Smithsonian Magazine: How an Unorthodox Scholar Uses Technology to Expose Biblical Forgeries

Smithsonian Magazine: How an Unorthodox Scholar Uses Technology to Expose Biblical Forgeries . “As it turns out, [Michael] Langlois is a professional musician, having played bass on some 20 French studio albums, from soul to gospel to pop. He had recently laid down the bass tracks on an album of Celtic music by the French composer Hélène Goussebayle, and that summer he would perform in France with the Christian rock singer Chris Christensen. But he is also perhaps the most versatile—and unorthodox—biblical scholar of his generation.”

University of Michigan: Researcher discovers “Galileo manuscript” forgery

University of Michigan: Researcher discovers “Galileo manuscript” forgery. “After an internal investigation of the findings of a Georgia State University professor of history, the University of Michigan Library has concluded that its ‘Galileo manuscript’ — for almost a century considered one of the jewels of the library’s collection — is not a document written by Galileo himself in 1609 and 1610 but a 20th-century fake, most likely executed by the well-known forger Tobia Nicotra.”