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Friday, June 16, 2006

Has Noah's Ark Been Found?

Take a look at this and you tell me.... !


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just saw the guy on Fox news, on Kaisich's show: simple, but pretty dang neat. On the website, of course the petrified wood is cool, but the sea shells fosillized is a clincher to *something*. What else could it be? If it's not The Ark then this old boat on a mountain is quite a miracle.

I think this is it.

But the thing that taps on my head is the shape issue, especially in light of the reports from the Turkey Ararat. In Turkey there was supposedly CIA photo anomolies and a match on shape and even a report of people possibly having been inside in modern times... and testifying. If I could just hear the refutation of the Turkey Ararat or hear more on the dimensions of the Iran Ark.

8:23 PM, June 17, 2006  
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1:08 AM, June 19, 2006  
Blogger Ed Darrell said...

Why in the world didn't they take any experts along on the trip? It's highly unlikely that any boat from the past 40,000 years would now be petrified wood -- but the geologist on the trip clearly identified the stuff as basalt. That's igneous rock, impossible to be petrified wood!

I smell another scam. Have they asked you for money yet?

1:52 AM, June 23, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Responding to Ed.
I also wondered about which experts were brought on the trip. But then again, what kind of experts are required? And isn't a geologist an expert? It didn't say he was an intern.
Also, Ed, I think you read wrong. It clearly says the geologist said it clearly *appeared* to be a basalt dike... as in at first. The article is telling a story. And the story mentions that it turned out to be petrified wood, at least according to some scientific expert.
Time spans. You won't get very far arguing by time spans. If Christians believe history is 6-12 thousand years long (with scientific support), then 40,000 years is too big for them to compreehendo.
I didn't hear them asking for money on Fox News. I also didn't see any animated dinosaurs accompanied by intimate personality-expounding narative.

4:45 AM, June 29, 2006  

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