The Fine Art of Daydreaming
I have identical twin boys. One might think they would be identical in all respects, but that’s not the case. Twin A is actually more Type A than his brother. 793 more words
Why do you write for kids?
I submitted my first picture book manuscript to a New York publisher in 1968. To borrow their phrase, “it did not suit their current needs.” Forty-plus years and forty-plus books later I can finally see the forest through the trees. 376 more words
Guest Post by Author/Illustrator Leslie Patricelli
As a kid, I was painfully shy. I would hide behind my mom’s legs, and cringe when adults would talk to me. 897 more words
He writes in an email:
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If we take the question of the image formation without also taking into account the rest of the important data coming from the Shroud, I would say that even if Colin Berry could really produced an image on linen that would show ALL the chemical and physical properties of the Shroud image (I’m 99% certain that he can’t because, among other thing, there is absolutely no color penetration anywhere on the Shroud, which is something no medieval forger using the kind of chemical process he proposed could have rationally achieve), his result would never prove that this is how the Shroud image was formed. This would only show that the kind of "artificial" process he proposed can produce an image on linen like the Shroud, which is very different than claiming this MUST be the way it was done.