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There's been a considerable number of expeditions to Mt. Ararat in Turkey, looking for evidence of Noah's Ark. Mt. Ararat still is an 'active volcano' & very rugged, only strong climbers were permitted to climb... I've been laughing, thinking about Mrs. Noah protesting--"Please Noah, Don't Push the Animals out of that Ark Door!! They'll all fall down, & break their legs!!" So now, I'll guide you to a Web-site, where they've found 12 'Anchor-Stones' from the Ark, that weigh about 2 tons apiece, and the "Largest Pottery-Mold in the World", where a 550 ft Ark sat, at 6400 ft. above sea-level about 17 miles south of Mt. Ararat, near a town, which was 1st called "Mesha" in the Bible, Gen.10: 30-- ("Mesha" translated from ancient Hebrew, means "Saved from the Water".) Later, the name of the town-- later changed to "Naxuan". (Evidently, the Elephants aboard, were used to help 'Deploy' those "Stone-Anchors"....) Be sure to click on "Slide-show", & once you've seen all of that, then click the tool-bar where it says "Noah's Ark", & once you've seen where the Ark was about 1/2 size of the Titanic, then click on "Naxuan" to see the hundred's of house-foundations they found there.... Type In-- www.noahsark.com-naxuan or just click on what I've just typed, it's quite revealing to the un-schooled----be sure to read all of it you can, & remember, that today, we use limestone to make cement--and that we do know of Limestone Caves, like Carlsbad Caverns, where we can see the cementing actions of stagamites, & stagalites that are formed by dripping water, & imagine mixing lime-water into a Clay-mud--base to harden into a 17' high adobe- brick 500 ft long, where the Ark sat--(Yes, the Ark, being made of wood--did "ROT AWAY"!), but the Clay-mud, it sat upon--DID NOT!!

53 Korean Vet, Newsvine 65 Comments [3/11/2009 9:25:02 PM]
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so you have a place where you might have once had a boat less then half as big as it would have to be to carry that many animals, in some cave. the bible is obviously proven to be the word of god, let us all sinners repent and worship the all mighty god and his clay imprint of a boat...

3/11/2009 9:28:44 PM

Philbert McAdamia

stagamites, & stagalites

'nuff said.

3/11/2009 9:35:48 PM


And it was debunked as a hoax.

3/11/2009 9:38:48 PM


Uhh...why did the arc need 'anchor stones'?

I mean it floated off as the water rose and then grounded when it fell...or so the bible says...so what use were these anchors?

Duh, I forget I'm talking to a fundie, it doesn't need to make sense, you just have to "believe", right?

3/11/2009 9:56:43 PM


"it's quite revealing to the un-schooled----be sure to read all of it you can"

...That is absolutely priceless.

3/11/2009 10:10:37 PM


Smug dipshit.

This is complete kak.

3/11/2009 10:14:44 PM


So the ark grounded then, as of course it says in the bible, they built a wall around it? Yeah I can see that. Actually one of the few bits of the bible that make any sense to me is that the first thing Noah did is plant a vineyard, make wine and get pissed. That's what I call getting your priorities right.

3/11/2009 10:58:09 PM


Does this remind anyone else of that noise the teacher's made in the Charlie Brown cartoons?

3/11/2009 11:07:58 PM


So.. you think that a humongous wooden boat that would've collapsed under its own weight was carrying around 48,000 lbs of stone, along with the thousands of animals?

Further: stagamites and stagalites? SERIOUSLY?

*unable to continue for laughing so very fucking hard*

3/11/2009 11:16:46 PM


What a gullible moron.

3/11/2009 11:33:36 PM

french student

And of course the site you refer to as "proof" is down. Bummer, there would have been plenty to laugh at there...

3/11/2009 11:36:19 PM


1/2 the size of the Titanic, and it fit 2 of every animal in the world?

Yeah, my bullshit meter's going haywire. Its something local Turks propagate to get gullible people like 53 Korean Vet to go spend their money in Turkey.

3/11/2009 11:47:35 PM


Huh? You tripping or what?

3/12/2009 12:00:37 AM


Ramble much?

3/12/2009 12:19:38 AM


'Evidently, the Elephants aboard, were used to help 'Deploy' those "Stone-Anchors"

Not content with the original fairy tale the fundies are writing fan-fic now.

3/12/2009 12:20:30 AM


'Evidently, the Elephants aboard, were used to help 'Deploy' those "Stone-Anchors"

Not content with the original fairy tale the fundies are writing fan-fic now.

3/12/2009 12:21:06 AM

Dio Fa

3/12/2009 12:45:03 AM

a mind far far away

Heard it all before. There's nothing at Ararat that would cause one to think there was a large ship there. I also like how you completely fuck up a Hebrew word. Mesha does not mean "saved by water." It simply means "saved".

3/12/2009 1:03:29 AM

a mind far far away

And just what in the hell are 'stagamites' and 'stagalites'?

3/12/2009 1:04:21 AM


Why do you guys bother looking for evidence anyway? I thought you were meant to trust in your god and faith was enough?

3/12/2009 1:22:36 AM


And just what in the hell are 'stagamites' and 'stagalites'?

Stagamites are fossils of drunk mites that found all the wine and Stagalites are remenants of the ... lights they used on board.... Ok that was lame.

Oh and when we gonna get edit button? xD

3/12/2009 1:25:02 AM


@ SolomonGrundy: ROFLing at the 'fan-fic'!!!!

And OP - also LOLing at the quote from 'Mrs Noah'! it's a good point though - if the ark landed on such a steep mountain, just HOW did the animals get down safely? And if there were only two of each, then there was no room for accident or the whole species was fucked.

3/12/2009 1:38:48 AM



3/12/2009 1:43:38 AM


Stagalites are stagamites with less calories.

3/12/2009 1:56:15 AM

Mr Blur

It's that Ron Wyatt drivel again, isn't it? Zzzzz...

3/12/2009 1:57:34 AM

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