Shroud of Turin: Transactional Evidence of Absolute Light
For centuries scientists, clergy, and laymen have discussed the nature of the Shroud of Turin and the meaning of the shroud. Typically, the discussion was embodied in a theological frame often with a secondary theme of science. The scientific discussion became proof for a theological agenda until recent years. In recent years, the starting point for the discussion became the pure science of the Shroud of Turin. The Shroud of Turin is evidence of a transaction between energy, mass, and light. Just as black holes present an evidence of absolute mass; the Shroud of Turin presents an evidence of absolute light.
Previous discussions included the personage of the Shroud of Turin. Did the shroud cover Jesus of Nazareth? Some person from Savoy? A second Messiah? We may never know who the Shroud of Turin covered, but one thing is certain, the body that the Shroud of Turin cover participated in a remarkable transaction. It is the nature and science of this transaction we explore.
It is generally held that light and energy collapse into absolute mass in certain parts of the universe known as black holes. It has also been theorized that energy and mass collapse into absolute light in certain parts of the universe. Additionally theorized is mass and light collapse into absolute energy in certain parts of the universe. Evidence on the Shroud of Turin suggests the controlled collapse of mass and transitional states of energy, light, and mass.
The image on the Shroud of Turin is thought to be a holographic image. This holographic image is interpreted into a three dimensional model. Next we explore the science of holographic images as they relate to energy, mass, and light transactions. The collapse of the mass, of the body the Shroud of Turin covered, left the holographic image evidence on the shroud. The mass of the body changed into energy, light, and transitional mass. The holographic evidence left clues relating to energy, mass, and light transactions. We need to determine the relationship between the transitional exchange between energy, mass, and light and the resultant holographic image.
The chemical nature of the image on the Shroud of Turin has been discussed. Now add to the discussion transactional evidence of the interplay of energy, mass, and light and the image left on the Shroud of Turin. Carbon dating has been used to invalidate the theory that the Shroud of Turin belonged to Jesus of Nazareth. While we may never know if the shroud belonged to Jesus, it may be worthwhile to use it as a starting point. The question may then become, what does the carbon dating evidence support? Starting with the idea that the carbon dating evidence is correct, then determine the nature of this energy, mass, and light transaction which causes a differential in the carbon dating. The general carbon dating data for the time of Jesus of Nazareth is known; the carbon dating data for the Shroud of Turin is known. Assuming the Shroud of Turin belonged to Jesus of Nazareth, determine the differential between the two carbon dates, then use the differential in examination of the energy, mass, and light transaction. Exploration of the transaction may not bring expected results, but information learned in the exploration may advance energy, mass, and light transactional science.
Copyright © 2012 Joseph Burton