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Advanced Knowledge Possessed by Earliest People

Optical Lenses and Eyeglasses If we go to our encyclopedia or history books, we read that lenses, be it in telescopes, microscopes or eyeglasses, are an invention of the last 400 to 500 years. Yet, there is evidence that early man had these devices long, long ago. In archaeologist Layard’s book, “Nineveh and Babylon”, chap. viii, pp. 16-7, he tells …

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The Ice Age an Earth Divided

(First published in newsletter # 15 in April 1996) Where Does “THE ICE AGE” Fit In? That there was an “ice age” cannot be denied. But how did it come about? And WHEN? For me personally, this was one of the most crucial questions of all when examining the story of the flood and the chronology of the Bible. There …

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The Story of the Discovery

(First published in newsletter # 10 in 1995) The location of these cities, along with the other cities of the plain, has long been the subject of speculation and search. As most people who keep up with this type of thing know, there are several prevalent theories. One is that the cities are today under the waters of the southern …

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We Discovered It

Recently, there are those who have claimed to have “discovered” Mount Sinai. The truth is that they discovered it exactly where Ron Wyatt did several years before they got there. Major “Christian” television networks have aired programs produced by their own production associates. Each time they do, we here at the Museum receive numerous telephone calls from angry people who …

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We Found It!

In 1984, after his imprisonment in Saudi, Ron had visited with Col. Jim Irwin at his office, and he had told Jim about both the “boat-shaped object” and Jebel el Lawz (Mount Sinai in Arabia). While Jim’s main interest seemed to be in Noah’s Ark exploration, he expressed interest in the site in Saudi and offered any help he could …

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More Lab Tests

February 1992 Richard Rives, having become acquainted with an international corporation which specialized in metallurgy, made arrangements for the “rivet” to be analyzed in their laboratory. Careful analyses was performed on the specimen. Samples were analyzed from what appeared to be the washer around the head of the rivet, and from an area 1 cm. away from the washer. Results The …

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The Mini-Excavation

October 23, 1990 Ron Wyatt and Richard Rives performed what has become known as the “mini-excavation” on “Noah’s Ark”. Shovels were sharpened and the blades bent to form a crude “giant razor”. They simply cleaned one badly eroding section in an area believed by the Turkish Government to be “rib timbers”. Being very careful not to remove more than just …

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First Lab Tests

September 16, 1987 Laboratory analysis was performed on artifact labeled “deck timber”. Galbraith Labs in Knoxville, Tennessee tested samples taken from within the “formation’ and from without. All of the laboratory procedures were videotaped, including the taking the sample from the specimen, and the actual execution of the analyses. Results of “inside” “outside” analysis: The sample outside the formation showed …

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Noah’s Ark Found

February 1987 Ron meets with the Governor of the Agri District, Mr. Sevket Ekinci. The December 1986 decision was positive – it was the official decision of members of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, of Internal Affairs, and researchers from Ataturk University, among others, that the “boat-shaped formation” did indeed contain the remains of Noah’s Ark! Plans were made for …

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Radar Scans

June/July 1985 Ron Wyatt, Dave Fassold and John Baumgardner surveyed the site with metal detectors and located a specimen which had the appearance of “wrought iron.” It was reported by Dave Fassold that the semi -quantitative analysis of the iron samples, which was arranged by John Baumgardner, found them to contain from 60 percent to 91.84 percent FE2O3. Subsurface radar …

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