Presentations on the Shroud of Turin
The purpose of this website is to promote the better understanding of the Shroud of Turin through research and communication related to the Shroud. An important part of this effort is PowerPoint presentations on the Shroud of Turin to churches, clubs, or other types of groups. If you would like to schedule a presentation on the Shroud of Turin to your group, or if you would be willing to help us with finances, publicity, or in other ways at the locations below, please contact Bob Rucker (509-375-4770, firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mark Antonacci (314-704-0537, email@example.com).
The purposes for these presentations are the following:
- To go to major research centers to locate and motivate highly qualified people to do research on the Shroud.
- To encourage potential researchers and others to come to conferences on the Shroud of Turin.
- To go to major population centers to educate people about the Shroud and the need for additional testing.
- To encourage people to learn about the Shroud so that they can help promote research on the Shroud.
- To give people an opportunity to donate to the cost of promoting and doing research on the Shroud of Turin. All donations will go to the Test the Shroud Foundation in St. Louis, which is a 501 C(3) non-profit organization, so that donations are deductible from federal taxes.
The following locations are being considered for later presentations:
- Spokane, WA
- Boise, ID
- Idaho Falls, ID (Idaho National Laboratory) St. Louis, MO
- Batavia, Illinois (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)
- Lemont, Illinois (Argonne National Laboratory)
- Chicago, Illinois
- Oak Ridge, TN (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
- Huntsville, AL (NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center)
- Memphis, TN
- Oklahoma City, OK
- Los Alamos, NM (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
- Albuquerque, NM (Sandia National Laboratory)
- Los Cruces, NM
- Tucson, AR (C14 dating laboratory at the U. of Arizona)
- Phoenix, AR
- San Diego, CA (SAIC defense contractor)
- Pasadena, CA (NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory)