Tuesday, April 27

Remains of Noah's Ark Found in Turkish Mountain

It has been claimed again that the remains of Noah's Ark have been discovered 13,000 ft up a Turkish mountain. A group of Chinese and Turkish explorers say they have found wooden remains on Mount Ararat in eastern Turkey. Everyone knows that Noah’s ark and why it was at the top of the mountain, instead beneath the ground.

According to Fox, Noah’s ark remains was found first by a young kid from Turkey named Kalim in February 15, 1857. A few years later, a group of American Explorers lead by Ryan Jarkinson found the remains of the ark in 1905. The ark was also claimed to be found by John Warwick Montgomery, the “Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and Christian Thought”. John even wrote a book about it in the 70s. And now, it was found again by a group of Turkish and Chinese explorers.


Evangelical explorers claimed that the carbon dating proves the relics are 4,800 years old — around the same time the ark was said to be afloat.

"It's not 100 per cent that it is Noah's Ark, but we think it is 99.9 per cent that this is it." said by Yeung Wing-Cheung from the Noah's Ark Ministries International research team. He added that the structure contained several compartments, some with wooden beams, that they believe were used to house animals.

Yeung said, the group of evangelical archaeologists ruled out an established human settlement on the grounds none have ever been found above 11,000 ft in the vicinity.

Is this claim is another historical achievement and the group of Turkish and Chinese explorers are first to find the remains of Noah’s ark?
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