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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Evangelical explorers have found Noah's Ark atop a mountain in Turkey


The Buzz: Noah's Ark has been found atop a mountain in Turkey, a team of Turkish and Chinese evangelical explorers said Monday, April 26. The 15-person team claims to have recovered fragments of wood and pieces of rope from a structure on Mount Ararat in eastern Turkey that carbon dating has put at 4,800 years old, roughly coinciding with the time the biblical flood was said to have been occurred.

Or so they say. I would point out that this is not the first group of Biblical explorers to have found the Ark. Oh no, there have been others. Just scroll down the linked page to the YouTube vid.

Nonetheless, suppose for a moment that the Ark exists somewhere because at some point it existed. If we tried to repopulate the earth now from two of everything, we would not have the genetic diversity to produce viable populations.

We'd have a lot of crosseyed critters running around.

Come to think of it, perhaps this explains a lot of things.

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