Michelangelo - Sistine Chapel - Microbiological Composition at Dye Transfer on Stucco 2016-02-07

Michelangelo - Sistine Chapel - Microbiological Composition at Dye Transfer on Stucco

  1. Mustafa Umut Sarac
    Hello there,

    As you know italian art mafia had been decided on clean up for Sistine Chapel Fresco. They did clean up the microbiological residue from the surface of fresco and it removed all the details and sistine chapel turned in to elementary school painting.

    What do I mean , science tells the metal oxide paints in the fresco kills all the bactery and fungus. But in 500 years , all the paint exchanged with fungus and bactery due to time effect on paints and their gradual loss.

    I could post 20 scientific articles from the best databases where they accept it.

    What kind of process I am talking about.

    • Michelangelo painted the fresco with lots of micro details.
    • Micro details been lost in time and replaced with black microbiology.
    • Italian art mafia cleaned the black residue.
    • And all the art work been lost but bold painting remained

    If you mix these paints and print with dye transfer or ink jet printer on to wet stucco , than you mix the fungus and microbes in the lab and coat the print with them , within few years , yoıu could see the same residue or bw print.

    You need to know the microbiological composition in black residue , here is the paper.


    Please find the paper in pdf , first 5 pages are at this post , remaining 4 pages in second post.

    Mustafa Umut Sarac

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