground, but also heavily flawed, arithmetically speaking. So, the book did not pass peer review. Only a short while ago did the author agree to cut out these mathematical speculations, and after we updated the book to four years of further research, here it is in all its glory:
Researchers from the Auschwitz Museum tried to prove the reality of mass extermination by pointing to documents about deliveries of wood and coke as well as Zyklon B to the Auschwitz Camp. If put into the actual historical and technical context, however, as is done by this study, these documents prove the exact opposite of what those orthodox researchers claim.
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