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Nul points, Dr.Thibault Heimburger. You have arrived at an over-hasty, ill-judged diagnosis… The patient is NOT dead…

I  shall start by being brutally frank regarding the attempt by Thibault Heimburger MD, a French physician, to dismiss the scorch hypothesis at one fell swoop. The thrust of his paper is that there is little or no correspondence between … Continue reading

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Thibault’s Principle: true for a stepped template, maybe – but not an artistic bas relief with rounded contours and gentler relief

  Try to avoid too many flat surfaces and  right angles when choosing a template for your Man in the Shroud 😉 Thibault’s Principle:  “No scorch produced by pressing a heated template onto linen can hope to match the subtlety … Continue reading

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How long before the grey scales fall from people’s eyes, and the Shroud image accepted as a thermal imprint (“scorch”)??

An interesting and thought-provoking comment has just appeared from “ChrisB” on The Other Site. For me it’s one that has previously  fallen into the “I’m glad you asked me that question … er”, even if, in this instance, the question … Continue reading

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Did John Jackson really demolish scorching as a mechanism? Maybe someone could explain to me how (in simple terms)

This comment  has recently appeared on The Other Site: September 8, 2012 at 9:10 pm | #3 It is well known fact that Dr Jackson et al. confirmed way back in the early 80′s, that scourching a linen to conform … Continue reading

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I’m glad you asked me that Paul (even if posted to The Other Site) …

 Comment from “Paul” on The Other Site: “…if an object can not be reproduced in over a 500 year period was it ever made… ?” First one has to ask about motivation: who might wish to reproduce the Shroud, and … Continue reading

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The Turin Shroud Man is not a photograph, but a negative THERMOGRAPH – and I challenge anyone to prove otherwise…

Stop Press: see my new Shroud site The composite pictures above (added 9th March) showing three operational steps,  and the  8 photographs below,  would seem to this retired science bod to leave little room for doubt that the Turin Shroud … Continue reading

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