Scientists Took Samples & Radiocarbon Dated The Shroud Of Turin This Is What They Found
Scientists took samples & radiocarbon dated the shroud of Turin this is what they found. Today, we take a look at what scientists found when they radiocarbon dated the shroud of Turin.
In an attempt to put the matter of whether the Shroud of Turin was really a first century original or a Middle Ages reproduction to rest, the Catholic church permitted the radiocarbon dating of the Shroud in the 1980s, once technology had advanced far enough that removing a large piece of cloth was not necessary.
To make the radiocarbon dating as valid and incontestable as possible, the Vatican allowed the process to be open and observable.
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