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He then proceeded to produce a Shroud-like image on a piece of linen using his theoretical process.However, the imaging expert Barrie Schwortz, not himself a Christian, has challenged Allen’s work, which he says only accounts for some of the Shroud’s properties.
Based on a carbon-14 dating of the fibers, scientists dated the shroud to A. Other evidence, however, suggests that it is genuine.
Like a tennis ball, the hypotheses are whacked back and forth.
One scientist proposes a new idea of how the mysterious Shroud could have been produced only to have another researcher argue that it was impossible.
When he developed the negative he noticed that it showed a positive image of a human face.
He concluded that the image itself was therefore, in effect, a photographic negative.