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Other possibilities, without regard to miraculous causation, would include an ionizing radiation or corona discharge — though some physicists have real problems with this.
The differences, such as the nose on the reverse side which doesn’t show the same extension as the front, are probably completely due to chemical reaction differences, image inhibition by bloodstains, and diffusion of amine reactants if the catalyst or the reactant is gaseous.
Tags: #Ace History2Research ( 31 ), #Ace History News ( 42 ), #History2Research ( 29 ), Chicago Sun-Times, Christianity ( 5 ), Institute of Physics, Jesus ( 5 ), John Dominic Crossan, Marcus Borg, Middle Ages, Turin Shroud, Washington Times The most definitive evidence yet that the Shroud of Turin is not a medieval fake-relic.
This is big stuff, published on a highly respected scientific organizations website, the Institute of Physics, a 37,000 member organization of physicists.
What a world, what a world…”And as a man was being buried, lo, a marauding band was seen and the man was cast into the grave of Eli’sha; and as soon as the man touched the bones of Eli’sha, he revived, and stood on his feet.” — 2 Kg (RSV) No one has come up with anything remotely capable of explaining how a painter from the Middle Ages could have faked this kind of double image Hmmm. What I find funny is that any scientist who looks at the evidence and says, “Nah, it’s a fake,” will be hysterically described as being in hysterical denial.
Much of the current thinking in the Shroud skunkworks is that the correspondance is within the tolerance ranges of gaseous diffusion of heavy amines.
If it is a genuine burial shroud of a 1st century victim of crucifixion, it can almost certainly be inferred that it is Jesus.
Thus far, no one has any idea how the image could have been faked.It is hard to imagine how this could be mechanically or artistically produced.Shroudie The double superficiality of the frontal image of the Turin Shroud Giulio Fanti and Roberto Maggiolo Dipartimento di Ingegneria Meccanica, Università di Padova, Via Venezia 1, 35137 Padova, Italy E-mail: [email protected] 13 October 2003, accepted for publication 12 March 2004 Published 13 April 2004Abstract.Photographs of the back surface of the Turin Shroud were analysed to verify the existence of a double body image of a man.The body image is very faint and the background not uniform; i.e., the signal-to-noise ratio is lower than one.