Shroud of turin fake carbon dating

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During this time, numerous people called up the scientists and wrote letters to them about what was wrong with the carbon dating. One day in August 2001, Sue Benford and Joe Marrino, members of the Lunatic Fringe, asked the right question.These people were called “the lunatic fringe” because everything they said didn’t make any sense. Sue Benford was a nurse who had been watching TV in 1997 and heard of the Shroud for the first time. But she was convinced by the evidence that the Shroud was real.THE 2005 CONCLUSIONS Shroud enthusiasm is restored. 2014: WHERE THE DATA STANDS Best guess according to science 2005-2014, with the knowledge of physics, the knowledge of chemistry, the knowledge of photographic principles, of how the image got on the Shroud.Characteristics to explain: One of the issues that must be considered in any theory of how the image in the Shroud was formed is that the body was laid in the Shroud with the Shroud draped tightly.The space and the tufts of the cotton were closer and tighter on the left side than they were on the right side of the piece, where the cotton was more scraggly and beat up.The “alleyways” between the cotton on the left side were skinnier as opposed to the right side where they were thicker, bigger, and wider. She developed a theory that what was actually sent for carbon dating was from a medieval patch job, part 100% cotton mixed with linen that was from before the date proposed by the carbon dating.

All studies and research of it shut down for 13 years.Her husband, Joe Marrino, had been a Shroud fan since 1977. So for one to two years, she collected copies of photographs of the piece of cloth that the carbon dating was done on. What she noticed in 2001 (that was published in 2008) was that the cotton threads of the piece of cloth that the carbon dating was done on had differences from one side to the other.What was on the right side was different than what was on the left.His physical atoms turned into energy and went somewhere.We’re not going to figure out exactly how that happened, but we sure know how that event affected the Shroud’s surface. The preponderance of the evidence, enough to convict somebody in a court of law, is overwhelming. Is this a fake because carbon dating said that it was made in the middle ages?

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