Shroud of turin new carbon dating

06-Jul-2019 08:20

But now I'm not sure if the 1988 carbon dating of it is even authentic now. I know that this website is catholic, but it contains a letter apparently written by Dr Tite, one of the people involved in the 1988 test of the shroud.

The letter contains dr tite asking Jacques Evin to help him find a similar cloth to the one of the shroud of turin :, (again I emphasise this search for a double, a likeness to the Holy Shroud !

No, it means they want something similar to compare the test if the shroud with. I'm sure any reputable independent non-biased facility would be happy to test the shroud to see how old it is.

But say it shows that the blanket is 2000 years old and from the region. That people wrapped bloody people in blankets when they died?

Although I've seen this letter passed around many though websites such this, for example, I'm not entirely sure if this letter is legitimate or not.

But if so then this would show that they do not want to test the actual shroud, for what reason I can think of is that the shroud could actually have some surprising test results that would support the shroud's authenticity.

This device looks at the dark and light parts of an image and uses that to come up with a measure of distance. In other words, if any 1st year art student were to sketch a cube with shadows, the VP8 could assign Z-axis values to it and let you put that in some modeling software to render it in 3D. Lastly, since you mentioned that transferring an image of a face to 2D would cause distortion, I would like to point out that believers claim that the image was caused by an ultra short and ultra bright flash of light.

But since this produced an image, and light typically radiates out in all directions, how did a giant lightbulb not simple zap the whole cloth the same color?

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As you say, I hope that the project will give us an opportunity to meet again.

(That's my theory since it seems many of the men involved were atheist or non-religious which can cause bias) I've also seen numerous other claims such as the 1988 testing violating 14 protocols, and that the piece they tested does not match the actual shroud piece.

Is there any good debunking of this, more importantly, the letter?

Did the tip of the nose shine brighter than his eye lids somehow?

Did the rays of light travel only straight up impossibly?

As you say, I hope that the project will give us an opportunity to meet again.

(That's my theory since it seems many of the men involved were atheist or non-religious which can cause bias) I've also seen numerous other claims such as the 1988 testing violating 14 protocols, and that the piece they tested does not match the actual shroud piece.

Is there any good debunking of this, more importantly, the letter?

Did the tip of the nose shine brighter than his eye lids somehow?

Did the rays of light travel only straight up impossibly?

What about with the close examination on the eyelids of the shroud there is supposedly a small message which some believe it says “y cai” with a staff beneath it.