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Are you interested in submitting your own work for possible publication on this website? Mandaglio This article appeared in Radiation Effects & Defects In Solids, Volume 167, Issue 3, 2012 [Dec 2013] Against the Shroud.
Please review our Submission Requirements for detailed instructions. But With Mixed Cards by Emanuela Marinelli - English translation of Contro la Sindone. This is a link to Emanuela's in depth review of Shroud skeptic Andrea Nicolotti's Italian language book, Sindone - Storia e leggende di una reliquia controversa - Einaudi Storia, 2015 - Emanuela's review is available in both English and Italian languages at the above links.
Isabel Piczek is a noted monumental artist and theoretical physicist and a highly respected Shroud researcher.
This presentation was originally delivered at the 1996 Esopus Conference.
Here is the Abstract: "We performed reproducible atomic resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy and Wide Angle X-ray Scanning Microscopy experiments studying for the first time the nanoscale properties of a pristine fiber taken from the Turin Shroud.
We found evidence of biologic nanoparticles of creatinine bounded with small nanoparticles of iron oxide.
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Our results point out that at the nanoscale a scenario of violence is recorded in the funeral fabric and suggest an explanation for some contradictory results so far published." Authentic acid blood mordanted the madder-dyed Shroud of Turin pinkish red before image formation - Jesus was dead by A. Here is just the first sentence of the abstract: "The chemical and physical properties of the Shroud of Turin, both of the non-image background, the image areas, the pinkish red bloodstains and the separate serum, especially their absorbance, fluorescence and FTIR spectra, are described and shown to be evidence for the presence of a pinkish red heme-madder complex, formed by the chemical interaction of authentic acid postmortem blood with yellow madder dye on the cloth before image formation." , this article not only makes an interesting argument for the authenticity of the Shroud, circa 1983, but also provides us with excellent insight into the workings of Shroud science.
Included after the article itself is a Comments section, with a variety of critiques from many noted Shroud researchers.
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Analyzing Radiocarbon Data Using Burr Statistics by Remi Van Haelst [18 July 2011] This article is so specialized and technical, no one on our editorial review committee felt qualified to review it!
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