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Posted: Sunday February 16, 2014 @ 11:41 a.m PST
The authenticity of the Shroud of Turin has been in question for centuries and scientific investigations over the last few decades have only seemed to muddle the debate. Is the revered cloth a miracle or an elaborate hoax?
Now, a study claims neutron emissions from an ancient earthquake that rocked Jerusalem could have created the iconic image, as well as messed up the radiocarbon levels that later suggested the shroud was a medieval forgery. But other scientists say this newly proposed premise leaves some major questions unanswered.
The Shroud of Turin, which bears a faint image of a man’s face and torso, is said to be the fabric that covered Jesus’ body after his crucifixion in A.D. 33.
Reblogged By: De De Tillman; International Blogger
Posted: Thursday September 12, 2013 @ 12:02 a,m PST
Five member boy group The Boss will be making their return to the Korean stage.
News of the group’s November comeback was revealed through a variety of articles, as well as the re-launch of their official website which had been down since last year. Included on the website are a series of newly updated profile and group pictures, showing the members’ playful as well as serious sides.
The Boss debuted in March 2010 under Open World Entertainment, and debuted in Japan with Sony Music. For future promotions, the group was moved to Poom Entertainment, which also houses singer Jo Sungmo. Leader Mika (’90), Karam (’91), Hyunmin (’91), Injun (’92), and maknae Jay (’94) were originally preparing for a comeback with their first full length album in April of last year. The release of this album was canceled days before its release due to the company’s internal issues.