Texans Part Of Possible Noah's Ark Discovery
Jun 26, 2006 10:45 pm US/Central
"More than 13,000 feet above sea level, after a seven hour hike, their pilgrimage concluded with a 400-foot long object... The businessman says the petrified wood clearly bears a resemblance to a ship. 'How did a ship get to 13,300 feet, except to float there?' ...A Houston lab used by the Smithsonian tested the alleged ark. Bonneman says they found that it was petrified wood, and that fossilized sea animals were buried inside it."
and, whatever the opposite of update is:
New photo resparks 'Noah's Ark mania'
WorldNetDaily.com | March 10, 2006 1:00 a.m. Eastern | Joe Kovacs
Posted on 03/10/2006 2:30:41 AM EST by Tim Long
The Hunt For Noah's Ark [by Robert Ballard's team]
Source: The Times (UK)
Published: February 15,2000 Author: Barry Wigmore
Posted on 02/14/2000 21:10:13 PST by Lady In Blue