Noah’s Ark Found Again: Just an old news recycled this 2010
This is just an old news recycled about the Noah’s Ark that was found again in Mount Everest. I mean, in Mount Ararat. I remember when I was in elementary, our teacher told us that the remains of Noah’s ark was found a mountain in Turkey in the early 70s. I know everybody knows the story about Noah’s ark and why it was at the top of the mountain, instead beneath the ground.
So I will not tell the story all over again. I really wonder why Noah’s ark was found AGAIN. This is really an old news that is recycled once more.
Right now, the story about Noah’s ark is grabbing the headlines of various news sites across the globe. For those who don’t know that Noah’s ark was already found decades ago, this news is new. But for those who knows about this, it’s not surprising at all.
The remains of Noah’s Ark have been discovered 13,000 feet up a Turkish mountain according to the so-called explorers. The mountain, permanently glacier-capped, is in fact a dormant volcano which last erupted in 1840.
Noah’s ark remains was found first by a young kid from Turkey named Kalim in February 15, 1857. A few years later, a group of American Explorers lead by Ryan Jarkinson found the remains of the ark in 1905. The ark was also claimed to be found by John Warwick Montgomery, the “Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and Christian Thought”. John even wrote a book about it in the 70s. And now, it was found again by a group of Turkish and Chinese explorers, according to Fox.
I’m pretty sure that hundreds of mountaineers and explorers already found the remains of Noah’s ark before this news burst out.
I really wonder why they found it again even if it’s already found before. I think they just want to create some buzz and claim that this is another historical achievement and the group of Turkish and Chinese explorers are first to find the remains of Noah’s ark.Follow us on Twitter to get free up-to-date news via tweets from the World Correspondents, or you can subscribe to us by entering your e-mail below. You can confirm your free subscription by clicking the confirmation link that will be sent to your e-mail address. Once you've confirmed, then you're good to go.