How does radiocarbon dating work
99.9% of the DNA from two people will be identical.
The 0.1% of DNA code sequences that vary from person to person are what make us unique.
In an effort to bring factual information to the viewers of this website, I am including here only the undisputed history as accepted by most scholars.
I am also limiting the scope of this history to only the more significant events.
A completely detailed Shroud chronology can be found in the 1998 book titled "The Blood and the Shroud," by Ian Wilson, that includes the earlier, more speculative and "circumstantial" material as well.
(It is available directly from via the Books section of the Website Store page of this site).
Scientists have developed a new method to determine the age of ancient mummies, old artwork, and other relics without causing damage to these treasures of global cultural heritage.
Reporting at the 239th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS), they said it could allow scientific analysis of hundreds of artifacts that until now were off limits because museums and private collectors did not want the objects damaged.
In 1655, the architect John Webb, writing in the name of his former superior Inigo Jones, argued that Stonehenge was a Roman temple, dedicated to Caelus, (a Latin name for the Greek sky-god Uranus), and built following the Tuscan order.
Scientists have developed a first-of-its-kind method for determining the age of ancient artifacts without causing damage to the objects.
The method could help shed new light on the history of mummified bodies, old maps, cave paintings, and other treasures, they say.
Whilst at Mount Killarus, Merlin laughed at the soldiers' failed attempts to remove the stones using ladders, ropes and other machinery.
Shortly thereafter, Merlin oversaw the removal of stones using his own machinery and commanded they be loaded onto the soldiers' ships and sailed back to England where they were reconstructed into Stonehenge.