Falsehood of carbon dating
Such technology, say researchers from the National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (Enea), was far beyond the capability of medieval forgers, whom most experts have credited with making the famous relic.And in case there was any doubt about the preternatural degree of energy needed to make such distinct marks, the Enea report spells it out: “This degree of power cannot be reproduced by any normal UV source built to date.” And for an even more amazing wow-factor, the medieval forger would also have to know some undiscovered science, which we do not know yet, or even worse, in which we do not even know if we will ever discover, since we know what that pigment on the Shroud is not, yet we do not know .
(9) The only way to manage to replicate the Shroud was by scorching equivalent linen material with high-intensity ultra violet lasers to replicate the colouring on the shroud.
(4) Then they said that Leonardo Da Vinci, a genius artist must have manufactured it, so the fake magicians concocted a new story to refute all this, to later be proven false.
For Leonardo da Vinci or any medieval forger to concoct his prank, he would have to have known the weaves, textiles of Israel in the first century and somehow find one and send it on a fieldtrip to Jerusalem and stick to it 47,000 to 94,000 pollen grains, all of which included Gundelia tournefortii (an extremely fearsome-looking thorn used for the crown of thorns), Zygophyllum dumosum and Cistus creticus, which came from the very narrow geographical region of mere twenty miles between Hebron and Jerusalem.
In conclusion, the forger would also have to know how to create a miracle since the only probable conclusion is that the Shroud is the result of radiation from the body that glowed as a result of a mysterious resurrection.
So, could the forger be that brilliant, even perhaps so brilliant as to be Lucifer himself?
As it turned out, the red color was a result of high concentration of the pigment bilirubin, consistent with someone dying under great stress or trauma, which made the blood color on the Shroud bright red instead of the oxidized color of blood stains found during normal bleeding.(8) But besides being a brilliant investigator, historian, theologian, ancient textiles expert and forensic scientist, this forger would have to also have to know about aerospace imaging to know how to make the image on this fake Shroud be made by a sudden blast of high-energy radiation.