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And because it was made famous, and because it will now be discussed, the related science of the Shroud will also get attention: From the article in Thermochimica Acta: "A linen produced in A. 1260 would have retained about 37% of its vanillin in 1978.The Raes threads, the Holland cloth [shroud’s backing cloth], and all other medieval linens gave the test for vanillin wherever lignin could be observed on growth nodes.It is not because the Shroud is famous, although it is.It is because the 1988 carbon 14 dating was made famous.The will ask why documented data was not considered.
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.
Walter Mc Crone, a renowned microscopist, who examined some borrowed fibers from the Shroud, claimed that the images were painted — just as a medieval bishop, Pierre d’Arcis, had claimed in 1389.
The painting claims are preposterous because other unimpeachable chemical studies prove that the images were not painted.
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.