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Now, that date is problematic because there Historic records that show this piece of cloth was already in exhibition long time before that date.
Not long after I became a member of the British Society of the Turin Shroud, I was given a more direct interest in Shroud investigations when David Sox asked me whether I might be interested in looking further at the evidence available about the Shroud as a textile.
This site contains the results of a crude experiment that could potentially explain how the Shroud was produced.
I brought to discussion not only great diversity of sources
You are lying to justify your destructive and Anti scientific attitude, as well as your systematic off topic attacks.
Among the links I posted there are actual papers published by the team of University of Padua, Bolognia and Emilia University that have carried out the new dating tests.
Also there are papers published by the people study the textile configuration of the cloth and also papers from the researchers that perform the DNA testing.
So that means it could be anywhere between 0AD and 800AD. In other words, not evidence it was from the 1st century AD.
Rounding the result to the century with an uncertainty evaluated at 95% confidence level, according with the MMPDM, the date of the TS is 400 AD ±400 years.
My experience with those who are scientists and do primary research on the Shroud is that many of them feel the same way. I think that most scientists who study the Shroud think, as I do, that the images are probably some unexplained natural phenomenon.
Dr. Alan Zindler, a professor of geology at Columbia University who is a member of the Lamont-Doherty research group, said age estimates using the carbon dating and uranium-thorium dating differed only slightly for the period from 9,000 years ago to the present.
TeryDon79: You say this isn't about religion, yet the shroud is ALL about religion. You can pretend it's not, by putting it in the science forum, but it doesn't mean it isn't.