Welcome to the site
- A generic model for how the Turin Shroud could have been forged via a TWO STEP process (image capture, then separate image development).
- Modelling the Turin Shroud: forged in the 14th century as a white flour imprint onto linen? Then chemically developed with nitric acid to resemble ancient yellowed sweat?
- A new take in pictures on an old artefact – the (not really a) Shroud of Turin, more an imaginative 14th century marketing wheeze.
- The Shroud of Turin: probably not miraculous, just a simulated sweat imprint – a triumph of medieval joined-up thinking.
- After 2 years, and over 200 postings, I think I’ve finally cracked it – the enigma of the Shroud of Turin.
- The arrow of time – and entropy
- Beware: with each passing decade and century, the Shroud image sheds vital evidence as to its origins.
- Beware the mirage of apparent reverse-side scorching produced by the ‘BROIL’ effect.
- This title will not improve this blog’s Google ranking. But then, what will?
- Why is the Shroud image so superficial? More on the ongoing battle between science and pseudoscience.
- Daniel R. Porter’s shroudstory.com: ‘Troll Central’ by any other name.
- Mickey Mouse science now in the crosshairs.
- Time methinks to refresh this blog’s tagline (and hopefully improve its dismal Google ranking).
- Flow chart summarising a novel hypothesis for how the Shroud of Turin came into existence (and fooled generations of scholars)
- Today’s project – to produce a new chronological flow chart, proposing how a scorch image was ingeniously re-invented as a whole body “sweat imprint” (to suggest kinship with the Veil of Veronica).
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Top Posts & Pages
- No, dear Yannick, Adler and Heller did not PROVE it was real blood on the Shroud of Turin – even if some real blood is now present.
- Simple physics says there are 7 ways of producing a scorch on linen
- Thibault’s Principle: true for a stepped template, maybe – but not an artistic bas relief with rounded contours and gentler relief
- Seven short and simple answers to the Shroud of Turin Enigma Challenge - and a plea for the reporting of real science...
- Refining a model: children's 'invisible ink' trick with lemon juice allows thermal imprinting ("scorching") at a much reduced temperature
- My hypothesized link between the Shroud of Turin and the Templar executions is reinforced - via the Lirey badge and its reverse-side diamond trellis.
- OK, so there is bilirubin in the Shroud bloodstains (or so we are told). But how much precisely?
- Shroud Scope 8: 372 impossible scourge marks (surely?) on the Shroud of Turin
- The Turin Shroud Man is not a photograph, but a negative THERMOGRAPH - and I challenge anyone to prove otherwise...
- Shroud Scope 10: my very own gallery of 20 close-up views of the Shroud – all lightly photo-edited for optimised colour-differentiation
Tag Archives: Thibault Heimburger
As the title indicates, I find the nitpicking over weft v warp somewhat tedious. They are just words for the two sets of threads mutually at right angles, and even if I have confused the two – which I’m willing … Continue reading
Links to my immediate three-part response to Thibault Heimburger’s critique of the scorch hypothesis
Thibault’s critique (with an artistic touch or two…) My response in three separate instalments; Part 1 Link Part 2 Link Part 3 Link Given that’s quite a slug of information and argument/rebuttal there. I guess some kind of summary … Continue reading
Yes, there is clear evidence of tenting, Thibault, with all-or-nothing imaging (yet another nail in the coffin for radiation models)
Here is my reply to the second part of the comment placed yesterday by Thibault Heimburger on that Other Site– the one hosted by the enigmatic Dan Porter and which is giving me daily stick for pressing on with my … Continue reading
‘ Those who have been following my most recent postings will know that I had a kind of eureka moment a couple of days ago. I refer to the idea that the blood on the Shroud was not applied as … Continue reading
This is an instant response to a post that has appeared on The Other Site, in which I am taken to task for underestimating the ability of blood to resist biodegradation. Stone age tools have been mentioned, with Thibault Heimburger … Continue reading
I’ve just received a long comment (see below) on my “Sorry Mr.Rogers” posting from Dr. Heimburger (whom I shall now refer to more informally as Thibault) . It is not so much directed at the specifics of what I said … Continue reading