Chinese Turkish Team NAMI Mount Ararat Discovery Finds Wooden Structures Christian Ark Researchers Reaction Response Randall Price Scoffs Claims Evidence Fraud Hoax John Morris ICR Ron Wyatt Associates Await UNESCO Scientific Evaluation Turkish Minister Archaeology Says Real Deal Mainstream Science Noah’s Ark Who Will Test Map Photograph Noah’s Ark Remains Mount Ararat?

Noah’s Ark researcher Randall Price of Liberty University says the extensive field of debris from a huge wooden structure at 13,000 feet on Mount Ararat, much of it buried under glacier and volcanic rock, photographed by the intrepid investigators at Noah’s Ark Ministries International in Hong Kong, was probably planted there, a grand hoax, the wood supposedly from some unnamed location near the Black Sea to the north he says, transported all that way and up the mountain now perched on a ledge of a sixty degree craggy slope on Ararat with no trees within over three thousand very rugged vertical feet, and constant remote suveillance of the mountain by turkish authorities thus insuring that no such operation was possible without notice, yet the apparently desperate Price, also investing much in the pursuit of Noah’s Ark, indicates it’s a fraud, with no real evidence of it ‘though, so his problem appears to be merely professioal jeolousy. 

According to NAMI, the chinese and turkish discoverers, Randall Price wasn’t even at the site at all in 2008 as he disingenously claims (see, so he certainly has lots of explaining to do, as we await the arrival of more teams of scientists at the site to inspect the startling discovery, which if as claimed, the debris from a huge wooden vessel, will leave the ball in young earth creationists’ court to explain how that vessel got up there, it was by runaway plate tectonics and basaltic extrusion into water, in the case of Mount Ararat.  See, and be sure to read chapter nine of the free ebook download of my first book, Old Earth? Why Not!  And for an analysis of the fossil record deposited in the flood sediments, see, and too

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