What I find funny is that any scientist who looks at the evidence and says, "Nah, it's a fake," will be hysterically described as being in hysterical denial.
To say it's a fake without any idea of HOW it could be faked is simply denial. Thus far, no one has any idea how the image could have been faked.
posted on 04/13/2004 3:41:08 PM PDT
(Boycott everything French forever. Including their vassal nations.)
> To say it's a fake without any idea of HOW it could be faked is simply denial.
Incorrect. Here's the logic:
Theory: This is the Actual Shroud OF Jesus.
Refutation: Carbon dating puts it at less than a thousand years old. Theory conclusively refuted.
Theory refuted; it's a fake. Exactly how the image got there is another matter; but the evidence shows it to *not* be the shroud of Jesus
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