Then you'll know how I feel.
Despite the fact that I went to the trouble of explaining this in language a cauliflower could understand, today the loopy loon comes back with this:
So. 2 possibilities. Either the blood was there but no longer there only its odour (BUT the blood was THERE) or, as it seems to be what is being proposed, the odour of blood wafted into the apartment, just like the cadaver scent with Eddie.
This is one of Textusa's favourite lies.I have never claimed any scent "wafted into" the apartment. Never.
The problem is she simply cannot grasp the concept of residual scent. So I am going to try again.
A woman walks into a room wearing a strong and distinctive perfume. That perfume can still be detected in the air even after she has left. Why? Because the gaseous molecules produced by the scent linger in the air and attach to surfaces.
It is exactly the same with cadaver odour. Or the scent of blood. A dog may alert to the presence of residual scent even though the source of the scent is no longer there.
So could a blood dog alert to residual scent? Yes of course. Does that mean blood was found in the apartment? No, of course not.
I really cannot make that any simpler.
So, both Eddie and Keela detected correctly what they were trained for BUT it was scents that wafted into the apartment! One must ask what good are the dogs for if what they signal can have come, literally, from anywhere?
At no point,ever, have I suggested the dogs alerted to scents ''wafting in'' to the apartment.This is simply a barefaced lie. I challenge Textusa to produce any such claim.
The remainder of her post just illustrates that she is either thicker than a whale in a bap or she is being deliberately duplicitous. It's one or the other
You can parrot "So blood was detected in the apartment" as many times as you like; it won't change the truth
As I stated " Nothing was found which gave a positive reaction for blood."
You are perfectly aware that no-one can make a claim based purely on an uncorroborated dog alert and no confirmed blood was found. You might not like it, but there it is.
As regards your claim about graveyards, please go ahead and show where you think I said it.
JB was spot on about you.You really can't read, can you?
Edited on 1/6/18
If I hadn't read this with my own eyes, I don't think I would have believed it possible.
This is Textusa's reply
We have a major problem here. I can't make up for what appears to be a complete lack of education, which frankly I find worrying as this is the sort of science a primary school child should be able to understand.
The perfume goes on as a liquid. But how does it get from the skin of the wearer to the nose of the observer?
Please try to think. It is scary that you don't understand this
Because the principle is exactly the fucking same
I have NEVER suggested they weren't, you dozy cow
Are you taking the piss?
No. Precisely. I never used that expression, nor would I. YOU used it and then repeatedly lied, saying I had.
Oh my fucking god. What do you understand ''residual scent'' to mean?
The body was there
Then it wasn't
The scent remains.
Other than cracking open the top of your head and inserting a working brain, I am running out of ideas.
What really disgusts me is not that you have absolutely no understanding of the most BASIC science - you can't help the fact that you were raised by wolves - but that not only do you have the fucking brass neck to try to lecture others with your pretendy knowledge, you then lie about it afterwards, accusing me of making up the shit you dragged out of some foetid corner of your twisted psyche.
Normally I wouldn't dream of taking the piss out of someone for being stupid. I'll make an exception for you. Consider it payback for your lies and for lying to your attack hounds that I was Walker, in the hope that they would threaten and harass me. They did, but if you think I give a shit, you are sorely mistaken