or maybe because you want to read it again

imageNewly posted by Barrie Schwortz on the STERA Inc. Facebook page:

In Case You Missed It… This was the first paper added to the website in our very first update on April 6, 1996. As I wrote at the time: "Written by Isabel Piczek, noted monumental artist, theoretical physicist and Shroud researcher, this paper asks one of the most important, yet controversial questions about the Shroud one can ask, and answers it as only an artist can. This is a condensed version of the paper Isabel presented at the Rome International Symposium in 1993 and is presented here with color illustrations for the first time publicly. Immediately following the paper is a link to the McCrone Institute Shroud Page, where you can read the opposing point of view by noted microscopist Walter McCrone."

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