6 Ocak 2018 Cumartesi
Noah's High-Tech World - This Changes Everything!
türkçe links to original Turkish article
(HaberTürk Newspaper, 6 January 2017)
Noah's4km-long ark see recent TNT reporting about Noah's Ark
"...and Pelin hanım, there's a bridge across the East River
that I can sell you..."
The Great Flood related to Noah was the subject Pelin Çift's "Öteki Gündem"
(The Other Agenda) program on TRT. The program's guests were
Prof. Dr. Ömer Faruk Harman, an expert on religious history from İbn
Haldun University, and Dr. Yavuz Örnek of İstanbul University's Maritime
Sciences Faculty. It was Örnek's statements that were the focus of the
program, as his claims amazed even Dr. Harman.
Of course, in those days things were scaled-up a bit.
Örnek claimed that during Noah's time there was technology available
that was even more advanced than our current technology and he asserted
that as a scientist he could prove this. Örnek insisted that Noah has spoken
will his son on a cellphone (!) during the flood to convince his son that the
calamity was happening. Additionally, Örnek claimed that Noah had built
a ship 10,000 years ago with steel plates that could withstand 400-meter
waves (!) and that this ship used nuclear energy (!!).
The real Noah's Ark
Although Örnek stated that all his claims were based on scientific sources,
when challenged he had difficulty responding. Örnek went on to claim
that Noah's son used a flying saucer and that Jesus was born 2,300 years ago,
not 2,000 years ago. He added that Noah's Great Flood encompassed
the entire world and not just the region Noah was in. Also, Noah did not
bring live animals onto his ark, but rather he ordered fertilized male and
female eggs, which were sent to him from the America and France of that
No! He got all their eggs on Amazon.com!
Örnek insisted that "I am a scientist and speak on behalf of science." He
claimed, as well, that after the Great Flood it was not a dove that was sent
from the ark, but rather a unmanned drone (!!!!). Örnek's claims were the
subject of ridicule during the night on social media, with his professorship
called into question and musings about what he tells his students.
When asked to comment on Örnek's claims, Noah was