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The Passion of the Skeptic

Posted on : 05-10-2009 | By : Joshua | In : Blog Post

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Just a quickie post. I liked this quote from a story about researchers at the University of Pavia reproducing the Shroud of Turin using Medieval materials. The lead researcher said about the expectation that people would contest his team’s results:

If they don’t want to believe carbon dating done by some of the world’s best laboratories they certainly won’t believe me.

As Jay Novella would say, “LUIGI GARLASCHELLI!!”