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Sunday, January 30, 2005

Shroud of Turin Enigma Solved?

The Netscape website is famous for putting totally misleading headlines at the top of their articles. Today they say "Shroud of Turin Enigma Solved." Now if a clear thinking person was to read that, the assumption would be that they now know how old the shroud is. Not so fast.
When one reads the article, it turns out that only the fact that the testing done in 1988 was not done properly. That's all. Nothing more. It's really aggravating how they continuously mangle reality to get people to read their stuff. Here's the link:


What a crock.

I'll be back



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