Noah's Ark has been found

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Re: Noah's Ark has been found

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Post by Audie » Fri Jan 15, 2016 4:28 pm

JM7 wrote:
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Philip wrote:I tend to be highly skeptical that the ark could still exist. And even if it were found, a huge boat-like vessel with many compartments, high up on a mountain, I could see an unbelieving world nonethless finding some creative rationale to dismiss its authenticity.

I'm saying that you can not only believe it, but you can know it. If you're willing to travel and to do some real hands on research, you can know it.
Is this that "Noah's ark park" thing in Turkey where they collect money from dupes* who come to see
an eroded anticline that is sort of boat shaped?

There is Sheep Mountain in Wyoming, easier to get to. Look it up on "images". Looks like Noahs Ark
too.


* a person who cant tell a rock from a boat is a dupe
1.the formation is not an anticline and cannot be an anticline for one basic reason: it's not even made of rock. Geologist Lorence Collins thought it was an anticline, but the problem is, if you wrote him, he'll tell you that he's never been to the site. He has no specimen of the "rock" and the co-author of his paper said it's not an anticline. so, scratch that off your list and you need not repeat the claim.

2. there is a visitor's center, but there's no fee to visit the site. Scratch that off your list.

3. you hadn't addressed the pattern of metal at the site. there's no pattern of metal on Sheep Mountain.


Riiiight, its not rock.

The turks make a lot off anyone who goes to turkey. Free site? Cheap drinks at the casino, too.
They get the money.


Metal? There isnt any. You have been duped.

Few who have been conned have any easy time admitting it
to themselves.
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Re: Noah's Ark has been found

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Post by Bluejay4 » Sat Jan 16, 2016 10:36 pm

The wiki certainly leads one to believe this is not true but just another rock formation.
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Re: Noah's Ark has been found

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Post by Audie » Sun Jan 17, 2016 9:32 am

Bluejay4 wrote:The wiki certainly leads one to believe this is not true but just another rock formation.
If you look at some photos of the site in turkey you can see another nearby with a less well defined
boat shape.

Eroded synclines and anticlines are common. Its just silly
to think that this one is a boat.

Or that that preposterous "indiana jones" of bible archaeology went out
and really found all he claims.

No actual archaeologist has the least respect nor can anyone confirm any of it.

It is woo woo, like the face on Mars.
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Re: Noah's Ark has been found

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Post by Furstentum Liechtenstein » Sun Jan 17, 2016 12:36 pm

Audie wrote:
JM7 wrote:
Philip wrote:I tend to be highly skeptical that the ark could still exist. And even if it were found, a huge boat-like vessel with many compartments, high up on a mountain, I could see an unbelieving world nonethless finding some creative rationale to dismiss its authenticity.

I'm saying that you can not only believe it, but you can know it. If you're willing to travel and to do some real hands on research, you can know it.
Is this that "Noah's ark park" thing in Turkey where they collect money from dupes* who come to see
an eroded anticline that is sort of boat shaped?

There is Sheep Mountain in Wyoming, easier to get to. Look it up on "images". Looks like Noahs Ark
too.


* a person who cant tell a rock from a boat is a dupe
Americans don't travel much, not internationally at least. It doesn't make much sense to have an Ark Park in Turkey because only the well-to-do can go there to see the evidence first hand. I agree with Chinadoll in that the Ark Park should be in the U.S. but - in my humble opinion - Wyoming would not be a good site. Wyoming is not touristy and is not a major airline hub. The infrastructure just isn't there.

Nevada! Now that would be a great site for an Ark Park! Nevada has Las Vegas with its casinos and night life. Nevada has the Grand Canyon with helicopter and fixed-wing sightseeing flights already well established. Nevada is a tourist mecca and a major airline hub.

All that needs to be done is to rename some boat-shaped hill "Ararat".

y:-?
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Re: Noah's Ark has been found

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Post by B. W. » Sun Jan 17, 2016 1:38 pm

Furstentum Liechtenstein wrote:
Audie wrote:
JM7 wrote:
Philip wrote:I tend to be highly skeptical that the ark could still exist. And even if it were found, a huge boat-like vessel with many compartments, high up on a mountain, I could see an unbelieving world nonethless finding some creative rationale to dismiss its authenticity.

I'm saying that you can not only believe it, but you can know it. If you're willing to travel and to do some real hands on research, you can know it.
Is this that "Noah's ark park" thing in Turkey where they collect money from dupes* who come to see
an eroded anticline that is sort of boat shaped?

There is Sheep Mountain in Wyoming, easier to get to. Look it up on "images". Looks like Noahs Ark
too.


* a person who cant tell a rock from a boat is a dupe
Americans don't travel much, not internationally at least. It doesn't make much sense to have an Ark Park in Turkey because only the well-to-do can go there to see the evidence first hand. I agree with Chinadoll in that the Ark Park should be in the U.S. but - in my humble opinion - Wyoming would not be a good site. Wyoming is not touristy and is not a major airline hub. The infrastructure just isn't there.

Nevada! Now that would be a great site for an Ark Park! Nevada has Las Vegas with its casinos and night life. Nevada has the Grand Canyon with helicopter and fixed-wing sightseeing flights already well established. Nevada is a tourist mecca and a major airline hub.

All that needs to be done is to rename some boat-shaped hill "Ararat".

y:-?
y*-:)

Ararat Mountain is a 6,647 ft / 2,026 m mountain peak near Tonopah, Nevada, United State - See more at: http://peakery.com/ararat-mountain-neva ... x93Vn.dpuf

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