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Author Topic:   Ground Penetrating Radar Scans of Noah's Ark
AZPaul3
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Message 3 of 17 (892105)
02-25-2022 10:47 PM


Not to be skeptical or anything but I think I'll withhold judgement on this until some real geologists have a chance to verify.

Eschew obfuscation. Habituate elucidation.

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Message 9 of 17 (892118)
02-26-2022 3:21 AM
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02-26-2022 1:51 AM


Until the Turkish government allows an archaeological excavation, it likely won't be broadly accepted in academia, but the recent LiDaR scans are sufficient proof to convince me that this is the Ark.

At the present time the evidence is too restricted to be conclusive. You, obviously, want this to be the ark and so are convinced on such scant and suspect analysis.

We'll wait for any further, independant, analysis.


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Message 13 of 17 (892126)
02-26-2022 12:23 PM
Reply to: Message 12 by Tanypteryx
02-26-2022 11:52 AM


It's a Spaceship.
Jzyehoshua needs to show us actual evidence that the remains of an actual boat were found, and then, how it somehow refutes all the evidence that science has observed of the processes that led to the modern world.

Yes, indeed, he does need a lot more info on his boat. He's not going to get any, of course, so don't expect much.

But this is a somewhat interesting geologic formation that some post doc might want to take on. It might be a caldera, a crater, the remains of a crashed alien spaceship, or tectonic shift. I’m hoping on the spaceship, like Jzyehoshua is hoping on the boat. Gotta wait for the real geologists to chime in, though.

Go Team Spaceship!


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