Monthly Archives: August 2011

The knowledge of natives versus the latest technology

A distinguished biblical archaeologist in the first group of Americans to view NAMI’s evidence studied the structure of finished and unfinished timbers lying beneath massive amounts of volcanic rock and ice. He compared what he was seeing to ships that archaeologists … Continue reading

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Understanding the significance of NAMI’s discovery

It is only a matter of time before the scientific world recognizes that the giant ancient maritime-looking artifact that NAMI has discovered so high on Mount Ararat confounds any ordinary explanation, but it is perfectly in line with the account … Continue reading

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Every year, doesn’t someone find Noah’s Ark?

So asked an old acquaintance just after I answered her question about what I was doing. Most of us have the same reaction. We have long heard reports about satellite photographs and rock formations that seem to have the shape … Continue reading

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Unsurprising and surprising responses to the NAMI announcement.

Sharing news about the Ararat discovery draws forth some general responses. As one might expect, the most positive and excited reactions come from believers while explicit unbelievers usually react with instinctive skepticism or hostility. What is surprising is how many … Continue reading

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Documentary

NAMI will be premiering the documentary of their discovery at the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall in Sydney, Australia on August 14, 2011. A second showing will be at the Hong Kong Asia-World Arena on August 27, 2011. A third … Continue reading

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