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Fire damage He says he was originally dubious of untested claims that the 1988 sample was taken from a re-weave."It was embarrassing to have to agree with them," Mr Rogers told the BBC News website.A research paper published in Thermochimica Acta suggests the shroud is between 1,300 and 3,000 years old.The author dismisses 1988 carbon-14 dating tests which concluded that the linen sheet was a medieval fake.It was this material that was responsible for an invalid date being assigned to the original shroud cloth, he argues.
This website focuses on the latest dating challenges of the Shroud of Turin.
Linick(1946-4 June 1989) was allegedly the primary hacker, who: 1) allegedly wrote and installed on Arizona radiocarbon dating laboratory’s AMS control console computer a program which ensured that the Shroud of Turin samples’ actual radiocarbon dates would be replaced by dates which, when calibrated, clustered around 1325; and 2) allegedly passed that program on to the KGB, for which he was allegedly working, to be installed by confessed KGB hacker Karl Koch (1965–3 June 1989) on the AMS control console computers at Zurich and Oxford’s radiocarbon dating laboratories; here is my evidence that Linick allegedly leaked Arizona’s 1350 radiocarbon date of the Shroud to the Rev. David Sox, an American Episcopalian (sic) priest, teaching at the American school in London.
And that Sox in turn leaked that date to the media through Luckett and others, well before the official announcement on 13 October 1988.
Stop Press: A little while ago Stephen either read this blog, or someone told him of the post above, and he inserted a comment into his latest posting to the effect that he realised his dates and chart with its non-overlapping bands were based on BP dates and needed calibrating.
This he has now done, and amended his blog to show a new set of dates and a new chart which, curiously, still shows that the Oxford dates do not overlap either of the others.
By using the tiny calibration diagram published in the Nature paper rather than an established calibration program, he has enabled himself to reinforce his convictions. It is not clear that Stephen really understands the calibrating process, particularly when it comes to how to deal with quoted errors.