Sunday, November 27, 2005
Noah's Ark: A Feasibility Study
Woodmorappe's study is bogus as former Young-Earth Creationist Glenn Morton has discussed in depth on his web-pages. Check his stuff out at his web-site - do a Google on "DMD Publishing" and "Glenn Morton". Woodmorappe has criticised Morton's analysis superficially, but answered none of Morton's more trenchant points.
All we can conclude is that details make a story more interesting and memorable.
jounalism discussion. I also don't consider Beowolf or Gilgamesh to be any less valid than the Noah tale simply because these accounts don't include numberical details.
arose not from our "Bible"
but predates it by 3000 years,
and is a standard tale of
what I call Gilgamesh culture--
pre-existent mideast culture.
Recent diving expeditions in the Black Sea have found human habitations under 450 feet of water.
The Black Sea, at one point,
The Noah tale is undoubterdly mostly true,
and obviously 100% in reference to
the breakthrough at the Bosporus,
when the Mediterranean took 40 days
to fill the Black Sea,
in the most glorious Tsunami ever witnessed.
It found its way into the Jewish Bible,
as did a lot of other stuff,
because every written tale was included at first,
and then later deleted, to artificially focus a bogus "history" on Jewish nation building aspirations,
in the figure of Yaweh.
I have this fascination thing. Keep up the good work!
All Blessings,Fuel Cells
It's a STORY. The only thing resembling an "answer" you will ever get is what it is telling you.
Taking the Ark story apart is like putting a plum through chemical testing & under electron microscopes to find out how it tastes & if you'll like it.