THE REAL NOAH'S ARK FOUND / IN PLAIN SIGHT


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    Michael KellyMichael Kelly

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    New evidence proving the Durupinar Formation is an ancient ship. It measures in perfect harmony with the Biblical specs of 300 x 50 x 30 cubits, on a mountain translated as "Doomsday Mountain," by a village known as "Village of the Eight," where the largest anchor (drogue) stones ever discovered are located. Numerous archaeological and historical evidence supports this being the Real Noah's Ark. This is the "Mountain of the Cordyeans" detailed in the writings of Josephus.
    To view the full body of evidence, please watch Ron Wyatt's original documentary:
    Condensed Version
    cafedevs.com/v-video-IoTkguzRaCU.html
    Full documentary:
    cafedevs.com/v-video-h7MNo5ASK5s.html&t=1210s
    wyattmuseum.com/
    To see the latest research and resistivity scans of John Larsen:
    noahsarkscans.nz/
    Common Questions or Concerns Regarding this Formation:
    1) Shape. The Bible does not state the Ark was a rectangle. It does not say it is 50 cubits from "end to end." Width in ships is given as an average. Additionally, the Hebrew word for Ark in reference to Noah is "Tebah," only used one other place in the Bible, being the basket baby Moses was saved in which was likely round.
    The Ark of the Covenant has a different root word.
    2) Location. The Bible does not say it came to rest on Mount Ararat. It says it came to rest "upon the mountainS of Ararat," which includes all the surrounding area. Additionally, Mount Ararat is a volcano and likely did not exist at the time of the flood. There is no reason anyone should look for Noah's Ark on Mount Ararat.
    3) Gilgamesh. The story of the deluge exists all over the world. One story did not come from another; they instead come from the actual event happening and people preserved the story to tell later generations. It doesn't matter which tablets or writings are older.
    4) Ron Wyatt. There is not a single substantiated claim against his character that holds water. One of the many claims was that the Israeli Antiquities Authority had never met Ron nor granted him permission or permits to excavate in Jerusalem. Ron was still alive to answer for this when questioned:
    cafedevs.com/v-video-9oJj6S5wByM.html&t=152s
    5) Dave Fasold believed it was Noah's Ark, then turned against the research, then later in life returned to believing it. Nobody has come forward with clarity on why. Fasold wrote a great book with great details on this discovery. Anyone who reads that book will never believe the author could have any doubts whatsoever.
    6) "Why don't I see wood?" This ship was roughly 1000 feet higher and was pushed down the mountain via mud and/or lava flow and buried. Petrified wood has been pulled from the formation and lab tested.
    7) Metal Rivets also found. People often don't believe metal could have existed during this period, however refer to Gen 4:22
    8) "This tourist attraction brings money to Eastern Turkey." This common statement couldn't be farther from truth. There is very little tourism in this part of the country. It costs nothing to go see the Ark.
    9) Anchor stones. They were not constructed as religious symbols which is the reason stones more recently found buried never have any markings on them. An 8,700 lb stone discovered would weigh 2,270 lbs when displaced in saltwater and thus, the hole is sufficient to carry the weight.
    Ref. The Ark of Noah pg 170.
    Additionally, they have been called "Armenian tombstones," of which there has never been a single one discovered in Russia with a hole pierced through it's top.
    Ref. The Ark of Noah pg 168
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Alex Bacon
Alex Bacon

This is utter bollocks

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Jay Sanova
Jay Sanova

Simple solution to end the debate: why not just dig it up carefully by real archeologists?

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

The Turks have not yet granted the permits.

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David Vanmeter
David Vanmeter

The level of stupidity here is very strong! But then again you are religious so that goes without saying!

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Man Of God
Man Of God

here's some truth what does any of this have to do with your salvation?

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

did you watch the video, especially the closing comments?

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O.Kristian Jonholt
O.Kristian Jonholt

As far as I can see, the ark was not a 'ship' ,it was, an ark. A bigg rectangular 'box' , with three levels, decks. 450 feet long, 75 feet wide and 45feet high. Gen.6:15

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

+O.Kristian Jonholt agreed, the ark was not round. I was making a point about the basket of Moses not being a square box. I wouldn't be so quick to dismiss this based on such a small detail. The body of evidence is compelling. Thanks for stopping by anyways.

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O.Kristian Jonholt
O.Kristian Jonholt

+Michael Kelly Thanks for your response, but still, a round form is refered to with diameter, length or hight. Two mersures, not three. And it is not correct that a flat bottom would make it unnstable. Look at modern super tankers, they are built like a rectangular 'box' with a bau. The ark was only meant to float, not sail.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

You've got to look at the Hebrew that Genesis was translated from into English. Noah's "Ark" comes from "tebah," also used for the ark baby Moses was saved in, likely a round basket. It means "Savior" or "Life Preserver." Conversely, "arcus" or box was used for Ark of the Covenant. If it was a rectangular box, it would have to be flat on the bottom. This model tumbles, rolls, and fails in water. I do not believe the Bible is referring to shape at all, but rather size. A round cylinder can be measured in cubes which is the amount of area and/or water displaced or held.

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Jack Fletcher
Jack Fletcher

It would not be possible, even today to build a boat of that size ,of wood, so how can anyone believe that one was made 4000 years ago by a 200 year old man in a region that has got very few trees?

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Jonathan Meyer Oklahoma Magician
Jonathan Meyer Oklahoma Magician

No veil over these eyes! The evidence is overwhelming. I love these recent high quality videos, it's almost like you're there on site!

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

appreciate your comment!

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James Edward
James Edward

300 cubics and sitting exactly where its supposed to be ..we have been brainwashed and sold as cattle 🐄.. because the masses refuse to open there eyes sad world we live in .....but we believe a man landed on the moon lol the photos of earth are fabricated but yet u believe lol....I stand by it this is the ark....or explain to me how that object got to that location it floated there stupid ppl wake up .....

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Aaron Hahn
Aaron Hahn

The entire Bible is written by man not some god and is ALL fictional so therefore Noah's Ark cannot be real, imagination is real and people wanting hits on utube is real. Wake up people.

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magic cheeseball
magic cheeseball

The problem is that is a rock and if Noah's Ark was made out of rock it would have sunk like a rock. Do you see any wooden houses that are thousands of years old? Noah's Ark would be long rotted Away by now

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magic cheeseball
magic cheeseball

Michael Kelly- oh okay I suppose the wood could a petrified then that's true

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

Wood that old, can actually become rock. That's what petrification does. They can petrify wood in a couple hours in a laboratory using heat. That is why it's common to find petrified objects around volcanos. This is a volcano. Rock that contains a lot of organic carbon was once alive. This rock contains lots of organic carbon.

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jason2017888
jason2017888

I saw a cloud that looks like that

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jason2017888
jason2017888

No proof of a global flood, no proof man lived hundreds of years long, no proof a man and his family could build a structure this big and finally no way to house and feed 'all the animals'

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jason2017888
jason2017888

Lol

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Richard Michael
Richard Michael

The late Ron Wyatt was a charlatan and a fraud who's many claims have been totally debunked. When he was alive he could never produce any credible evidence and despite requests to provide items or samples for testing by mainstream laboratories - he never did and all his photographic evidence was so blurred ( deliberately ) or not of what he claimed it to be. The site in Turkey has been well established as a natural,geological formation and there is no evidence of metal or wood there it's just mud and rock. Please do your own research and don't just believe what frauds like Ron Wyatt claim.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

and you cannot provide one piece of evidence to support your claim that Ron Wyatt was a "fraud" as it is all your own speculation with zero research. "Research" means you READ both the pros and cons to your current position before drawing a conclusion.

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Daniel Bok
Daniel Bok

HAHAHAHAHA...... ok, that wasn’t evidence at all. You should nothing to support the claim of Noah’s ark. Just like big foot, Loch Ness monster, UFOs, and god. People WANT to believe these things are real not mater what other people say. There is ZERO evidence to prove a 500 year old drunk lived, built a boat just smaller than the titanic out of wood, that it rained for 40 days and flooded the entire world for ONE year. First, London get more than 40 days of rain a year and it’s not flood to the top of mountains. Secondly, no wooden ship that size could last a year with out breaking like a twig. Thirdly, there is no geographical evidence to support a flood. Fourthly, acid t civilizations happened to never have written about a flood during Noah’s time. They have however told story’s of great flood through out there history’s many many times before. Finally, it’s a OLD as booked full of plagiarized story’s from past civilizations before the book was written. So stop believing in fairy tales and come the rest of us in the 21st century.

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winglessviper
winglessviper

The Ark was a box not a ship. A boat/ship would not be able to survive the open sea w/o propulsion. A box design would turn head long into a wave keeping it from capsizing. I do believe there was a global flood as stated in Genesis.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

If you're saying it was a box, then it had to be squared off on all sides. Think about that. A flat hull that sat in the water, instead of narrowed like every large ship ever made. It would tumble and roll in the waves and fail. The depiction in Genesis is regarding size, not shape. Noah's "Ark" comes from the Hebrew word for "tebah" also used for the "ark" baby moses was saved in, a likely round basket. "Arcus" or box was used for "ark" of the covenant. It did not need propulsion. The purpose of the drogue stones was to create resistance against the waves underneath and steer the ship into the waves, cutting through them with the pointed tip.

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Paul Rankin
Paul Rankin

You've got to have some serious brain damage to believe this garbage.

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James Edward
James Edward

Paul Rankin u gotta be a retard to not believe why a boat is sitting exactly where the Bible says ....u will be judged for spreading false information just keep that in mind .....

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Damian Caling
Damian Caling

Let's look at this logically. It would take eleven and a half million cubic kilometers of rain as that is how much it would take to flood the entire world from the top of Everest to the bottom of the deepest valleys. A storm that produced that much rain would have torn the earth to bits. And tell me what did they feed the echidinas as they only eat ants and if there were only two ants then they would have strayed. How did they keep the eucalyptus leaves fresh for the koalas. And a species could not survive with only one male and one female as inbreeding would happen very quickly. So no this is not Noah's ark and the great flood was not real

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Damian Caling
Damian Caling

+James Edward if science says the earth is 4 billion years old and religion says it's 6000 years old which is more accurate? If religion says the earth is flat but science proves it's not which is more accurate. Science is more accurate than religion

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James Edward
James Edward

Damian Caling I understand that but science is not always accurate as well

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Damian Caling
Damian Caling

+James Edward except that science can disprove Bible events.

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James Edward
James Edward

Damian Caling when it comes to gods power anything is possible

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David Donohue
David Donohue

This is nonsense, and there is no new evidence. a decade ago, they used GPR(Ground penetrating radar) and found No evidence of a ship, nails, ropes, pots, or the exodus of global species of animals. All of the evidence is to the contrary. The size of the alleged object in the ground does NOT match the ark size from the bible. The small amount of wood from the ground in the area has been dated from 800 years away from the global flood (which never happened). There isn't enough wood at the site to make a small ship, much less an 'ark'. And if this site had the significant evidence required to prove a global flood, it would be considered 'sacred ground' and protected by a religious organization. Even the Catholic Church recognizes that this is false. There is a guy in the area who owns a farm and takes people up to the site for 20 dollars.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

+David Donohue tons of wood from a 4000 year old structure? How many wooden buildings have you seen from this time period. This formation is filled with organic carbon, proving it was once alive. You keep referencing an institution that you claim to be Christian. I'd invite you to read Foxes Book of Martyrs or Hislop's Two Babylons for clarity on who that organization is.

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David Donohue
David Donohue

+Michael Kelly - No... extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. I am not stating my opinion, I am stating the findings of the many researchers of the site who are specialists in the field. If you are making the claim that this is Noah's Ark, or evidence of the existence of Noah's Ark, then support your position with evidence. So far all of the reasonable and reliable evidence supports the fact that this is an 'interesting aggregate structure formed by landslides' and nothing more. Are you really implying that the current Pope wouldn't want to go down in history as the one who provided the evidence for Noah's Ark to his people? The fact is that he knows better and making a big splash about the site (now, knowing that is is not the site of any ship), would simply end in finding that ANOTHER religious artifact with debunked, which is counter-productive to the interests of the church. If the video and GPR actually showed a ship, there would be tons of wood (some well preserved), tons of varied animal feces, many many pots, ropes, some tools, etc, and evidence of people living on the mountain until the water subsided. After they "found" the ship, they would have dug and uncovered further evidence. There simply is none - according to the experts.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

+David Donohue the conversation has digressed to the point of you stating all of your opinions as factual without any supporting evidence or references. As I made clear, a true Bible Believer and the religious organizations with money and influence are not necessarily one and the same. The Bible is filled with examples of people proclaiming to be believers yet denying the Word.

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David Donohue
David Donohue

+Michael Kelly - no...the people who have abundant money and are most likely to benefit from the existence of evidence of the bible (after the tomb of Jesus lacked any evidence and the shroud of turin was found to fake) have also discounted this Ark research. The preexisting flood stories covered well documented eras in time that were NOT in line with the Christian Bible. This was made up and instituted by apologetics supporters who ignored the Texts And the Science. These floods were described in local terms, as they had no idea what existed beyond the realm of their travels, what oceans were beyond, that they lived on a globe, how big it was, or how much of it was covered with water. Only one of these local floods is ever presumed to have occurred and was a local depth of 23 ft. No evidence has ever been uncovered that a global flood ever occurred - And the overwhelming body of evidence contradicts this in every way possible. There are no stories of a global flood in japan, who has recorded history predating our own for thousands of years. If even one small scrap of evidence from this site had ever been proven to be in line with the Noah's Ark myth, the site would be crawling with people who would want to be "that guy" who unlocked the keystone to the Christian Bible - Yet None are. It's awful how: when history and science can be used to prove the bible it is, but as soon as it conflicts with the bible it is discounted as some theory of systematic coverup. It is as dishonest as televangelists selling water and stones on Sunday morning TV, soliciting for money that they do not pay tax on.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

+David Donohue John Baumgarder was with a 3rd party research company. It doesn't sound like you looked at anything from the original research, nothing at all. Again, the religious *organizations* would side with the secular. Remember it was alleged "believers" that called Christ "Beelzebub" before hanging him on the cross. The Bible, Quran, Gilgamesh, and many other stories are describing an event that actually happened. One story is not derived from another, so it doesn't matter which was recorded first. There are more than 100 accounts of the great deluge in civilizations on opposite sides of the world. The common denominator amongst the stories is a prophet who had foreknowledge of the coming flood that prepared for it and survived.

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christopher Weakley
christopher Weakley

Where was Noah Barried? is the question.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

go to the Wyatt's website and I believe there are pictures of the location.

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Pastor Paul D
Pastor Paul D

Those that can’t see all the evidence that overwhelmingly shows us that this must be the Ark I feel extremely sorry for you . Now for all of us that can clearly see this for what it is , isn’t it simply wonderful .

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Todd Klemme
Todd Klemme

I have a theory. The real ark landed in the mountainous Arorah (sp?) gorge....where part of the broken ark is on a ledge of the mountainside and the other part in a lake down the slope. The Ron Wyatt sighting as in this video was a reproduction by some early descendants of Noah (perhaps Nimrod) to commemorate the ark's landing. Obviously, only one of the sites can be the actual ark. What do you think?

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

Most of the eyewitness accounts have been proven wrong. I don't remember off hand which sighting the Ahora gorge is, but I don't think any of those stories check out. The link I'll paste below goes into most of those stories, but also has tremendous evidence in favor of the durupinar formation if you have time to listen: http://youtu.be/2kOgEkq-BPQ

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chatter
chatter

Two thoughts...provide the coordinates so we can 'google earth' ' the site. And two, shouldn't a wooden boat thousands of years old completely disintegrate over time due to wind and rain erosion? Actually three now, why didn't the Wyatt fella take samples for carbon dating or even better, excavate the entire site?....that would unequivocally = mystery solved,right?

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

1) Go to googlemaps and punch in "noah's ark turkey." It's the one that says "national park." 2) Heat allows them to petrify wood in a couple hours in a laboratory. This is a volcano. It was covered with mud and lava, which caused it to petrify. Berossas actually wrote that it had already petrified 2000 years ago and people could not break off pieces of wood because it was hard as rock, so they took bitumen instead. 3) The Turks allowed Wyatt to pull and sample one piece of petrified wood. I believe the Wyatt museum is still on possession of that piece. The Turks will not grant the permits for a full excavation.

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Silent Zoner
Silent Zoner

Noas ark is bull crap doesn’t exist as with religion it’s just dumb story’s people told each other and wrote down changed over the years to suit certain ideals and people own agendas to lure others into believing in the crap they want them to.

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Sarah McGiffid
Sarah McGiffid

According to one conservative estimate, the ark would have been about 438 feet [134 m] long, 73 feet [22 m] wide, and 44 feet [13 m] high. It thus had a gross volume of some 1,400,000 cubic feet [40,000 cu m]. The ark was constructed with three decks, which gave it added strength and provided a total floor space of about 96,000 square feet [8,900 sq m]. It was built of resinous​—and thus water-resistant—​wood, possibly cypress, and was sealed inside and outside with tar. (Genesis 6:14-16) We are not told how Noah fastened the timbers together. But even before relating the Flood account, the Bible mentions forgers of copper and iron tools. (Genesis 4:22) In any case, to this day wooden drive pins known as treenails are used to build some wooden ships. The ark had internal compartments, a door in its side, and a one-cubit-high tsoʹhar, which may have been a gabled roof, possibly having openings below it for ventilation and light. The Genesis account makes no mention, however, of a keel or a prow or of any sails, oars, or rudders on the ark. In fact, the same Hebrew word for “ark” is used to describe the pitch-covered basket used by the mother of the infant Moses to keep him afloat in the waters of the Nile River.​—Exodus 2:3, 10. It was just a large rectangular box whose only purpose was to float. Recall that the Bible does not say exactly where the ark alighted as the floodwaters ebbed. It merely mentions “the mountains of Ararat.” It is only natural for explorers and speculators to single out the highest peak in the region. However, the Scriptures do not specify that God arranged for the ark to come to rest on the very top of Mount Ararat, which is today a frigid and lofty mountain peak nearly three miles [5 km] above sea level. * Remember, Noah and his family lived aboard the ark for several months after it landed. (Genesis 8:4, 5) It also seems unlikely that after disembarking, they and the many animals aboard had to climb down from a towering summit like mountaineers. Perhaps, then, the terrain where the ark landed was more accessible than some modern-day explorers imagine, yet still high enough to fit the description at Genesis 8:4, 5. And regardless of where the ark landed in the Ararat region, might it not have vanished centuries ago because of decay and scavenging? Furthermore, there is something questionable in the claims that publicists sometimes make about the religious importance of their explorations. The organizer of one expedition claimed that finding the ark “will confirm the faith of millions . . . and many will be brought to faith.” At a news conference in 2004, he said that finding the ark would be “the greatest event since the resurrection of Christ.” His exploration was later canceled. Would finding Noah’s ark really confirm and even create faith? The Bible shows that genuine faith does not depend on objects we can see and touch. (2 Corinthians 5:7) Some people are so skeptical that they insist that only physical evidence would enable them to put faith in certain Bible accounts. The truth is, though, that for such individuals no amount of evidence would produce faith. Jesus himself said that some people simply cannot be convinced of spiritual truths​—even if they should see someone rise from the dead.​—Luke 16:31.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

It looks like you copy & pasted an article there, so I'm not going to read all of that, but the first paragraph has an issue. Moses, the author of Genesis, was educated in Egypt, therefore the conservative estimate should re-evalute why they went with the Mesopotamian cubit rather than the larger Royal Egyptian Cubit which would put the ark at 515 feet. Guess how big this formation is.

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James Dillon
James Dillon

Man the god of the bible is sadistic. He is all knowing, yet creates a race that he knows he is going to have to destroy. But instead of improving mankind or making a different species he just allows man kind to populate the planet all over again through incest, again, knowing he's going to do it again at some time in n the future. Why do people believe this b.s.?

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Riz Asili
Riz Asili

It is also mentioned in another book of God other than the Bible

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Airbornejoe1986
Airbornejoe1986

The story of Noah's Ark NEVER HAPPENED!!!!! If it did the thousands of other civilizations would have recorded it.....and guess what??.... they didn't.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

+Airbornejoe1986 you first essentially claimed there's no such thing as the Epic of Gilgamesh, Atrahasis Epic, Ogygian Flood, Deucalion Flood, and literally over 100 other flood stories recorded on opposite sides of the planet. Now you are claiming the fossil record denies that the dinosaurs existed. You mixed in some other red herring examples but I'll disregard those.

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Airbornejoe1986
Airbornejoe1986

+Michael Kelly so what??? if there's flood stories there's stories of Giants and dragons and magical beings, mermaids, unicorns, ogres, elves, aliens... shall I go on? all of these stories have something in common they are thousands of years old.... but the geological evidence and the fossil evidence proves none of them ever existed..... so again no great Earth flood ever happened!!!! They are just stories and purely that.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

+Airbornejoe1986 Randall Carlson. She might enjoy listening to the podcast. They also discuss the many other flood stories that really nobody even disputes.

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Airbornejoe1986
Airbornejoe1986

+Michael Kelly 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂......what respected geologist??? My sister has her doctorates in geology she currently works for the USGS and she laughed hysterically at your comment.... no respected geologist has ever said anything about a great flood. although in the early years of our planet it did rain for about a million years or so.... but we're talking about over 3 billion years ago long before human beings or complex life-forms for that matter walked the planet.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

The great deluge story is recorded over 100 times in different civilizations on opposite sides of the planet. This is fairly common knowledge. You can even youtube "Carlson and Joe Rogan" and hear a respected geologist detail the flood stories and massive evidence for great floods. The common denominator of every ancient flood story is there's a prophet with foreknowledge that was able to escape.

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joemar neal
joemar neal

Lol, does this mean white folks will stop trying to screw black folks over now

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Douglas Anderson
Douglas Anderson

If this is accurate, then in the name of humanity, it’s important to 1) preserve the site, 2) allow expert deeper investigation inside and outside as well as underneath in order to learn more

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Pot Ate Toe
Pot Ate Toe

The Egyptians, Chinese, Sumerians, Mesopotamians, and Peruvians kept meticulous records during the time of the alleged flood, and neglected to mention they all died. 🙄

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Rick Rodriguez
Rick Rodriguez

Beyond a doubt he was used in a most super natural way to find all the biblical antiquities, proving the true nature of the Holy Bible. It has always been the agenda of the enemy (Satan) to disprove truth with lies. People need to wake up to this reality bcuz mankind doesn't have long before the second coming of the Lord & then it will be far too late for mind changing! 100 Michael Kelly

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ayhan cetin
ayhan cetin

Or Fathers and Mothers day if you think thats better..

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ayhan cetin
ayhan cetin

Everyday must be like mother and wifes day for you..

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ayhan cetin
ayhan cetin

Rick Rodriguez And until then youre godless or what..

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Rick Rodriguez
Rick Rodriguez

Ron Wyatt was without a doubt the most credible Christian archeologists in all of history

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keith kuehn
keith kuehn

As for me, this is a very interesting and well done work in archeology. (but not nautical archeology) The formation is something that's for sure. But still at this time it is still dependant on your faith. So I'll put in my two cents worth. Decades ago, I was shown a piece of wood, collected from a U.S. soldier during the 2nd W.W.. It was alleged it came from a structure ON Mount Ararat. At this time, a few of us had access to carbon 14 dating, and this wood dated to about 8 to 10 thousand years old. If this wood came from a structure on the mountain, and if that structure is the ark, then what is this structure, not on the mountain but in the surrounding area? This Wyatt structure needs to be excavated, in order to find out more. By the way, I did keep a small part of that wood, but when I was burglarized it had disappeared. On the other hand, I may have misplaced it, so it may still turn up, at least my part of it. It's black colored from time, and is even crystalizing / petrifying. Also, the Durupinar formation may be in the shape of a ship, but how does anybody know for sure what shape the ark actually had? I for one think it had a much more barn / square / barge shape. A huge barge would have been so much easier to build in ancient times. This shape is very difficult to build at that time. Only a shipbuilder with experience could have done it, not poor old Noah. All that dear old gent had to build was a box that would float, not "cut" through the water. I'm going to stick with the barge kids....There are stories in other cultures around the world about a flood, and a man who built a ship. Now how does this happen? Right there is logistical proof of something happening. So, I will just have faith that the ark did exist, the story is true, and hope someday more evidence shows up to prove one way or the other where the actual ship is.......

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

thanks for your comment. David Fasold wrote a great book about this find and the evidence, as well produced a documentary. Maybe give it a listen while you're traveling or something: http://youtu.be/2kOgEkq-BPQ

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slopedarmor
slopedarmor

Downvoted this dumb religious nonsense : D

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slopedarmor
slopedarmor

+Chad : D Religitard : D

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Chad
Chad

slopedarmor redditard

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HatedHero
HatedHero

Oh they found a boat. Must be Noah's!.. Fucking idiots. LOL

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jquest43
jquest43

The "new ark discovery" on mount Ararat at 15,000 feet..show wood that has growth rings. Noah's world had no seasons. I suspect it's a fake video.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

I don't believe mount Ararat even existed at the time of the flood. Mt Arart (Urartu) is referring to a very large ancient region, not a specific mountain.

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Jim Jones
Jim Jones

Noah built a box shaped vessel to float not a ship

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

consider those measurements may be describing size, not shape at all.

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Gareth Morgan
Gareth Morgan

Horseshit of the highest calibre.

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Richard Gaynor
Richard Gaynor

Christians are as dumb as your average dog or cat. Pathetic.

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Chad
Chad

Richard Gaynor their is literal evidence and you denied it ok your fucking stupid

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Andy Walker
Andy Walker

That was possibly the platform where the ark was built- the actual ark is embedded in a glacier

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Kevin Murphy
Kevin Murphy

Can't find something that never existed. Please stop and live in the real world.

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ayhan cetin
ayhan cetin

Allah says its there then its there

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ayhan cetin
ayhan cetin

The Injil says Mount Ararat. As mentioned in the comment section it covers a large area and not just a single mount. The muslims believe in what has been revealed from Allah prior to the Quran, in all four books of Allah but only the Quran is in one piece. And because there are elements of divinity in the other books they can be right but also fataly wrong. An example is when Einstein relied on the Bible he got it a millions wrong. Then he relied on the Holy Qu'ran and he measured the speed of light precisely, as it is the speed of some Angels mentioned in an ayat

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ayhan cetin
ayhan cetin

Chad Mount Judi, not just some area

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Chad
Chad

does it say where it was rested?

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ayhan cetin
ayhan cetin

Look at pharaoh..

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sadev101
sadev101

wow just wow. you really see a ship in this? nutter

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ayhan cetin
ayhan cetin

Michael Kelly 4000? I read somewhere they dated it to be 100000 years ago

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

some geologists also see a ship in this. It's not likely to look like a Carnival Cruise Ship after 4000 years and being covered by mud and lava flows.

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Wthrwse
Wthrwse

Undeniable proof? Got a little way to go to make that statement. Christians need to be more open minded. If you believe in something hard enough you will believe in anything. Non- Chiristians need to be open minded as well and don't be so dismissive. I fall in the later but I do need hard, substantial evidence.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

+Wthrwse I'm referring to "open minded" Christians or non-Christians stating in my comments they need hard, substantial evidence. Generally, those people do not want to do any research. Yes, it is substantial. You have a boat shaped formation, exactly the size the Bible depicts, sitting upon the mountainS of Ararat (Urartu), near the largest anchor stones ever discovered, with ancient pottery shards that have been found with ark imagery on them, with evidence this is the mountain of the Cordyeans spoken of by Josephus or Berossus, and nowhere near any body of water. The mountain is translated as "doomsday." The village nearby is called by locals "village of the eight." There are mountain peaks nearby translated as "first descent" and others referring to the crow and dove Noah released. Even a tombstone with rainbow believed to be that of Noah. An man-made metal rivets and petrified wood. There is endless, endless evidence for those that are interested and yes, many Christians are interested and already believe this. Books have been written about it. But as a Christian, many of us are aware it will not be accepted by the world.

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Wthrwse
Wthrwse

NO ONE wants to put time in it? Really? Come on. So no Chistians have an interest in this? Sounds like an boo hoo on us excuse. If indeed something is there I would think millions would be interested.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

that substantial evidence is out there but people generally don't want to put in any time or research.

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Ross Peterson
Ross Peterson

"evidence is overwhelming". LOL....Fuck yourselves

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Ross Peterson
Ross Peterson

Retarded

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Golden Banks
Golden Banks

Maybe the cavities are as full of animal pucky as this video is!!

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Subaruuu12
Subaruuu12

Never existed, the bible is just a book of stories.

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e p
e p

Atheist would deny God in his very presence...

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e p
e p

+P.I Staker oh thank goodness. I can go about my day now.

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P.I Staker
P.I Staker

No, I would accept his existence.

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Robcatist
Robcatist

Not this shit AGAIN, it’s lava flow that just happened to cool in roughly the shape of a hull, nothing to do with that 2000 year old fairytale.....but hey in the words of John Lennon what ever gets you through the night.

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smb12321
smb12321

What "archaeologist", having found a discovery that would rank as one of the greatest of all time, takes a few pictures and leaves? Wyatt claims to have found: Ark of the Covenant, blood of Jesus, Noah's ark, Tower of Babel, Solomon's Temple, Sodom and Gomorrah and the tomb of Noah. LOL Yet not a single artifact is on view and thus far no lab reports receiving any objects for analysis. A buddy was out driving with his gal pal and they saw the "museum" (30 min from Nashville). He said it was so bad, so amateurish and devoid of scholarship it was actually funny. Friendly folks knew nothing beyond their memorized spiel. The vast majority were photos - not objects. They were divers so he asked the logical question - How can this chariot wheel be sitting on the surface. It should be covered by feet of sand and why are those on display not like the photos? (Guide was clueless.) Someone asked why he didn't break a chip of the Ten Commandments or Ark (mean Israelis) or why no other archaeologist had confirmed the find as was normal (they were jealous). But Wyatt did make a small fortune conning sincere folks who fell for his nonsense.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

+smb12321 did you cross reference this research with what Wyatt had to say about these claims? Did you even care to take a moment to look at both sides? When the writer of that tentmaker says "my source" in Israel said Ron was motivated by money, that's not a problem for you? Just glazing over that article, he uses "my source" at least twice to make major claims. If you are a Christian, you realize if this is truth, it will be called a "fraud" by the world and those that believe made fun of. If you are a Christian, you are not put off by "Christian" organizations calling it a fraud as it was "believers" that called Christ "Beelzebub" before hanging him on a cross. The Israeli Antiquities Authority made a mockery of Ron in the newspapers because "they had never met him nor granted the permits to dig in Israel." How rational must ones' thinking be to assume any random guy can dig in such a populated, high profile area totally unnoticed and get away with it.....as there are tons of video and pictures. Ron was still alive to respond to this claim when questioned about it. Did you look at that? Did you care? Here it is: http://youtu.be/9oJj6S5wByM Ron funded his own trips. He lived in a duplex. He did not make this "nice living" off these trips you're alluding to, which is why you have nothing to show. How many times do we need to prove people making accusations against Ron are lying for people to concede there's something going on here. A concerted effort to discredit him.

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smb12321
smb12321

+Michael Kelly It doesn't matter he gives glory to if his claims are fraudulent. When an artifact is examined, the lab, scientist and date are listed and the results published. Wyatt never did this (for obvious reasons). I should have said he made a nice living - not a fortune - and despite the infighting and split after his death the museum continues to take in money. Wyatt, Hovind, etc are con men who actually believe their own nonsense. Wyatt has no archaeological education or training which is why he is rejected by all except a few gullible poor souls. It is so bad that Creationists have widely rejected him and his claims. Visit http://answersingenesis.org/bible-questions/has-the-ark-of-the-covenant-been-found http://www.tentmaker.org/WAR/love_money_wyatt.html

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

Wyatt gave all the glory to the Lord. He found and revealed what he was supposed to, in the way he was supposed to. His artifacts and lab results have been shared with many, but the narrative will be what the world chooses. I'd like to see your link with details on this fortune Wyatt made. Please share.

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columbus j
columbus j

if you believe this dude you are a fool...THE ARK HAS ALREADY BEEN FOUND!!pieces of the Ark have been taken and given to the TURKS who hid the evidence and now block ALL expeditions to re relocate the find....the ARK is in a Glacier(and well preserved) on MT.ARARAT.PHOTOS HAVE BEEN TAKEN..where is the evidence of these finds??this guy is a liar

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Chad
Chad

columbus j i think you mean the ark box not the boat

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

an interesting comment to call other people "fools" because they don't subscribe to your specific "truth" which, like everyone else, you read somewhere and decided to believe it. Mount Ararat is a volcano that did not exist at the time of the flood. The Bible says "mountainS of Ararat" which is referring to the mountains of Urartu which is a very large ancient geographical area. It has nothing to do with that specific mountain and there is no reason for anyone to look for it there. Very Christian of you to call fellow believers whom you have never met "fools" and "liars." Thanks for stopping by!

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Something Wicked This Way Comes
Something Wicked This Way Comes

Is this the same Ark that was written about by the Sumerians thousands of years before the Christian faith was founded by Paul. Some 35 years after Muslim Jesus death on the cross for being a trouble maker. Definitely going to research the dating of this debris. So tired of Intellectually lazy Christians pushing their false deceptive narratives. Every bit as deceptive as FlatEarthers.

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Something Wicked This Way Comes
Something Wicked This Way Comes

+Michael Kelly It does matter because the Summerians who had the story of "The Great Flood" as well as "Adam and Eve" thousands of years prior didn't believe in your Muslim false God. Meaning your book and every such book that uses these stories is false in the retelling. Aka your faith is a fucking deceptive lie told and believed by fools.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

it doesn't matter which was written first. The Bible, Quran, Gilgamesh, all accounts come from the actual flood event happening. The drogue stones found near this formation are not even in the Bible, they are in Gilgamesh.

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robert Zimmerle
robert Zimmerle

What in the retardation is this shit?

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P.I Staker
P.I Staker

Bull shit!

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Dan Smith
Dan Smith

Once &*€=%÷ again this is a summerian story ripped off by the Hebrews there was no noahs ark the story is a thousand years older then the hebrews

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

it doesn't matter which story came first as they all come from the actual event happening. The Bible, Quran, Gilgamesh.....the drogue stones found near this formation aren't even depicted in the Bible, they are in Gilgamesh.

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Tyler Bowles
Tyler Bowles

Dig it up then

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

the Turks will not grant the permits.

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Paul Moronczyk
Paul Moronczyk

facebook.com

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Lindsey Corum
Lindsey Corum

I liked the video but hated the music.

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Lucy Fuir
Lucy Fuir

This is BS Noah's Ark is in my backyard

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paws mcgraws
paws mcgraws

Lol u niggas crazy 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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Hanoch Bieber
Hanoch Bieber

I’ve been here back on December 2017!!!

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Calvin Hunt
Calvin Hunt

I've just seen a kangaroo doing a facepalm! You must believe me. I immediately wrote a book about. Further credible evidence for this facepalm will surface in 3 to 6 thousand years.

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Nick Brown
Nick Brown

Realistically, the boat would have been harvested for materials for building or burning, not left to prove anything. God's Word is enough.

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IsuckharderthanLife
IsuckharderthanLife

+Chad Why not Qu'ran?

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Chad
Chad

IsuckharderthanLife bible

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IsuckharderthanLife
IsuckharderthanLife

Qu'ran? Torah? Bible?

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

amen. God's Word is enough.

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wornoutshoes11
wornoutshoes11

Wow... They are really looking for the fairytale boat heh... Finding something that did not exist is kinda funny... But to find it... Is simply dumb! Lol

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Chad
Chad

wornoutshoes11 same lenght and place as the bible describes it so please tell me how its not real if its literalty their

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Red Flare
Red Flare

Lol stupid monkeys

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Peter Andrews
Peter Andrews

An intriguing film. However music makes it sound like an advert. Spoils it, a bit of distraction. But thank you for a well researched video

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

might reupload without

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Zero Tolerance
Zero Tolerance

I found where Hogwart's is. It's not far from Rivendell. I saw it on Google Maps.

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Jon Perrius
Jon Perrius

Idiots

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Raoul Demer
Raoul Demer

A good example of faith, believing without evidence.

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H. Gluth
H. Gluth

Lets get this clear, there are no geologists who think this is a ship. I am speaking as a professional geologist, so do not be fooled here.

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Romulus DeJonge
Romulus DeJonge

These same geologists also claim the Grand Canyon was created during the same flood in a short period of weeks and months. GTFOH.

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IsuckharderthanLife
IsuckharderthanLife

H. Gluth The crux here is if faith is your motivation before inquiry. A geologist can be a theist without any problems at all. But if a theist starts geological inquiry to strengthen faith then an objective scientific approach is compromised. Premature biased conclusions based on insufficient data, therefore unacceptable from a scientific perspective. Theists seem to deliberately disrespect the division between objective and subjective. Carrying a scientific degree is often abused by theists to push their agenda. This video being an excellent example.

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Ryan Bell
Ryan Bell

H. Gluth — Just because you are a geologist and don’t know any geologists in your professional circle who believe this doesn’t mean that no geologists believe it. The world isn’t as small as you think.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

John Larson, the gentleman who performed these scans, has a degree in geology. William Shea, a Harvard graduate, had a degree in archaeology and geology and believed not only this to be a ship but also Noah's Ark. Dr. Salih Bayraktutan was a geologist of Ataturk university, believed this to be a ship. There are others.

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Eric agnostic
Eric agnostic

Probably not. Buildings and trees are older then the claimed dates. And also you mean Gilgamesh not Noah.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

Gilgamesh, the Bible, the Quran, and over 100 other great deluge accounts all come from the actual event happening. One story does not come from another. The drogue stones found nearby are not even in the Bible, they are in Gilgamesh.

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that's the guy
that's the guy

Religion is a Psychiatric delusion created primarily by social conditioning and therefore has never actually been true. It's time to wake up and get a clue your sky daddy doesn't exist.

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Chad
Chad

that's the guy: i'm a loser

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Taylor Moffitt of Holydean
Taylor Moffitt of Holydean

All great scholars are ridiculed and debated. Time will tell if this guy will go down in history as a dupe or great man. I reserve judgement, and would like to learn more before I make up my mind on what we are looking at there. I thought the ark was supposed to be higher and under snow?

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

Ron definitely wasn't looking for any kind of recognition. He always gave all the glory to the Lord. Not a scholar either. The Lord never used those kinds of people. Here is a short documentary with a lot of information: http://youtu.be/2kOgEkq-BPQ

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Taylor Moffitt of Holydean
Taylor Moffitt of Holydean

I'm really glad they did a little ground penetrating radar on it. I'd love to see some excavation to learn what's really in there.

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Serene Chong
Serene Chong

You call that an evidence where he has no knowledge and expertise on the particular field at all.

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Serene Chong
Serene Chong

+Michael Kelly. Yes because chinese empire disprove tou Noah flood.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

+Serene Chong you sent me a video about Chinese history. Of course it takes a team of people to verify. Watch Ron's original documentary and you'll see that. These people didn't somehow work for Ron. They were from different research companies.

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Serene Chong
Serene Chong

+Michael Kelly. Takes really long for me to explain to whole process. It's take a alot of scientists, archaeologist, equipment, Radiators and etc to comfirm 1 fact. http://youtu.be/Yb1CcvqJ0gc Watch this when you have time see how they do it. Not just according to someone. Dating Ching dynasty, the event took place almost the same time as Noah's Ark. Ching was busy conqueroring others chinese territory and no flood has ever kill them. The dynasty continue emperor after emperor. So conclusion is The Noah's Ark is just pure myth.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

What kind of knowledge and expertise did Jesus' disciples have?

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Jake ONeill
Jake ONeill

No the ark is like 15 min down the road from me in Williamstown Kentucky completely in tact and it cost like $40 to get in!!!

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Ross Dickens
Ross Dickens

Just as Father said, the Ark, is atop Mt. Ararat in Turkey. KJV

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

that's not what it says. Upon the mountainS (plural) of Ararat, coming from "urartu" which you can research as being a very large ancient geographical area. Mt Ararat is a volcano that likely did not exist at the time of the flood.

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Wayne Lamarche
Wayne Lamarche

Wow what a complete waste of my time.. Your ass is sucking buttermilk !

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Wayne Lamarche
Wayne Lamarche

I am sorry +Michael Kelly but I like to keep an open mind and share my opinion like you do but I am very concerned when religious nuts try to brain wash children into believing that a 800 year old man and 2 sons built a boat that could carry 2 million animals in it along with enough food and water for a year … I have to tell you some one is out to lunch and it is not me , maybe it would not hurt you to do some research on your own instead of listening to what the rich don't pay any taxes people tell you just saying.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

you should focus on clicking on videos you want to watch.

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MZ J
MZ J

So wuts new?

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isaiah pierce
isaiah pierce

This is just a rock formation you dolts. Geologist have already debunked your claim. Every science has debunked any claim of the flood as impossible. Please look to the evidence

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isaiah pierce
isaiah pierce

That's because it's not evidence. There is no evidence. It's a fairytale. The way science and archeology work is that a thought must be put forward, then it must be proved, then it must be reviewed. Everything this video puts forward has been reviewed and found false.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

Neither scientists nor archaeologists have even acknowledged this new evidence and I doubt they will.

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walkergarya
walkergarya

This is a rock formation not a boat and Noah's Ark is a fairy tale. Grow up people.

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Matthew Behne
Matthew Behne

Okay. Just so everybody is caught up, amidst the couple thousand comments for this video. The government of Turkey already granted Ron Wyatt the rights to the discovery all the way back in the 80s. This is a done deal already. They even built a visitor center there.

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Ben Bryant
Ben Bryant

Sad thing is thia myth predates abraham and is greek in origin. And not to mention the FACT that during this so called flood other cultures have RECORDED HISTORY that never mentions any flood of any kind....

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

the flood story is told over 100 times in different cultures all over the world. The Quran, Bible, Gilgamesh....all the stories come from the actual event happening. The drogue stones found nearby are not even depicted in the Bible, they are in Gilgamesh.

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smb12321
smb12321

This is not true. The Ark was found in the Sahara desert in 1783 by Emanual Eviskd who "disappeared" when he tried to tell the truth. It even had little toilets and a kitchen still intact.

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throwingshit
throwingshit

lol

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Lord Renek Gamer
Lord Renek Gamer

There is still no proof in this video and no paper put out by the church or university that say the ark was found at all All this video shows is one point of view and words to twist thier view point into making it seam to be truth but there is no hard truthful evidence. Also you notice there is no video or picture showing the exploring this area and the scans he shows could of been taken from anywhere in the world. No real evidence at all, just twisting of words and pics. Come back when you have hard proof to show.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

There will never be a plaque pulled from this ship that says "Noah's Ark," so if that's what you're looking for, you won't find it. The full body of evidence is overwhelming and you should look into it.

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Gabriel Schake
Gabriel Schake

For those asking for physical evidence or asking why these people aren't excavating this site. The answer is quite simple. The Turkish government won't allow anyone to. Same with the chariot wreckage at the bottom of the red sea. They can't touch it. All they can do is what they are doing in this video. So until international law changes or the Turkish government loosens up this is all we have. Another thing what if we did prove it to be real? What if we had hard evidence? Would you change your mind? Would it make a difference? Some people refuse to believe the truth even if it smacks em in the face.

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Gabriel Schake
Gabriel Schake

+Michael Kelly I find ancient archeology and biblical archeology in particular fascinating. I appreciate your work here.

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Gabriel Schake
Gabriel Schake

+Michael Kelly thanks

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

appreciate your comment Gabriel.

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Robert Payne
Robert Payne

The trouble is the Bible doesn't say that it was supposed to be "boat shaped" but an 'Ark' of certain width, depth and length.  The factuality of the Noah's Ark story doesn't depend on a "boat shaped" formation being found on the mountains of Ararat.  There are geological, biological, meteorological, zoological, hydrological, archaeological and other issues that go against the story of an global flood and genetic pinch-point of all breathing life on earth, just 4000 or so years ago.

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

"ark" coming from "tebah" having nothing to do with shape. "ark" coming from "arcus" is in fact about shape.

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xzabath1
xzabath1

I wonder why they won't excavate? I think it's because they will just find a bunch of stuff that Eve was created from. Maybe a few rocks also.

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Kurt Neighbors
Kurt Neighbors

cool info..... but please buy a pop filter

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crowolf65
crowolf65

Soooo... Does that imply that you are all inbred?

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David McCarroll
David McCarroll

This was proven to be bollocks years ago.. But the his botherers just keep bringing it back to the surface... Not the boat, that's just rocks!

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

It's never been proven wrong, detractors only calling it fake over and over until people believe them. These are new scans. You should watch the video.

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Tobinski1620
Tobinski1620

You people are fuckin retarded. Wheres any if the wood? Why not date this “boat?”

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J E
J E

Regarding the claims of Ron Wyatt. Baumgardner is a geophysicist who also happens to be a YEC. He studied the site and found it nothing more than a natural rock formation. This is posted on a christian website. From: John Baumgardner Subject: Statement Date: Thursday, September 26, 1996 7:13 PM September 26, 1996 Dear Gary, You recently requested that I formulate a statement that summarizes my conclusions regarding the boat-shaped formation located about 15 miles south of Mt. Ararat in eastern Turkey which Ron Wyatt and David Fasold maintain represent the final resting place of Noah's Ark. Let me first reproduce a statement I provided for the CRSnet of the Creation Research Society about a year ago in response to a similar request: Regarding my position on the Durupinar site, the core drilling we performed in 1988 settled the issue as far as I am concerned--the site is a natural formation, nothing more, produced by a mud slide as mud flowed around a ridge-shaped block of basement rock that is still present inside the resulting boat-shaped form. My position on the many other claims and questions is accurately represented in the article in the September 1992 issue of Creation Magazine, Volume 14, Number 4, entitled 'Amazing Ark Expose' by Dr. Andrew Snelling that critiqued assertions by Ron Wyatt, David Fasold, and others that the site indeed contained remains of the Ark. I refer people on the CRSnet who are interested in the controversy to this article. The footage of me in the video that has been shown several times on U.S. and British television during the last three years reflects my early enthusiasm about the possibility of a connection of the site with Noah's Ark, but it does not accurately represent my very firm conclusions reached after the extensive geophysical investigations we conducted at the site in 1987 and 1988. I realize this answer is brief, but I hope it is clear I am convinced the remains of the Ark must be somewhere else, that such remains are emphatically _not_ associated with this boat-shaped formation. The central claims Wyatt and Fasold have been making about the site are bogus. Let me next reproduce some email I sent to Mr. Jim Pinkoski last May at your request. Mr. Pinkoski operates the 'Museum of God's Treasures' at Gatlinburg, Tennessee, which features the claimed discoveries of Ron Wyatt. Gary Amirault called me this morning and mentioned the email exchange he has been having with you concerning the character and veracity of Ron Wyatt. He mentioned your remark that the reason I did not support Ron's position that the boat-shaped site did indeed contain the remains of Noah's ark was concern for my job. Gary suggested I contact you directly and set the record straight on this point. My reasons for concluding the site has nothing to do with the ark are based on the geophysical surveys my team performed in 1987 together with the core drilling we performed in 1988 which revealed a massive ridge of inside the site and aligned with the site's long axis. This ridge actually outcrops at the surface over about 40% of the length of the site. The ridge accounts for the stability of the site relative to the surrounding terrain as well as for its distinctive boatlike shape. The rock material that comprises the ridge matches that in nearby outcrops, especially that in the roadcut above the visitor's center. Furthermore, the material Ron claims is petrified wood is nothing but igneous rock of basaltic composition. We have analyzed many samples of it here at our laboratory, and Ron is aware of these analyses. Ron's assertion that I take the position I do because I am afraid I will lose my job is a falsehood. I am very bold in my creationist convictions here. For example, in February I presented a public lecture entitled "Exposing Evolution as Intellectual Fraud" in our community center. This has since been aired several times on our local cable television station. I just wanted to make you aware of some of these matters. I could share much more on a variety of claims that Ron continues to make. I encourage you not just to take Ron's word that his claims are honest and true but to make some independent checks yourself. Mr. Pinkoski shortly thereafter forwarded my email to a friend of his, Joel Davenport, who lives in Graysville, Georgia. Mr. Davenport then sent me a list of questions, which I answered as follows: Dear Joel, Let me try to give you some quick answers to your most reasonable questions. 1. Did you witness evidence of the metal rivets in this "igneous rock?" --none whatsoever. I have seen pictures of these rivets and wonder, based on what you state above, if they're from another site or from that location. Do you have any comments on that? --I am almost 100% certain that Ron 'planted' them. 2. As a layman, it sure looks like petrified wood that he found (and I've seen a sample of it in Nashville). Is it your contention that Ron Wyatt fabricated this evidence or that he brought it from another location? --Yes. I have spent weeks at this site and never once saw any sample that even remotely resembled petrified wood. 3. Are the "beams" (or "rib timbers") which I have seen in the video and on pictures not actual formations there at the site? --The dark, weather-resistant rocks are genuine parts of the formation. They are of igneous composition. Calling them "beams" or "rib timbers" is something that comes from (Wyatt's) human imagination. 4. Do you believe that the object at that site, which you yourself have tested, is a natural phenomenom, or is it man-made? (I ask you this as an expert in your field.) --it is the natural product of a geological process (a catastrophic mud slide) And if so, were there not metal rivets throughout the object? --absolutely not! 5. Were you misquoted or misrepresented in David Fasold's book which quoted you as testing the brackets and finding them at regular intervals throughout the formation? --One sample we collected in June of 1985 was mostly iron oxide. But this was the only sample of this kind ever found there. And there was nothing about it to argue that it was not natural, especially given the fact that the underlying rock formation is a strip of igenous seafloor. 6. Was the article in that Fasold quotes in his book just a fabrication of David Fasold, or did you really "using a metal detector, Baumgardner has been able to confirm the existence of metal at regular intervals. Baumgardner says he believes that metal is at the points where these lines intersect, giving rise to the speculation metal was used in the infrastructure of this craft?" --The method was a type of dowsing that David Fasold introduced and I naively copied. Upon discerning what it was, I forsook it. Gary, I trust these excerpts of email from the last few months will give the visitors to your web site a better grasp of who is claiming what, regarding this boat-shaped formation. It should be evident that I, as a scientist with a Ph.D. in geophysics but also an earnest Christian, am absolutely convinced the site contains no remains of Noah's Ark. This conclusion was reached after eight trips to the area between 1985 and 1988 and two major geophysical investigations during the summers of 1987 and 1988 in collaboration with Dr. Salih Bayraktutan, a geologist, at Ataturk University in Erzurum, Turkey. In the 1987 effort we surveyed the site with ground penetrating radar that involved 72 separate traverses spaced two meters apart. We also took 1200 magnetometer readings in a detailed magnetometer survey. In addition we made several traverses with an exploration seismograph. In the 1988 effort we drilled four core holes and performed additional seismograph scans. It was the results of the core drilling that revealed, with no room for debate, that a long ridge-shaped block of rock lies along the centerline of the site. Mud flowing around this obstacle is responsible for the almond, or boat-like shape. The dark colored boulders are pieces of the igneous seafloor rocks that happen to underlie the site. The glaring absence of human artifacts of the sort implied by the visitation of multitudes of pilgrims reported by historians like Josephus is a final forceful argument against this being the true resting place of the Ark. Also from these excerpts it should be clear that I consider Wyatt's misrepresentation of my views as morally wrong and dishonest. But his deception of multitudes of Christians who have not had the opportunity to check his claims firsthand as I have is an even worse crime. I give you permission to use these words of mine to warn people of this snare. Sincerely, John Baumgardner Los Alamos, New Mexico

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Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly

why does John totally contradict this statement in video footage?

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Mike Koster
Mike Koster

This is crap and Ron Was full of shit. He played you all.

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Daddy
Daddy

Dumbasses

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No Women No Kids
No Women No Kids

Still makes me laugh how ariel photos of dirt and rocks and non-distinct radar images are "The Truth" and non-believers just don't get it. Here's a wild concept: get some f*****g shovels and actually PROVE what's there! Nah...why do that? I mean...in another couple years some other dude is gonna find a mound of dirt and say, "Oh wait, here it is!"

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Melody
Melody

What about the wooden structure found on Mt Arat !

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Melody
Melody

We know there was a global flood ,there is just too much evidence !The nephilim were real ,we know have evidence they were real !

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