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Fast dating results ca send thread

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On October 1, 2002, I received an e-mail letter from Mr. Rossman nor any other group of research on behalf of the Caltech have ever carried out a study on the Shroud or on a sample of thread taken from it." It is our understanding that Caltech has submitted a similar statement for posting on the website.

wrote his comment to This may be the Shroud of Turin Story of the Year, I thought that this needed to be its own thread, fast. The Il Messaggero article quoted Benford and Marino on this matter. Rossman cut the thread in half and, using what Adler described as Fourier-transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry (FTMS), dated each end of the thread separately. We ask that you annotate the above mentioned Late Breaking News and Benford/Marino articles to indicate Caltech’s position by linking to this letter, which is posted on your site. Adam Cochran The Intellectual Property Counsel California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California 91125 After agreeing to publish the Caltech letter, I contacted Sue Benford and Joseph Marino and asked them to provide additional clarification of the claims that they made in their paper. In the article, Caltech representatives argued that "Neither Prof.

The Benford/Marino paper claimed that an unauthorized age dating of the Shroud of Turin took place in 1982, and stated that the work was done by the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). In fact, to my knowledge no one at Caltech has ever done 14-C age-dating work at the Institute. Rossman and the author of one of the articles, in fact, never happened. 15, Il Messegaro (Rome, Italy) reported correspondence they had received from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) regarding a 1982 unauthorized dating of a thread from the Shroud of Turin.

I wish I knew more about it, but it says nothing about the regular process of C14 dating as a procedure, and still less about the conduct of the three official laboratories.

wrote: You mention the weird, unverified, undocumented [claim] that a secret test was made of an unauthorised, unverified thread by a scientist improperly making use of an AMS machine out-of-hours, mysteriously coming up with two dates, 800 years apart, with an average of 600AD.

Adam Cochran, the Intellectual Property Counsel of Caltech, which I am reprinting here in its entirety: Dear Mr. As the discoverers of the details related to this testing, we would like to take this opportunity to respond to this statement with some facts.

Schwortz I am writing to bring to your attention a number of misstatements that appear on your web site, regarding the involvement of the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and Caltech Professor George R. The original source of our information about the California Institute of Technology’s test, was from former Shroud of Turin Research Project (STURP) chemist Dr.

Maybe we can get to the bottom of the Caltech story in 2014. If you haven’t heard about this already, check this: “Caltech Responds To Benford/Marino Claims”).

If it suggests anything, it does not suggest a splice, but a 7th century Byzantine fake.

This has been the problem for myself and many of my friends the past year.

I have been single now for the past 3 months and have effectively isolated myself enough to be stoked about it.

Philip Ball, the former physical science editor for Nature when the carbon dating results were published, recently wrote: “It’s fair to say that, despite the seemingly definitive tests in 1988, the status of the Shroud of Turin is murkier than ever.” If we wish to be scientific we must admit we do not know how old the cloth is.