Tuesday, March 14, 2006


A Case for DDU: Seattle?

The Mt. Ararat anomaly in a 2003 satellite photo taken by DigitalGlobe's QuickBird Satellite. Could it be Noah's Arc?

Lane David of Space.com reports that "images taken by aircraft, intelligence-gathering satellites and commercial remote-sensing spacecraft are fueling an intensive study of the intriguing oddity. But whether the anomaly is some geological quirk of nature, playful shadows, a human-made structure of some sort, or simply nothing at all that remains to be seen."

Porcher Taylor, an associate professor in paralegal studies at the University of Richmond's School of Continuing Studies in Virginia says he brought no preconceived notions or agendas when he began to study the Ararat anomaly in 1993, but he maintains that "if it is the remains of something manmade and potentially nautical, then it's potentially something of biblical proportions."

The Bible Probe website, which features "a real picture of Jesus" among other evidence that "he lives," is convinced the features of the Mt. Ararat anomaly are the remains of Noah's Arc. They say:
The worldwide Flood in the time of Noah is no fable! According to Scripture, God destroyed the ungodly who then lived on the earth. It is probable that this ungodly people included giants who were born from the unholy union of the descendents of Adam and the fallen angels. This probably created a gene pool which resulted in our short live (sic) spans, cancer, heart disease, etc.
According to David's report, Taylor has been a national security analyst for more than 30 years, also serving as a senior associate for five years at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, D.C.

Do you suppose Taylor was on the team that found conclusive evidence of WMD in Iraq. Should we put the vaunted Design Detection Unit from Seattle's Discovery Institute on the case?

Thanks to Red State Rabble reader RH for sending this tidbit along.


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