And now we even know that the shroud could have been in Jerusalem in 33 AD.
Here’s what we should acknowledge that cannot ever be proved: The shroud temporarily covered the mortal remains of Jesus the Christ while He was in the tomb prior to His resurrection.
We can allow that based on this new evidence, we can assert that we believe the shroud is authentic, but we cannot claim to it’s real.
That would be claiming to have knowledge of evidence that eliminates any need for faith.
This is based on their research into piezonuclear fission reactions, which are triggered when very brittle rock specimens are crushed under a press machine.