Radio carbon dating mistakes
Thucyd (talk) , 11 January 2011 (UTC) I placed the 'dubious' tag amid existence of Pray Codex as the relevant place is disputed.
Brand[t] , 16 March 2010 (UTC) Hi, I know that I am not a complete expert in this subject, but I am working on the spanish article regarding the shroud, and I would like to let you know, so that somebody may update this article, that a recent congress in Valencia has said that the radiocarbon proof was not valid, having included other samples of wool.
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However shroudies are not convinced and even a well known skeptic (pro forgery) wrote a couple of days ago that in fact Jull demonstrated that the datation was invalid !
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If somebody needs the whole article, let me know, I think I have it in spanish, but I can translate it.--FMateos (talk) , (UTC) Ok, please provide the article author, title, date and conference name. Also please provide a wikilink to the Spanish wiki article when it is ready. History2007 (talk) , (UTC) There are a lot of comments in this article which are not referenced.