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Topic of the Day (#7): Vertical Mapping of a Human Form

imageWhat do we think about this material from The Shroud: A Critical Summary of Observations, Data and Hypotheses, by Robert W. Siefker and Daniel S. Spicer.

Table I, Item 5.2:

There is no image of the top of the head or of the sides of the body.

Scored: Established

Comment:

If there were side images then the body image, especially the face, would be grotesque. Instead the image shows a largely undistorted front and back of a naked human body. These results suggest a vertical mapping of the frontal image with respect to a body laid out

I agree with this. Can we take a day off from this paper?

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