We've found remains of Noah's Ark, say archaeologists

A team of scientists from Hong Kong and Turkey claim to have found wooden remnants of Noah's Ark near the top of Mt. Ararat, the site described in both the Bible and the Qu'ran.
We've found remains of Noah's Ark, say archaeologists
Stoyan Zaimov
December 12, 2011
A website is suggesting that the remains of the biblical Noah’s Ark have been found near the summit of Mt. Ararat in Turkey, and the research team’s project leader has published a number of scientific articles claiming the legitimacy of the discovery. The finding concerns a large, wooden piece measuring 24 x 123 feet from the Ark, which has been located deep inside the glacial ice 350 feet from the top of Mt. Ararat. The area has historically been associated with the possible spot where the Ark hit land after the ocean waters dispersed during the biblical account of the Genesis flood. According to the website, which is named Noah's Ark Found, talk of the Ark has been swarming the mountain region for thousands of years, though science has never confirmed its existence or location. The creator of the research project, Daniel P. McGivern, president and C.E.O. of Shamrock, The Trinity Corporation, has posted evidence on the website seeking to change that and argue a strong case for the credible existence of the Ark and its location at the 17,000-foot mountain. The "Science Directs Discovery" section features links to various scientific articles that discuss evidence for the Ark, as well as photographs from the archeological site of the discovery, and sketches that seek to illustrate the dimensions of the ship and how it would have found itself on top of the mountain. Full Story: 'Overwhelming Evidence' of Noah's Ark Disovery Featured on Website Source: The Christian Post
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