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Old 22 December 2011, 12:50 PM
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Originally Posted by JoeBentley View Post
*Sighs* So a "scientist" claimed something was caused by a "supernatural" event.

Yeah right.
Even worse, this theory is one of the older pseudoscientific explanations that I heard. I am still reeling after the eye rolling from when I read it. The first thing I thought of "not that nonsense".

Heck the article itself is full of logical fallacies such as "it could only be" plus insertion of pseudoscience.

Not to mention they are working backward - from the assumption that the shroud is real.
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