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The will ask why documented data was not considered.
A January 20, 2005 article in the scholarly, peer-reviewed scientific journal Thermochimica Acta (Volume 425, pages 189-194, by Raymond N.
Rogers, Los Alamos National Laboratory, University of California) makes it perfectly clear: the carbon 14 dating sample cut from the Shroud in 1988 was not valid.
In the case of the Shroud it was the fibers of flax plants from which linen thread is made. And because scientists know the rate of decay, measured in half-lifes, they can calculate how old something is.
When a plant or animal dies it no longer absorbs carbon. The current state of the technology is useful for dating things younger than 50,000 years.
Chemical tests show that dye is yellow alizarin from madder root complexed with alum, a common mordant. Cotton, alizarin and gum are only found in the C14 sample area of the shroud.
The 1988 carbon 14 dating failure will not be ignored; for how does one ignore such a famous example.It should not be ignored when journalists and authors write about carbon 14 dating.There are textbooks, encyclopedias and many websites to be updated. It is an extraordinary technology that with uncanny precision can count the approximately one in a trillion carbon 14 isotopes that exist compared to the more common carbon 12 and carbon 13 isotopes; isotopes that exist in all living material and material that once was living.It is not because the Shroud is famous, although it is.It is because the 1988 carbon 14 dating was made famous.Hall, who played a significant role in exposing the Piltdown man hoax and who participated in the carbon 14 dating of the Shroud, expressed his views openly: “We have shown the Shroud to be a fake.Anyone who disagrees with us ought to belong to the Flat Earth Society.” The carbon 14 dating of the Shroud of Turin is famous because it spawned so many conspiracy theories posing as history.Photomicrograph of fibers from the center of the radiocarbon sample in water.Gum material is swelling and detaching from fibers.Very old bogs often contain miniscule roots from newer plants that grew in the peat.The roots of these plants, sometimes having decomposed, are nearly indistinguishable from the older peat.