We are left then with that great adage: “For those who believe, no explanation is necessary; for those who do not, no explanation is possible.” Fr.
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Also, for an artist to purposely paint the shroud with the front side being short, not covering the right foot, seems totally improbable.
Interestingly too, that where the blood stains appear, there is no image underneath on the fibrils, suggesting that the image had been made last after the blood stains; obviously, an artist would have worked in reverse, painting the image and then applying the blood stains.
Finally, no medieval artist had the skill to paint a negative image or the perfection of the image with such subtle coloration. (This subject was discussed by members of the STURP team, but they did not arrive at a conclusion.) The color of the shroud image is “yellow or straw yellow” as classified by the STURP team.
The image is a surface image, affecting the topmost fibers only without any apparent penetration to any depth (again disproving the “painting” theory).
Stephen Mattingly of the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, provided another argument against the carbon-dating results.