I found this story to be kind of deja vu. Hasn't Noah's Ark already been found, maybe a couple of times? Actually, things that people claimed were remnants of the ark have been found. As an agnostic, I am of course open to the possibility, but by my nature am extremely dubious.
Mostly because the story of Noah is right up there in my top five for utterly ridiculous Bible stories. Scientifically speaking, the likelihood of any of the story being literally true are virtually nil. But forget that part. This story claims that the ark dates to 4,800 years ago. Sorry, but there are known civilizations older than that. Shoot, beer has been around longer than that. Fail.
'Noah's Ark' found in Turkey
A group of Chinese and Turkish evangelical explorers say they have found wooden remains on Mount Ararat in eastern Turkey. . .