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Radio carbon dating carried out in 1988 was performed on an area of the relic that was repaired in the 16th century, according to Ray Rogers, who helped lead the Shroud of Turin Research Project (STRP).
He came to his conclusion after re-examining a theory from two amateur scientists that he had earlier dismissed as being from "the lunatic fringe".
He said: "The cotton fibres were fairly heavily coated with dye, suggesting they were changed to match the linen during a repair.
"I concluded that area of the shroud was manipulated by someone with great skill. The worst possible sample for carbon dating was taken.
If he means by "machine" the AMS machine itself, I don’t claim that machine was attached to Arpanet.
But if Jull means by "machine" the COMPUTER which processed the data coming from the AMS machine, then I doubt that is true, although Jull may believe it to be true.
Anyway, the machine we used at that time couldn’t have been attached to it, and that one still isn’t."No, Jull’s email does NOT refute my hacking hypothesis, First, it is clear from my quote of Gove, the final calibration was done offline by Donahue: "The ratio was compared with the OX sample and THE RADIOCARBON TIME SCALE CALIBRATION WAS APPLIED BY DOUG DONAHUE."But it was the computer at the end of the AMS C-14 dating system that supplied the "OX sample"'s raw years which Donahue calibrated. a KGB agent hacked into the AMS system control console computer at each of the three C-14 labs and inserted a program which, when each test was run, replaced the Shroud’s 1st or early century c-14 date, WITH DATES WHICH WHEN CALIBRATED, would yield years clustering around AD 1325, just before the Shroud’s appearance in undisputed history in the 1350s."Second, Jull’s "…
in 1988 the internet (as we know it today) didn’t exist – there was a pre-existing network run by the US government which was quite restricted." I did not say it was the "Internet". in the 1980s university computers were all interconnected by ARPANET, THE PRECURSOR TO THE INTERNET …".
I am hopeful that now my proposal is in the public domain, it will eventually be confirmed by someone in a position to know. Jull aware of my proposal and that Jull had responded to it.If the carbon-dating error was accidental, then it is A REMARKABLE COINCIDENCE that the result tallies so well with the date [of] … But IF FRAUD WAS INVOLVED, THEN IT WOULDN’T BE A COINCIDENCE AT ALL.Had anyone wished to discredit the Shroud, ’1325 ± 65 years’ is precisely the sort of date they would have looked to achieve." (de Wesselow, T., 2012, "The Sign: The Shroud of Turin and the Secret of the Resurrection," p.170).Further to my previous posts in this series: "Were the radiocarbon dating laboratories duped by a computer hacker? On Dan Porter's blog he recently posted, under "Comment Promoted: On the Hacking Hypothesis" an email that the Shroud anti-authenticist and Editor of the British Society for the Turin Shroud's Newsletter, Hugh Farey received from Dr. In any case, the calculation does NOT require software, it was done offline and plotted on a graph, as I recall.Timothy Jull, Director of the University of Arizona's radiocarbon dating laboratory and[Right: Dr. Indeed, in 1988 the internet (as we know it today) didn’t exist – there was a pre-existing network run by the US government which was quite restricted.