The story of carbon dating
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I suggest the article be updated to reflect these conflicting claims.This article is within the scope of Wiki Project Catholicism, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Catholicism related articles on Wikipedia.If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.The criticism of the carbon dating being taken from a patched part of the shroud and Giulio Fanti's 2013 research are both documented in the section titled "The sample was part of a later repair".I agree that if Fanti's research was regarded as "conclusive" by the scientific community then it should be more prominent - is that the case?
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I think we should also ask the opinion of Thucyd who knows more about it than myself. History2007 (talk) , (UTC)I thought about it a little more and I think the section structure needs to change and whatever can be referenced and salvaged can move in there. History2007 (talk) , (UTC) Clean-up is definitely needed because those who hate Christianity and don't want the shroud to be genuine want their perspective to rule, not only wikipedia but all the Internet and the world.