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TRANSFERRING NOAHSARKSEARCH.COM DOMAIN TO REX GEISSLER

I have been interested in the search for Noah's Ark since the mid-1970's and have been a researcher since the mid-1980's. I have been on four separate trips to Mount Ararat and the surrounding sites (1988, 1989, 1990, 1998) and started this domain June 21, 1997 and had a another web site about the search earlier than that. (It's been a few years!)

I now have a wife, two small boys and a dog and more responsibilities at work... and my priorities are changing. Bottom line is, that I still have a very strong interest in the search for Noah's Ark, and still an active member of the ArcImaging research team (and supportive of other groups!), but I want to spend more time with my family. Hopefully we (or some other team) will get an opportunity to conduct a complete subsurface radar survey of the entire Ararat ice cap. I am still open to the distinct possibility that Noah's Ark landed on some other mountain and not Mount Ararat... that there may not be any substantive remains of the ark... and still not sure what the Lord has in mind for this effort.

I have been working on the Explorers book project with Rex Geissler for around 4 years and when I mentioned to Rex about my wanting to turn over the web site, he gladly accepted. Rex will do a great job! If the web site turns out anything like the book project... he takes a good idea and makes it even better!

I hope to still contribute to the web site and search effort as the Lord leads! -- B.J.


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