Dealing with outliers and offsets in radiocarbon dating

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When I reviewed it I realized that, although parts of the paper had been included in several other papers by Ray, as well as in his book, A Chemist's Perspective on the Shroud of Turin, nothing else Rogers wrote included all his observations and thoughts about image color in one dedicated article.

So, with Joan Rogers' participation, we proof read and reformatted the paper and replaced the images with higher quality versions, and are making it available here on

Are you interested in submitting your own work for possible publication on this website? Mandaglio This article appeared in Radiation Effects & Defects In Solids, Volume 167, Issue 3, 2012 [Dec 2013] Against the Shroud.

Please review our Submission Requirements for detailed instructions. But With Mixed Cards by Emanuela Marinelli - English translation of Contro la Sindone. This is a link to Emanuela's in depth review of Shroud skeptic Andrea Nicolotti's Italian language book, Sindone - Storia e leggende di una reliquia controversa - Einaudi Storia, 2015 - Emanuela's review is available in both English and Italian languages at the above links.

() “The UN IPCC wisely avoided making the claim that 51% of a small change in temperature constitutes a problem.The scientists appeared at a climate summit sponsored by the Texas Public Policy Foundation.The summit in Austin was titled: “At the Crossroads: Energy & Climate Policy Summit.” Climate Scientist Dr. Sloan Professor of Meteorology at the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at MIT, derided what he termed climate “catastrophism.” “Demonization of CO2 is irrational at best and even modest warming is mostly beneficial,” Lindzen said. “We are speaking of small changes 0.25 Celsius would be about 51% of the recent warming and that strongly suggests a low and inconsequential climate sensitivity – meaning no problem at all,” Lindzen explained.Isabel Piczek is a noted monumental artist and theoretical physicist and a highly respected Shroud researcher.This presentation was originally delivered at the 1996 Esopus Conference.

() “The UN IPCC wisely avoided making the claim that 51% of a small change in temperature constitutes a problem.

The scientists appeared at a climate summit sponsored by the Texas Public Policy Foundation.

The summit in Austin was titled: “At the Crossroads: Energy & Climate Policy Summit.” Climate Scientist Dr. Sloan Professor of Meteorology at the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at MIT, derided what he termed climate “catastrophism.” “Demonization of CO2 is irrational at best and even modest warming is mostly beneficial,” Lindzen said. “We are speaking of small changes 0.25 Celsius would be about 51% of the recent warming and that strongly suggests a low and inconsequential climate sensitivity – meaning no problem at all,” Lindzen explained.

Isabel Piczek is a noted monumental artist and theoretical physicist and a highly respected Shroud researcher.

This presentation was originally delivered at the 1996 Esopus Conference.

Abrupt Changes in the Yellowed Fibril Density in the Linen of Turin, The by F. Ma a carte truccate (In Italian), Storia in Rete, n. Alice In Wonderland and the Shroud of Turin by Isabel Piczek - Alicia en el Pas de las Maravillas y la Sbana Santa de Turn (En Espaol) - Spanish translation by Pedro Vázquez This article clearly addresses many of the questionable theories raised by recent books and articles in the popular press.