By someone called Joel Klenck (who, it so happens, is a Harvard grad… it must be Dilettantes from Harvard Day or something). Anyway, dear Joel is lending his credible Harvard voice (!) to the pseudo-archaeologists of NAMI (not to be confused, I suppose, with NAMBLA) and suggesting that, yup, you guessed it, they’ve actually found Noah’s Ark on Ararat… And the site on which his stunning claims are contained…oh boy.
But I’ve gotten ahead of myself. First, the photo of the Ark (!)
See it? It’s right there. You can’t miss it unless you’re just one of those evil unbelievers… But back to the site touting Klenck’s support of NAMI – here’s their left nav panel….
Look at that! Let’s face it campers, if you can’t trust Klenck’s stuff on THAT page just what exactly can you trust. I believe, I believe, I believe…. I must make holy pilgrimage to the site of Noah’s Ark so that I too can feel the blessing…
But to return to the Ark (because heaven knows we can never hear enough about it)
“The site is no hoax,” Klenck states, “and the size and excellent preservation of the edifice will enable it to be studied by numerous scholars.” He notes, “The large wood structure is buried under tons of stones and ice and most of the edifice remains unexplored.”
I’m convinced… So in Honor of this Astonishing Find/Discovery I’d like to give J.K. my highest award:
- Randall Price is Taking His ‘I’ve Found Noah’s Ark’ Show on the Road (zwingliusredivivus.wordpress.com)