Skip to comments.A Quantum Hologram of Christ's Resurrection? (Fabric of Time)
Posted on 02/22/2010 11:25:44 AM PST by TaraP
(I watched this Documentary last night on the TBN Channel Absoloutley Fascianting!)
In 2004, Dame Piczek became fascinated by the total absence of distortion of the Shroud image, a physical impossibility if the body had been lying on solid rock. Piczeks work strongly suggests that the image of Jesus was projected as a quantum hologram onto the cloth as His body underwent the process of Resurrection...
The entire Resurrection process is akin to the Big Bang creation of the universe when something was created from nothing, explains Piczek. You can read the science of the Shroud, such as total lack of gravity, lack of entropy (without gravitational collapse), no time, no spaceit conforms to no known law of physics.
Dame Piczek created a one-fourth size sculpture of the man in the Shroud. When viewed from the side, it appears as if the man is suspended in mid air (see graphic, below), indicating that the image defies previously accepted science. The phenomenon of the image brings us to a true event horizon, a moment when all of the laws of physics change drastically.
Dame Piczek contends that the image was created in an infinitesimally small fraction of a second and its formation was absent of the effects of gravity.
The Physics Behind the Holographic Image
The DVD copies of The Fabric of Time include 3-D glasses to better view and appreciate the holographic images.
Do we really need an old piece of cloth as proof? That’s why it’s called faith my friends, because we don’t need proof to believe.
ROFLMAO LOL SNORT. . .
Ping for later
The film highlighted the object around the neck to spell out the hebrew letters ABA-ABBA....
Science does...Let them see TRUTH! because they surely do not understand it!
To each their own. I am a man of very little faith, call it being 'jaded', experience or disappointments due to a lifetime of hearing lies, deceit and betrayals. For me, hard physical proof was required for me to join the church I joined. I relish pictures of the Ark, the shroud and other 'facts' that are given in the scriptures that are only lately being substanciated by science. For some of us; these bits of physical material give us the 'boost' we need to have faith in the unknown.
I thought Thomas got his proof?
Fantastic work ! I’ve often wondered about how this image became proportioned so...
I’ll try to catch this book / special on shelves / tv. Thanks !
Well GOD bless you for your honesty...
I guarantee you will be as fascinated as I was, when watching the film..*The Fabric of Time* I do not think I blinked or moved for the entire hour it was on...
Wish I had the 3-D glasses!
Is this similar to your theory?
“For some of us; these bits of physical material give us the ‘boost’ we need to have faith in the unknown.”
Praise God, I am grateful this helps you and others like you. Whether it is THE burial cloth or not, it has qualities that astound physicists and defy the natural laws as they are currently understood.
That's a pretty stupid statement when you are referring to someone that was born to a virgin and raised from the dead.
Knew this...well at least it was the only way the image, if indeed it is that of Jesus, was put on the cloth.
God invented the technology, and He can use whatever means necessary to take care of things. We have NO idea of the technology that has not yet been “discovered,” but is there already.
Correct me if I am wrong but if I was laid out on a slab and a sheet was placed over me would it not go across my face and then go down the sides of my head over my ears etc., then if I gave off an image onto the sheet then the sheep was stretched out flat (like the picture) would not the image of my head be really wide and fat oval shaped? Not perfect like a photo as in the picture?
see my post #17 and give me an answer.
Why would it?
I don't know anything about "quantum holograms" and I doubt the assertion that there is no distortion in the image on the shroud, but from the NT reports, it seems obvious that his body was dematerialized in the tomb, and then re-materialized and dematerialized again in the upper room.
“Do we really need an old piece of cloth as proof? Thats why its called faith my friends, because we dont need proof to believe.”
If you had been there at the moment of Resurrection, would you need faith to believe in Christ? NO, you wouldn’t. You saw it happen, after all. And so, neither did the Apostles and the 500 who saw the resurrected Christ.
The point is, that Christ’s Resurrection is not only an article of faith, but also IT WAS A REAL PHYSICAL FACT/HAPPENING, AND THE SHROUD ATTESTS TO IT, AND YOU WOULD HAVE SEEN A REAL PHYSICAL FACT/HAPPENING HAD YOU BEEN THERE....
Christ’s story is not just “faith”, it really happened.
Ask yourself if you would today toss away a “video” (had that been possible in ancient times) of the parting of the Red Sea because, you reason, you don’t really need it because you have “faith” that the Bible says it happened.
Not if the body is hovering and the sheet above it is hovering over it when ‘blast’ of radiation created the image like a photograph.
“I doubt the assertion that there is no distortion in the image on the shroud”.
Yeah, I’m an expert just like you, and I doubt you exist. Don’t you love bold, unsubstantiated expert testimony?
What in the world is he talking about?
The Shroud is not paint, and what you said does not make any sense...
You would have to paint your ears, fold a fabric over your ears and lay it out, and I have never seen someone do that on a peice of cloth...Have you?
The fundamental underpinning of Christianity, the belief that God became physically human, and corporeally manifest to walk among mankind, is one based on physical proof. If "The Word" were adequate, there would have been no need for the Word to be made Flesh.
total lack of gravity, I think, means it was levitating above the slab, therefore, the underside of the body was not pressed flat as it would if it was against the slab. IIRC, theory might be that radiation came FROM the body, creating a ‘photograph’ on the cloth.
The floating theory seems like total speculation to explain the alleged lack of distortion. I’ve never seen anyone with a face like the shroud face.
Watch the documentary if you can, the physicists give a better explaination than the clumsy one I can give.
I could never explain it..You should watch the film!
Well worth it!
That’s close enough for me. :)
Maybe Frank Zappa looks like the Jews in Ancient Israel...
Do we have an photos of what the Jews looked like in Israel
when Jesus was walking about???
And as my statement, why would a sheet stay straight out over a body and now settle down the sides. At night does not your sheep drape down the sides and around your body? Now if by some miracle it stays flat, that would explain the picture. I don't get your problem with logic and common sense.
After being beaten and abused by Roman guards,then having a crown of thorns ( and these were particularly nasty large ones) shoved down on your skull, and being crucified my guess is that your face wouldn’t look to good either
I don’t get your problem with logic and common sense.
But that’s not either.....
What you are making is assumptions how the body was laid in the tomb....
Do you know that much about radiation and how it works in something like this event?
Oh YEAH, you are probably 100% correct...The Jewish men prolly all looked just exactly like Frank Zappa !
I thought Zappa was Jewish.
Yes it is “faith” and you have to “believe”, as in not knowing first hand of a true fact. It involves only having to take someone else’s account, or other evidence to try to conclude what is truth. But believing and having faith, by definition, is an acknowledgment of not knowing.
If science elevates what is known to fact so that there is no more faith or belief, but rather knowing, it’s a whole new ballgame. At that point there is no need for believing or faith. It’s accept the proven truth. Or, said a different way, “Are you stupid? This is proof of an actual resurrection from the dead. You better get your own spiritual house in order.”
He was originally Catholic, but became an atheist.
I’m pretty sure Frank Zappa was Italian.
There was piece of cloth that went over the fact. As for the photo perfection, that has what has got the attention of the world. It was not until after the invention of photography and the image on the shroud was photographed that it was realized that the image was a photo-negative. Skeptics said that it has been made by the scotching the cloth by a hot statue. (My question being) why the supposed forger would have chosen to create such an image? Recently, a burial shroud was found in Palestine . It was dated to that time and was of a different weave. From that evidence it was contended that a eave like the shroud was not available in Palestine. This substantiates theclaim that the image is medieval. (My question being) If Jesus was laid in the tomb of a rich man and wrapped in a garment he provided, How do we know where he obtained the garment? It need not have got it locally. As part of an empire as extensive as the United States, “Joseph of Arimathea” might have had products from as far away as Britain or situated in the Middle east, as far away as India or China.
Bottom line, through: we don’t know anything for sure.
No, mathematically it makes sense. It even makes sense if one thinks of it as an artistic creation.
I thought the carbon dating on this was much later than the time of Christ? I remember the University of Arizona doing a carbon dating in the 90’s.