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Might those be congealed gluten flecks one sees on and off the Turin Shroud’s body image? Evidence for medieval wheat flour imprinting?

Latest thought (Feb 3): Have just tweaked the title, adding the adjective “congealed”.  That’s a reference to the curious physical properties of wheat flour gluten -important in dough-making/bread baking. I’ve also included a reference in the title to the flecks being off … Continue reading

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Shroud of Turin: performance characteristics of a simple uv lamp, chosen to check out claims that are dismissive of thermal imprinting mechanisms (Part 1 of 3).

  OK, so the 1981 STURP summary did not describe the enigmatic image of the Man on the Turin Shroud as a “scorch”. The term “scorch” appeared nowhere, and this investigator no longer uses that term anyway, for reasons that … Continue reading

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Shroud Scope triumphs again

Those of you who have been following this series of posts using the magnificent Shroud Scope will probably have noticed that I have played around a little with brightness and contrast. My favourite multipurpose setting in MS Office Picture Manager … Continue reading

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Shroud Scope 9: how simple photo-editing may help resolve controversial issues regarding the blood and body images

I shall start by posting an image that I obtained yesterday. I think, I hope, that at  least some visitors to my site agree that it is a unique picture for the light it throws on the blood versus body … Continue reading

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