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Noah’s Ark ‘could be buried on a mountain in Turkey’


Could Noah’s Ark be real (Picture: Getty Images)

 


 December 28th, 2017  |  10:38 AM  |   1298 views

TURKEY

 

Noah’s Ark is apparently close to being found on a mountain in Turkey.

 

A lot of people think the story about the biblical character getting animals on a boat is absolute nonsense.

 

Some have even gone as far as to scientifically prove it would not be possible to build a ship that was big enough to house that many creatures.

 

But those people obviously don’t have the faith (and imagination) that Professor Raul Esperante does.

 

The scientist from the Geoscience Research Institute thinks the story could be true and intends to visit Mount Ararat, in Turkey, where the ark is meant to have ended up, the Express reported.

 

He is being funded by the Seventh-day Adventist Church (make of that what you will).

 

‘My purpose is to visit the sites around the mountain to find clues about catastrophic events in the past’, Professor Esperante said at an event in Agri, Turkey, where 108 scientists had gathered to discuss Noah’s Ark.

 


 

Source:
courtesy of METRO

by Jimmy Nsubuga

 

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