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To: OldDeckHand

So I guess you see no Black Lava Glass like substance covering the beams in the left center of the picture?

I do my Due Diligence before I post information.

This type of Lava you see (glass like) (or don’t see) is common with this type of volcano.

I have no position on believing or not believing. I look at the pictures to determine if they make sense given where they are supposively from.

Have you done any due diligence research? Instead of making elementary obvious comments?


50 posted on 05/02/2010 3:25:14 PM PDT by FootBall
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To: FootBall
'Have you done any due diligence research? Instead of making elementary obvious comments?"

Due diligence? Good grief. I'll type more slowly, perhaps that will help. I have NO IDEA about the provenance of that photograph, nor do you. I have NO IDEA what that substance is on the wall, and I suspect that a trained geologist would - at best - say that it might appear to be "fill in the blank".

Why would he qualify his statement with might appear? Because any scientist who wasn't an advocate, wouldn't be able to positively identify that rock, that wood, that rubble, without having samples of each, or other less subjective evidence.

That picture is no more proof of Noah's Arc, than a blurry, nighttime picture of distant lights might be proof of aliens on earth.

You see evidence of Noah's Arc because you want to see evidence of Noah's Arc. Psychologists have a word for this. It's called pareidolia.

52 posted on 05/02/2010 3:38:31 PM PDT by OldDeckHand
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