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However shroudies are not convinced and even a well known skeptic (pro forgery) wrote a couple of days ago that in fact Jull demonstrated that the datation was invalid !
You can follow the controversy day by day here (Shroud of turin blog, Dan Porter).
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History2007 (talk) , 11 January 2011 (UTC) Hello JTansut and History. Jull claimed that he kept in secrecy in 1988 a unknown sample and that he cannot confirm Rogers' findings (Thermochimica Acta, 2005).
If you want to trim it go ahead, but please do not push it back the other way too far. Marino is an ex-monk, Benford is an ex-athlete, they are both apparently "paranormal researchers" and I am not aware that either is a "scholar" as such?
The pendulum has a habit of swinging back and forth. I also made a copy of the current rummage sale here so we can grab material from it and add it as things get cleaned up. Discuss the labs, the methods used and the results The debates that ensued after analysis. Wdford (talk) , (UTC) That was exactly my position if you look through the previous archives on the other page. Then Thucyd pointed out that they got published in peer-reviewed places. So if they publish in peer reviewed (I forget where) they are OK but if non peer-reviewed then probably not.
But that does not tarnish the scientists who had nothing to do with the sampling. The problem is that it will take a lot of work to fix it.
I think it should really lose 70% of what there is and just state the points above with references.
Amended Slow Jog (talk) , 20 April 2009 (UTC) Harry Gove calculated that 71% of the sample must be non original to bias the data. I also don't think that Jull, a staunch critic of Kouznetzov, implied that this was the case, although I don't have access rights to view the article.