View Full Version : The Blood On the Shroud of Turin. . .and Cloning
Dec 29th, 2004, 1:24 AM
:nibble: Just a thought, what if one could clone another life-form with nothing more than hair or blood, then what if a twisted individual did this with the blood on the Shroud of Turin. . . . .hmmm. . . . :nibble:
Dec 29th, 2004, 2:04 AM
The shroud of turin was a proven fake...
Dec 29th, 2004, 2:37 AM
oh forget it, I was wondering if it could be done in the future, "if in fact the AB blood is real human blood. . . . ."
Dec 29th, 2004, 3:06 AM
It would be cool to see what happens, but I think the Shroud of Turin is bunch of bull. Hopefully we will never be able to clone from something so simple, seeing as how cloning will only add to the population and stuff. Which also reminds me of yesterday, I was watching The Sixth Day, the one starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and him being cloned. Although I don't think that it was a necessarily good movie, in fact it was kind of stupid, but it did bring up some good points about cloning. Such as the evil corrupting person who funded the cloning business to benefit himself, and the part about the wife of the scientist who had a childhood disease and was suppose to die 30 years ago and didn't want to be cloned anymore. It wasn't too shabby of a movie though, I got some good laughs watching Arnold talking to himself. Talk to y'all later.
Dec 29th, 2004, 3:12 AM
Yeah, I was just brain-storming a crazy experiment, did not have anything to do with Jesus Christ himself or anything like that. . . .heh. . . .
Dec 29th, 2004, 7:48 AM
It was paint on the shroud of Turin.
Dec 29th, 2004, 12:19 PM
Actually, they found that the shroud wasn't paint as its fibers didn't contain any pigments at all. The most likely (as shown through experimentation) way that the shroud was made was with a hot metal flat mold and the image was literally scorched on. There was a great show on Discovery Science about the shroud and its so called mysteries... watch for it.
Dec 29th, 2004, 3:22 PM
There was a movie about something like this, only it wasnt the shroud, but the nails that pierced the hands and feet.
The movie is called Revelation
For thousands of years spiritualists, numerologitsts, and all interested in mystical forces upon the future have sought the ancient relic the Loculus. As a secret society slaughters groups of people in search of the artifact, the Loculus turns up in the back of a camper in the year 2001. A billionaire (Terence Stamp) seeks to obtain the relic, aided by his son (James D'Arcy) and an alchemist (Natasha Wightman). Their search is not solitary, a fact they discover by meeting the Grand Master (Udo Kier), a demonic being who has wondered the Earth since Christ's crucifixion.
The clone was to be bred to become the anti-christ.
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