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Noah's ark being on Mount Ararat is nothing new. There is that supposed top secret photo that the U.S. Government kept hidden of the ark being there, largely covered in ice and captured by a spy satellite camera. Moreover, other explorers over the years have claimed the same location of the ark. But this appears to be the first major and highly funded research project - outside any government - to finally disclose what many have known for a long time. As to The Great Flood being the result of divine intervention is concerned, I am not buying it. A much more likely scenario and one backed up by growing archeological evidence, is that the flood was caused by a holocaust stemming from an ancient nuclear war between the Anunnaki and the Atalans (Atlanteans). The latter lost due to the much more powerful antimatter weapons of the Anunnaki; causing not only The Great Flood, which is documented in various ancient cultures, but also worldwide earthquakes and the tilting of the planetary axis.

paulrichard, Fox News 47 Comments [5/3/2010 3:41:19 PM]
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Bowen

Is it just me, or are these people getting crazier?

5/3/2010 3:47:11 PM



The craziest part is that people bought in to the original story. It's on fox news whose source seems to be "The Sun" tabloid.
I don't think you could get any further into imagination land.

5/3/2010 3:58:24 PM

Dark_Lord_Prime

Anti-matter weapons, you say?

Do you have ANY idea what one of those would do to the planet?

5/3/2010 4:05:37 PM

Mr Blur

So, these people had nuclear weapons but the best they could do to save themselves was a big wooden boat that had no chance of floating.

5/3/2010 4:08:03 PM

Lucilius

Hey, one bizarre fantasy is as good as another. This is no less likely than the Biblical story.

Of course, it's no more sensible either.

5/3/2010 4:11:50 PM



Did anyone else almost cry when they realized this wasn't even the craziest thing on here?

5/3/2010 4:11:55 PM

shykid

Absolutely nuts.

5/3/2010 6:25:01 PM

Smilodon

@Dark_Lord_Prime

1.5 kg of the stuff alone would create a 64 megaton explosion.

Of course sane people know that any civilization that could produce that much antimatter would leave behind some pretty impressive ruins. And nobody has seen such ruins.

EDIT: And people have looked at the Ararat anomaly using satellites before, all they found were some big blocky rocks.

5/3/2010 6:39:06 PM

Reverend Jeremiah

That was a WHOLE lot of conspiracy jibberish there pal..wow..I just live in boring old reality.

You live in exciting conspiracy land, where even your grandmother can be secretly working for the men in black.

5/3/2010 6:46:49 PM

Malkyrian


5/3/2010 6:52:36 PM



And yet not a single one of the people saying they found the ark has had an archeology degree. Funny, that.

This is just pseudo-archeology garbage that can be disproven with about 5 minutes of Google research.

5/3/2010 7:46:06 PM

Rumpshaker Slim

An ancient nuclear war? Global flood? Worldwide earthquakes?

Someone call Roland Emmerich! I've got a great idea for his next project!

5/3/2010 9:12:15 PM

Lucifer

WHAT IN NINE HELLS IS THIS SHIT!! ARE YOU ON DRUGS,SIR???

5/3/2010 10:39:26 PM

Pule Thamex

Oh dear! paulrichard, you forgot about the interdimensional Hyperanurarboreals. These are dimensionally unstable super tree-frogs, as they appear to us in our dimension, however, in their own dimension they appear as colossal, godlike figures of superhuman abilities and with super weaponry the likes of which are rarely seen on Earth. They are almost religiously cult-like figures in appearance and judging by their feats as well. Earth, by the way, appears in their dimension as a dessicated plum with a clown nose.

Anyway, the point is, the Hyperanurarboreals countered the antimatter weapons of the Anunnaki with their own far superior antidarkmatter bombs. This means that it is impossible for a world wide flood to have occurred at all and the seeming wreck on Mount Ararat is nothing more than the rotting outline of a Swiss Alpine mountain-boater's skiff gone astray, probably having been wind swept off the Matterhorn and coming to rest on Ararat. Possibly due to the Hyperanurarboreal's antidarkmatter bombs momentarily turning the Matterhorn into the Antimatterhorn.

5/4/2010 12:18:13 AM



I went to Armenia, where the purported mountain is, and they don't allow you to put a foot on there, let alone climb, because it's a kind of sacred mountain. Wonder where this boorish guy who probably has never moved his ass from the Bible Belt knows that.

5/4/2010 12:31:56 AM

Tolpuddle Martyr

One photo of Mt Ararat. No photoshopping, lotsa rocks, no Ark!



That took 20 seconds to find, isn't the internet wonderful?

5/4/2010 1:45:11 AM

Doctor Fishcake

Congratulations. You actually came up with a variation of the Ark story that is even more improbable, and even more batshit insane than the official one!

5/4/2010 2:36:46 AM

Percy Q. Shunn

So, these ancient fuckers had this amazing technology of nuclear power and antimatter weapons, yet lacked the ability to record any evidence of their scientific advances on any media from paper to computer chip.

Alrighty then.

5/4/2010 4:03:21 AM



I... Don't know what to say.

What does a flood have to do with antimatter weapons? I'm pretty sure antimatter doesn't create and then destroy amounts of water sufficient to cover mountains.

5/4/2010 4:51:01 AM

werewolf

Nuclear-capable bronze age cultures with antimatter weapons? I used to watch Saturday morning cartoons, too.

5/4/2010 8:39:30 AM

I read about the afterlife

Even if everything you said was true -- how did the Kangaroos get to the ark?

5/4/2010 10:30:38 AM

Doubting Thomas

The fact that this is on foxnews.com leads me to believe that paulrichard is probably a Glenn Beck fan.

5/4/2010 11:37:33 AM

Jewsus

At least this still makes more sense than space daddy.

5/4/2010 4:40:00 PM

dingo

yet another great sci-fi plot ruined by stupidity.

5/4/2010 6:10:56 PM

Papabear

A satellite photo of the supposed ark, even if such a photo exists, couldn't possibly establish the subject as being anything but a possible pile of some kind of stuff vaguely in the shape of what might have been a boat.

Great floods have occured in many places, many times, but a global flood is impossible.

5/5/2010 9:30:56 AM
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