Colin Berry, MSc, PhD (Biochemistry), in what he tells us is his final posting on the Shroud of Turin, writes:
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, here are two pictures that I consider make it 99% certain that the Shroud of Turin is a medieval fake. You may need to consult some of my previous posts on the subject to appreciate the background – which relate an accumulation of steadily growing evidence from simple kitchen experiments – but I shan’t clutter up this final post with a lot of verbiage – the pictures tell all.
How disappointing. Rather than answer the questions we posed, he simply declares that he is 99% certain that it is a medieval fake. He doesn’t even acknowledge the questions. “I shan’t clutter,” is all that he will say.
Could Dr. Berry have screamed it any louder: Don’t confuse me with facts, my mind is made up?