> > “Examines recent chemical analysis of the
> > and high-definition photos to reveal errors and
> > other anomalies within the forged Khufu
> > cartouche”.
> > It does not say that he has permission to
> > reproduce the images and I doubt he’d be so
> > blatant in the claims he makes in the excerpt
> > he knew for a certainty that his readers had
> > pictures in front of them and could judge for
> > themselves. We’ve already seen how readers
> > Creighton’s published material are asked to
> > his word for what’s in the (unreproduced)
> > evidence.
> > M.
> Hi M,
> IIRC, a person would need at least 20 milligrams
> of the organic material contained within the
> paint, (assuming there is any) to do a proper
> Radio-Carbon test, and this requires a somewhat
> larger paint sample.
> SC didn't bother to include a photo of Vyse's
> supposed forgery instructions, (allegedly found in
> the VPJ) in his last book, so I doubt he'd include
> these “high-definition photos” in his new
> Damn them Copyright Laws, full-steam ahead!!!
> Regards, W
I think it was "chemical analyses".. NOT radio carbon analyses.
What was that about misrepresenting what someone has said?