If you missed the lecture “The Quest for Noah’s Flood” by Fredrik Hiebert, you can read the reactions here.
Hiebert’s lecture covered his expeditions of the Black Sea, and submerged landscape which mirror inland settlements, rumored to be associated with the Biblical Flood. The expedition is currently working on developing SONAR technology to fully access the structures.
“We are hoping to resolve the mystery of this ancient flooded landscape, which can tell us more of the story of the great flooding that occurred there and its tie to the Biblical story,” Hiebert said.
The lecture was followed by a question-and-answer session, in which Hiebert reaffirmed that his expedition was not looking for Noah’s ark, but rather Noah’s “house,” and answered questions about the technological, political and future aspects of his exploration.
Short Bio Blurb
Hiebert completed his doctoral dissertation at Harvard University in 1992 and held the Robert H. Dyson chair of archaeology at the University of Pennsylvania before joining the National Geographic Society in 2003. He rediscovered the lost Bactrian gold in Afghanistan in 2004 and is currently the curator of National Geographic's exhibition Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures from the National Museum, Kabul touring the major museums in the United States and internationally.
[via National Geographic]
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