posted on Jun, 19 2006 @ 07:07 PM
That may be Ron Wyatt (I didn't listen to it; just looked at a brief clip); it's recognizably his "Noah's Ark" site in Turkey. There's a
visitor's center at Ararat, and the Wyatt group certainly identifies it as the Ark. However, geologists and others say it's simply a rock
formation. Turkey's happy to have it as a tourist site.
I am skeptical of the "double confirmed" claims. If this was for real, EVERY Biblical scholar on the face of the planet would be there and writing
about it and there would be a team of Biblical archaeologists crawling all over it, even 30 years fter its "discovery."
Here's the rather breathless announcement from one of Wyatt's group:
Page with a lot of links (pro and con) on the Ark.