Noah's ark found!?!

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  1. Crazy Ramjetty

    Crazy Ramjetty marvel's got it good

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    I think 'no'.

    Also, :popcorn  at imminent religious discussion.
     
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    Nope.

    But we' re not exactly allowed to discuss this type of thing here.
     
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    I'm gonna say no.

    I'm also gonna say this is only going to end in a lock.
     
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    Seeing as this was a discovery announced by a group dedicated to finding the ark and spreading the word, it's more than a little suspect.
     
  6. MisterFanwank

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    This thread is now about how soon it will be until this thread closes.

    I estimate it will be soon.
     
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    That's old news. Older than the link in fact...
     
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    Not saying it's real or not, but didn't they find it in Russia too? Anyway, watching the video I was kinda hoping to see someone slip on the ice, maybe slide in the wall afterwards at full speed, my dreams are shattered:cry 
     
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    call me when they find the Cybertronian Ark.
     
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    Why is this considered a religious discussion?

    No one's actually talking about religion, but a goddamned ark.

    It's no different than posting a news article about someone finding bones they think can be a new dinosaur.
     
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    ''Published April 28, 2010''
     
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    This is old news. If you choose to believe it or not, thats the question.
     
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    This thread shall last for forty days and forty nights. Then we'll send a dove out to find a mod to close it. :) 

    I think unless it has a nameplate that says 'Noah's Ark' on the side then it could be anything. Lots of religious stories have basis in historical fact somewhere along the line. Is this one of those things? A generic wooden boat from the period which started the story off? Dunno.
     
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    Except dinosaurs weren't in the bible :p 

    Sorry man but I don't see how you can say that a discussion about Noah's Ark isn't religious?

    Also, :lol  at "goddamned" in the context of this thread.
     
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    Yes it is there... if you believe in giant ship shaped rocks with gift shops and playgrounds.
     
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    I wouldn't think a wooden boat soaked from water would survive very long, but rott away to nothing after a few decades
     
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    old news really; since the 1990s they have been saying that they had found it...
     
  20. Gingerchris

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    It's not unheard of for old wooden ships to survive for a long time underwater, especially if they're buried. The Mary Rose is one such ship, which was raised and now resides in a special hanger. Many of the parts that weren't buried were pretty much gone, but the buried stuff was in a much better condition. I remember going to see it on a schooltrip back in the late eighties.
    Mary Rose - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Would a wooden boat survive for a couple thousand years though? That I don't know.
     
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