posted on Jan, 15 2013 @ 10:41 PM
The claims of Ron Wyatt have been repeatedly disproven by a multitude of scientists and also quite a few prominent creationists as well, the Durupinar
site has been studied quite well and found to be a natural formation, geologists have conducted extensive surveys from the site including blasting the
middle out of it to try to get down deeper into the structure, they found nothing but rock, quite a variety of rock due to volcanism and metamorphism.
The drogue stones have been confirmed to be sourced from the mesopotamia region based on the rock chemistry.
The account by Hagopian says that he was able to fairly easily access the roof and upper deck of the ark or that he walked accross the top of it in
around 1908, which conflicts with accounts of other ark hunters that have been unable to find it at all, if Hagopian was able to walk along it, it
suggests that it was fairly easily accessible and would surely have been found by others expeditions searching for the ark.
I dont buy any of it, all ive ever seen or heard are heresay and conjecture, usually by people who are so blinded by their eagerness to find proof of
their god that they ignore simple facts that point to the ark not existing in any of the supposed locations or even at all, much like many of the
people in this thread.