In my chemistry class that I took this past semester we learned about the Shroud of Turin, which was said to be the cloth that Jesus was wrapped in after the crucifixion. I was told that the cloth was carbon dated, and when the results came it was that not of a time of Christ; therefore meaning that it was either a fake or not used on Christ, but used on another human. This conversation sparked my interest, therefore I searched the ‘Shroud of Turin’ on google today, finding a USA today article that claimed that the Shroud of Turin had been tested a second time, revealing that it truly WAS at the time of Christ… which makes me wonder…. was the first (controlled must I add) tests (yes, tests, there were multiple) true, or is this ‘second test’ an act of money? Maybe that it is because of my interest in science that I believe the second choice to overcome the first, but I am curious as to what others believe….religious or not
Anonymous asked: Do you ever have those people in your life that you wouldn't date right now but you could see yourself with in 10 years?
have you seen noah’s ark recently?
"I see you in colors that don’t exist."
Paul Matsumoto (via emissarium)
My new years resolution is to
stop defending who I am,
and why I do what I do
to others, but also myself.