Matteo Borrini, the forensic scientist at Liverpool John Moores University in the United Kingdom who produced that analysis says he will be at the Baltimore meeting and will attend the talk. The Colorado center experiment is the most recent in a long line of unusual tests on the cloth.
It was led by John Jackson, a physicist who was part of a weeklong scientific survey of the shroud. The report concluded that neither chemistry nor physics could explain how the marks were made on the cloth, an area of uncertainty exploited by those who choose to believe they were left by the bleeding body of Christ.
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Jackson has also suggested the marks were left by a body that disappeared and emitted powerful radiation. Other shroud researchers have pored over what little physical evidence exists, much of it left over from the study. They have analyzed pollen grains found on the material to track its movements through history and examined physical stresses placed on recovered fibers.
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One of the most unusual experiments was performed by Giulio Fanti, a mechanical engineer at the University of Padova in Italy. Fanti says arguments over the authenticity of the shroud can come down to faith. Borrini, a Christian, disagrees.
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