The photo below is from the RedNova.com
propaganda site, on 1/28/04.
As usual, they glorify NASA's wasteful crap.
They didn't bother to say if the glacier on top is melting.
Which is the only reason to even be taking the photo.
Also, failed to say how much the plug for Judeo-Christian beliefs cost the U.S. tax payer.
(Hint: Space shuttle missions start at $500 million.)
if there were an "ark" up there, it wouldn't mean God actually had anything to do w/ it.
Ararat, Turkey - Image
This perspective view shows Mount Ararat in easternmost
Turkey, which has been the site of several searches
for the remains of Noah's
Ark. The main peak, known as Great Ararat, is the tallest peak in Turkey, rising
5165 m (16,945 ft). This southerly, near horizontal view additionally
shows the distinctly conically shaped peak
known as 'Little Ararat' on the left. Both peaks are volcanoes that are geologically young, but activity
during historic times is uncertain. This image was generated from a Landsat satellite
draped over an elevation model produced by the Shuttle Radar Topography