Thursday, June 29, 2006

They Could Use It in the Northeast

June 29, 2006 A team of Texas archaeologists believe they may have located the remains of Noah's Ark in Iran's Elburz mountain range.

"I can't imagine what it could be if it is not the Ark," said Arch Bonnema of the Bible Archaeology Search and Exploration (B.A.S.E) Institute, a Christian archeology organization dedicated to looking for biblical artifacts.

Bonnema and the other B.A.S.E. Institute members hiked for seven hours in the mountains northwest of Tehran, climbing 13,000 feet before making the apparent discovery.


Jayme Lynn Blaschke said...

Duh. The "In Search Of..." people (sans Leonard Nimoy) already found it back in the 70s. All they had to do was check out from Netflix. Woulda saved them a lot of time and effort.

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Cap'n Bob Napier said...

Yeah, what happened to the one in Turkey? Maybe they built Noah's Armada. After all, there are a lot of animals on Earth, and there were more way back when.