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That so directly contravenes the Turin workshop agreement that it could severely jeopardize the carbon dating enterprise. J., transl., Publishers Enterprises Group: Malta, pp.37-38.
The people present at the Niagara-on-the-Lake meeting were S L Brignall, Rochester, C R Bronk, Oxford, P E Damon, Arizona, D J Donahue, Arizona, J C Duplessy, Gif-sur-Yvette, H E Gove, Rochester and W Woelfli, ETH Zurich".
This is "," being part #3, of my series, "On this day 30 years ago in the radiocarbon dating of the Turin Shroud." For more information about this series, see part #1, Index.
As explained in part #1, the first few significant days 30 years ago have already passed but I will catch up and thereafter publish each day's post as near to its 30th anniversary as possible.
In my view, Gonella and STURP are being deliberately mischievous concerning carbon dating.
If the Turin workshop agreement is not followed to the letter, I am no longer willing to be involved. The telegram was sent on "."Dear Professor Chagas: A meeting was held at the Pillar and Post Inn in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada the site of the 4th International Symposium on Accelerator Mass Spectrometry on Thursday, 30 April 1987 concerning radiocarbon dating of the Turin Shroud.
Zurich was in a critical situation because of its error of 1000 years in the preliminary test.
Harwell had received negative publicity over the conflicting dates in the case of the Lindow Man.
But for strict evolutionists lots and lots of time is required ...Emphases are mine unless otherwise indicated.[Index #1] [Previous: 27Apr87] [Next: 15Jun87 #4] As we saw in the previous post (27Apr87), Prof.Harry Gove (1922-2009) [Below .], Director of Rochester New York's radiocarbon dating laboratory, a co-inventor of AMS radiocarbon dating, and the unofficial leader of the Shroud radiocarbon dating laboratories, had read in the 27 April 1987 issue of the Italian newspaper La Stampa, that Prof.It was evident that there were conflicts of interests. Amongst other considerations Hall was a member of the council of administration of the British Museum".
Behind Gove's "If the Turin workshop agreement is not followed to the letter, I am no longer willing to be involved" and his demand that "all seven laboratories must be involved in the tests" was his realisation that if the laboratories were to be reduced from seven to two or three, because of his clashes with Gonella, his laboratory Rochester had no chance of being selected:"Some laboratories had, therefore, been eliminated. In Rochester there was Gove: his clash with Gonella did not leave him with any chance.