There is a twelve page peer-reviewed article in a scientific journal that explains and confirms the findings presented at the Ohio State University Shroud of Turin Conference: The carbon dating of the Shroud was wrong. In scientific terms this means simply that the cloth remains undated, however, it is at least twice as old as the C14 date and quite possibly 1st Century.
As with many peer-reviewed scientific journals, this article is available without charge for a limited period of time. After that, it is only available to subscribers and through academic library article retrieval systems.
You must access the article from the Contents page and obtain a temporary password: Discrepancies in the radiocarbon dating area of the Turin shroud
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