It's nonsense. But it's still news?
- He's an English teacher, with no scientific credentials at all.
- He has a theory about how the image appeared on the Shroud of Turin. This theory is not based on studying the Shroud-- he hasn't done that-- but on his own background doodling.
- A scientist who has studied the Shroud dismissed the theory immediately, citing real scientific evidence.
- And yet the homemade theory-- already disproven-- was given prominent attention on a national television news broadcast.
Based on that information, can you guess whether the English teacher's theory was an attempt to prove or disprove the authenticity of the Shroud?
No fair peeking until you've given your own answer.
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