Shroud of Turin Proof It Was Not Forged
The embedded image of Jesus on the shroud of Turin was made by busts of radioactive light says scientists.
The true origin of the shroud is still a mystery however scientists are now challenging the long held belief that the artefact is a medieval forgery.
Researchers from the National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development in Italy have hypothesized that the image was formed when there was a flash of ultraviolet light. If this theory is indeed true new questions will need to be answered first among them is how did this technology come about during the time of the shrouds creation. Such technology was inconceivable in pre 20th Century.
It is said that the shroud of Turin is indeed the burial cloth of Jesus however there are those that believe the shroud is a fake that was made during the Middle Ages. The shroud is kept in a climate controlled case in Turin cathedral. Many scientists have spent years recreating the image found on the shroud and through this process they have found that a short strong burst of UV directional radiation is capable of colouring a linin cloth to reproduce the characteristics that are similar to that of the Shroud of Turin.
With such arguments as light being able to color linen immediately one thinks of a paranormal event / miracle
The shroud over the years have drawn many followers who believe that the image contained is that of the Lord Jesus Christ as it appears to have nail wounds to the wrist and feet. There are still many sceptics who are not likely to be swayed. There is mounting evidence which works against it the most predominant on which is the 1988 carbon dating test that was carried out by the University of Oxford which has dated the cloth a time line date of 1260 and 1390.