Has Noah's Ark been found?

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    Some people say yes and some say no and some say it doesn't matter. Have the ones that say yes found anything? Have the ones that say no visited any sites? I see a real conflict of what should be factual information... Consider the following: Noah's Ark Has Been Found. Why Are They Keeping Us In The Dark?
     
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    Cool beans. Thanks!
     
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    Snopes is a pretty good group; however, in this case have they indeed done their OWN investigation, or are they merely accepting the opinions of others who may or may not have reasons to debunk such thoughts...

    Now consider this one: Evidence that Noah’s Ark Landed on a Mountain 17 Miles South of Ararat
     
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    I saw a documentary on this and one of the most interesting things was they found large stones, huge, with holes in them. They theorized they were used for ballast and anchorage.
     
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    To know the truth, one must visit the REAL Ark in Williamstown Kentucky! :D

    *Mods - how about a move out of "Science & Technology" to Rubber Room?

     
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    I say, "No, and it does not matter."
     
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    I have been intrigued by Robert Ballard's theory that the Mediterranean break-thru in ancient times at the Dardanelles and Bosporus at Istanbul that created the Black Sea is the origin of the Flood story.
     
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    I bet that Ruth Ginsberg helped build the Ark.
     
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    Me, too. One of the flood stories, anyway. There are flood stories from all over the world. Glacial melting everywhere at some point, end of the last ice age?
     
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