Apart from the hard science, which includes appendices, tables, indices, and a glossary, Danin presents with an entertaining writing style various interesting anecdotes about his involvement in the research he has done on the Shroud.
Part One is an updated, somewhat enlarged and colorfully illustrated edition of Cherpillod's book, "L'Impossible Objet" (see Ian Wilson's review in the BSTS Newsletter 1997). 8976-8981, which concludes that both images on the Shroud are caused by the natural and accidental interaction of solar rays and the spices used to anoint the body. Mouravieff 7, rue de la Paix, F-74240 GAILLARD (France) Tel./Fax: 33 4 50 31 38 56 Mobile: 41 79 433 19 24 E-mail: [email protected] Ian Wilson, author of the 1978 bestselling book, "The Shroud of Turin." In this book, he presents new scientific evidence that challenges the 1988 carbon dating and other arguments against the authenticity of the Shroud.Part Two is a detailed description of Mouraviev's theory as published in "Applied Optics" vol. Part Three deals with the modern scientific, epistemological, philosophical and ethical implications of the authenticity of the Shroud. Current studies, presented here by Wilson, have reversed the views of many people in the scientific and religious communities.Hosts Michael Earle and Molly Jay hilariously talk all things Star Trek.In this episode, Mike and Molly each watched two remastered TNG Netflix episodes - "Frame of Mind" and another of their choice. Then, they move on to discuss TOS episodes, "The Cloud Minders" and "The Savage Curtain." Original broadcasts of Treklenburg are Monday nights at 8pm EST on Wilson describes the research that will play a critical role in this debate.
In The Blood and the Shroud, he introduces information that points to the authenticity of the Shroud.
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His research has been published in 5 books and 182 articles in English, 5 books and 247 articles in Hebrew, 1 bilingual book and 1 Italian book.
Danin, a Jew, states that he is not a profound believer in any religion and also that he had no emotional feeling when he first saw the cloth, so is a very unbiased researcher.
The book, which has many excellent color photographs, concludes, among other things, that images of plants that he saw on the Shroud are real and not created by any photographic method, the geographical origin of the plants can be restricted to the area between Jerusalem and Hebron, March-April is the time of year that some of the plants found on the Shroud are in bloom.