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25-Aug-2020 01:28

No one has a good idea how front and back images of a crucified man came to be on the cloth.Yes, it is possible to create images that look similar. Caltech Responds To Benford/Marino Claims In my August 16, 2002 update (see below), I included several new Shroud papers by Sue Benford and Joseph Marino, as well as reprinting an article that had originally appeared in Il Messaggero, a major Rome newspaper. Rossman found that the non-contaminated end of the thread dated to 200 AD while the starched end dated to 1200 AD. Furthermore, the Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences has never had FTMS instruments.

In Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy of Lunar and Terrestrial Minerals, C. Rossman GR (1977) Optical absorption spectra of major minerals in Luna 24 sample 24170 (abstract). Even the famous Atheist Richard Dawkins admits it is controversial.

William Meacham, who asked for verification of the details in our paper.

It is important to note that Caltech has refuted our claims without first attempting to contact us seeking verification of our evidence.

I am extremely grateful for finding such a like-minded community of scholars who are supportive and caring.

On October 1, 2002, I received an e-mail letter from Mr. Rossman nor any other group of research on behalf of the Caltech have ever carried out a study on the Shroud or on a sample of thread taken from it." It is our understanding that Caltech has submitted a similar statement for posting on the website.

In Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy of Lunar and Terrestrial Minerals, C. Rossman GR (1977) Optical absorption spectra of major minerals in Luna 24 sample 24170 (abstract). Even the famous Atheist Richard Dawkins admits it is controversial.

William Meacham, who asked for verification of the details in our paper.

It is important to note that Caltech has refuted our claims without first attempting to contact us seeking verification of our evidence.

I am extremely grateful for finding such a like-minded community of scholars who are supportive and caring.

On October 1, 2002, I received an e-mail letter from Mr. Rossman nor any other group of research on behalf of the Caltech have ever carried out a study on the Shroud or on a sample of thread taken from it." It is our understanding that Caltech has submitted a similar statement for posting on the website.

I wish I knew more about it, but it says nothing about the regular process of C14 dating as a procedure, and still less about the conduct of the three official laboratories.