COMMENTS FROM PEER-REVIEWERS
THOMAS M. VUKE is Vice President of Imaging at MIS, a software development firm specializing in imaging applications for forensic, biomedical, government, and industrial markets, where his responsibilities include integrating hardware and software solutions for specific scientific applications. Prior to his role at MIS, he was involved in problem-solving related to a variety of scientific settings, from equipment integration to laboratory research. Vuke is a long-standing board member of the Council for the Study of the Shroud of Turin (CSST) in Durham, NC.
In January, and again in June 2011, Tom reviewed Dayvault’s research article and made the following comments: “The story Dayvault tells is significant in its scope and is compelling in its presentation. The case is clearly made for the literal “stuff of legends”, lost for centuries, to have been found and meticulously documented. Having known Phil Dayvault for over 15 years and having had the privilege of reviewing his findings, I can attest to his earnest attention to detail coupled with sound methodology and integrity of purpose. Findings regarding the historical identity of the ISA Tile and its original locations are corroborated from many angles, and the role that the artifact has played in influencing numerous ancient pieces of Christological artwork is supported by his comparative imaging studies. The findings summarized in this article, and further expounded in Dayvault’s upcoming book, have major implications in archeology, art history and Shroud studies. Recommended reading for a variety of audiences!”
THOMAS F. D'MUHALA is President of ERI, Evidentiary Research Institute, of Raleigh, NC. He is also the former President of STURP, the Shroud of Turin Research Project, which was permitted in 1978 to conduct the most definitive hands-on examination directly on the Shroud. He is a nuclear physicist and is a Technical Advisor on the DATUM ENTERPRISE Board of Advisors. Tom has followed the Shroud since 1973 and has known Dayvault since 1995. His following comments regarding the "FACE of the GOD-Man" article were made in April 2011.
"I've been privileged to view Phil's evidence and follow his research from the time he returned from Sanliurfa, in June 2002. In my opinion, his evidence is solid, his research thorough and scientific, and his conclusions are accurate, realistic and well supported."
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