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Noah's Ark found?

Postby Altaori » Sat Dec 21, 2002 4:00 pm Here a link about it. There are many more sites but I'm too lazy to post 'em all. :clown: I don't think it has been found. It would be great if it had but I seriously doubt that its the Ark. I could be wrong, though. How about y'all?
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Postby Nyufrost » Sat Dec 28, 2002 6:04 am

I saw a special on the History Channel about it and it seems to me like they pretty well proved that it was indeed Noah's Ark. I haven't looked at that website you posted yet but I will after I finish posting ... maybe it is something different.

In the meantime, maybe some other folks have an opinion on this before they see the link.

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Postby OmegaFrost » Sat Dec 28, 2002 6:18 am

Didnt they find it like ten years ago?

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Postby Gigafrost » Sat Dec 28, 2002 10:21 am

I could be the ark but it seems like there's evidence that it wasn't a 40 day flood...I've checked up on other sites that seem to say that the area has fossilized coral and marine life there...
"Numerous samples of fossilized coral have been found around the site indicating that this area was once part of a marine environment. This proves that the flood waters rose high enough to bring a boat to this location."

Well, I won't claim to know anything about coral but if they're getting numerous coral samples from the area then it seems that the area would have been underwater for way more than 40 days...heck, in order for them to find "numerous" samples the area would have had to been underwater for many years, decades, or even centuries. This site has a little information on coral growth... ... rowth.html

Anywho, just thought I'd put all these thoughts out as I made them...things to think about, y'know?
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