Monthly Archives: July 2017

My revised Model 10, proposing a key role for RADIANT (infrared) heat in generating image colour from a body imprint onto wet linen, using nothing but dry white flour.

I did consider calling my  new revised model for simulating the Turin Shroud “Model 11”, but then thought better of it. It still uses my domestic oven as a more convenient indoor model for a medieval bed of hot charcoal. … Continue reading

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My Model 10 – thermal imprinting with white flour onto linen – can account for the curious properties of the Turin Shroud body image

  Summary: added Wednesday 12th July See this image, taken yesterday, Tuesday 11th July (yes,  for me a RED LETTER DAY)  through my new stereomicroscope  (sadly lacking inbuilt image capture hardware) with a hand-held camera. What’s so special about it? See … Continue reading

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