(02-13-2014, 11:37 PM)Softy Wrote:(02-13-2014, 09:32 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:Quote:The history of the shroud from the 15th century is well recorded. In 1532, the shroud suffered damage from a fire in the chapel where it was stored. A drop of molten silver from the reliquary produced a symmetrically placed mark through the layers of the folded cloth.
I wonder if the marks can be reproduced exactly as mentioned above?
from the link:::
Garlaschelli received funding for his work by an Italian association of atheists and agnostics but said it had no effect on his results.
too funny US,,,that is a good one,,,
yeah,,,article is 2009,,,he needs to get up to date,,,and will need to
reproduce the Shroud in the new carbon dated period of 300 BC to 400 AD,,,
hey,,,maybe he can get more money,,,oh and there is no pigment on the Shroud,,,
so,,,he will need to get out his period laser or something,,,
and add the right dirt,,,and pollen,,,and right linen,,,and blood,,,and wounds,,,
if he wants to reproduce the Shroud...
Of course reproducing it has inherent problems, because you can't reproduce something that old. I just wondered if folding a similar cloth and dropping molten silver on it could create a symmetrical design.