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The Ark is on Mt Ararat in Turkey. The US Air Force photographed it in the 1950s as they were concerned it might be a Russian missile base. Noah did not need it to build his house as they were not staying on top of the mountain. The Ark is completely frozen in ice, and 2 out of every 7 years it melts just enough for a small portion of the Ark to be exposed. Some decades ago there was an earthquake that produced a huge gash in the side of the mountain, thus making it distinguishible from the other mountains in that range, and also it caused a portion of the Ark, perhaps a quarter of it, to slide several hundred meters down the mountainside. This is all well documented, so don't bother asking me for sources. Do your own research.

Anonymous, FSTDT Comments 32 Comments [5/2/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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I did my own research and found many, many sources revealing it to be a hoax.

You fail.

5/7/2007 5:12:40 AM


Seeing as glaciers move and that's what's on the top of the Biblical Mt. Ararat, wouldn't the Ark of been pushed down by the ice over the years, ground up, or left in a valley where it does get warm enought o utterlyd destroy the thing?

THe only reason we ever find preserved stuff like the Ice Man is because of dumb luck and caves, neither is really possible with a crazy super-boat.

5/7/2007 5:31:51 AM

mad dog

Of course, the reason you don't post the \"research\" is because it doesn't exist. (Yes, I saw that old episode of \"In Search Of,\" too. Just because Leonard Nimoy looked gravely at you from the TV set doesn't make it true.)

This does not sound logical at all for him to do this. Perhaps he had one too many vulcan mind melds?

5/17/2007 4:43:46 PM


Did the research. You're a liar.

5/17/2007 7:07:27 PM


You can back up your own ridiculous fundie claims. We don't need to do your work for you.

Of course, you won't post any proof at all cause your ridiculous fundie claims are ridiculous fundie hoaxes.

5/18/2007 3:50:10 AM



5/18/2007 10:20:45 AM


...There's glaciers in Turkey?

5/23/2007 2:05:38 AM

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