Here is the table of contents of a special issue of Scientific Research and Essays over at Academic Journals. This is enough to fill up your weekend and then some. It will keep us blogging and commenting for a month:

Recent Discoveries on The Turin Shroud

Special Issue

G. Fanti


G. Fanti

Niels Svensson and Thibault Heimburger

Research Articles

César Barta and Alfonso V. Carrascosa

Gérard Lucotte

  • Optical and chemical characteristics of the mineral particles found on the face of the Turin Shroud
  • [Abstract] [Full Text] [Full Article – PDF] pp. 2545-2553
  • DOI: 10.5897/SRE12.383

Vitantonio Amoruso and Francesco Lattarulo

Jorge García-Macedo, Naxi Cansino and Guadalupe Valverde-Aguilar

  • Corona discharge to explain the image of the Turin Shroud: Experimental results
  • [Abstract] [Full Text] [Full Article – PDF] pp. 2580-2590
  • DOI: 10.5897/SRE12.381

Giuseppe Baldacchini and Francesco Baldacchini

  • Image formation of the Turin Shroud: Hypothesis based on water vapor effects of light absorption
  • [Abstract] [Full Text] [Full Article – PDF] pp. 2591-2602
  • DOI: 10.5897/SRE12.378

A. Carpinteri, G. Lacidogna, A. Manuello and O. Borla

  • Piezonuclear neutrons from earthquakes as a hypothesis for the image formation and the radiocarbon dating of the Turin Shroud
  • [Abstract] [Full Text] [Full Article – PDF] pp. 2603-2612
  • DOI: 10.5897/SRE12.379

M. Antonacci

  • Particle radiation from the body could explain the Shroud’s images and its carbon dating
  • [Abstract] [Full Text] [Full Article – PDF] pp. 2613-2623
  • DOI: 10.5897/SRE12.376

Francisco Alconchel-Pecino

  • A possible hypothesis for correcting the radiocarbon age of the Shroud of Turin
  • [Abstract] [Full Text] [Full Article – PDF] pp. 2624-2640
  • DOI: 10.5897/SRE12.432

John M. Morgan, III

  • Digital image processing techniques demonstrating the anomalous nature of the radiocarbon dating sample area of the Shroud of Turin
  • [Abstract] [Full Text] [Full Article – PDF] pp. 2641-2655
  • DOI: 10.5897/SRE12.375