Raymond N. Rogers FAQ
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Ray Rogers was a Fellow of the University of California, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and a charter member of the Coalition for Excellence in Science Education. He has published many scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals. In 1978, together with several other scientists, he personally examined the Shroud of Turin in Italy for several days and collected numerous samples of fibers and particle materials for further study. Ray died March 8, 2005.
– Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) is a paper published by Ray Rogers at shroud.com. It is in PDF form. It is also available as a series of individual questions.
– The Shroud of Turin images are not painted
– The bloodstains are real blood
– Why radiation did not cause images
– Why scorching did not cause images
– Why the carbon 14 samples are not valid
– The 1532 fire and autocatalytic process
– The meaning of variegated bands
– Cellulose decomposition and image formation
– Superficiality of the images on the Shroud
– Double superficiality and what it means
– Why fibers are not involved in image formation
– Other dating methods useful for the Shroud
– The 1532 fire and image properties
– The 2002 restoration consequences
– Optical and physical properties of flax
– Image properties and the scientific method
– Unconfirmed bioplastic polymer coating
– Why a bioplastic did not affect carbon 14 tests
Other papers by Raymond N. Rogers at shroud.com
– The Shroud of Turin: An Amino-Carbonyl Reaction (Maillard Reaction) May Explain The Image Formation This paper originally appeared in Melanoidins vol. 4, Ames J.M. ed., Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Luxembourg, 2003, pp.106-113.
– The Chemistry of Autocatalytic Processes in the Context of the Shroud of Turin
– Pyrolysis/Mass Spectrometry Applied to the Shroud of Turin
– Scientific Method Applied to the Shroud of Turin: A Reviewwith Anna Arnoldi
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