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Did Shroud Researchers Rediscover Radiocarbon Clues?

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In this episode, we dive into the intriguing world of Shroud research with German scholar and author, Helmut Felzmann. Helmut's journey into the Shroud's history which took a remarkable turn when he embarked on a quest to revisit a pivotal moment in the relic's story.

Helmut Felzmann made waves in the Shroud research community when he posed a crucial question: Could the remnants of the samples used to date the Shroud in the infamous 1988 radiocarbon dating test shed new light on this ancient mystery? To answer this question, Helmut reached out to the University of Arizona Radiocarbon Dating Laboratory in Tucson, Arizona.

Intriguingly, each laboratory involved in the 1988 dating test had retained portions of their samples. Helmut, driven by his passion for the Shroud's secrets, had already initiated discussions with Dr. Timothy Jull, the current Director of the laboratory, to facilitate the imaging of these preserved samples.

Join us as we explore Helmut's tireless efforts, his collaboration with fellow Shroud enthusiasts, and the remarkable journey of revisiting the past to uncover fresh insights. Discover the dedication and collective spirit behind this project, as Helmut, Dr. Charles Mader, and Holger Kersten generously contributed to fund the endeavor, making it an official project of STERA, Inc.

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