Re: appearance of history

David Campbell (
Wed, 11 Feb 1998 11:51:12 -0400

>I am not sure how you know that: "the wine at Cana had apparent age, but not
>history." You did not test that wine, did you?

Those there tested it and found it tasted like wine. Wine normally takes a
while to form. Thus, an appearance of age was present.
No extra features recording a history of the wine were noted by those
present. Even if some had been saved as a souvenir, I don't think there
are any tests that could remaining detect traces of history (given the lack
of comparative material). Thus, any false history is not apparent.

David C.