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High-Tech Account

This is a transcript of a conversation between Robin Simmons and a remote sensing technician, who chooses to remain anonymous.

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"I don't like getting a lot of information before I make an interpretation, so I asked for only the the target zone.

I looked at the mountain from the 10,000 foot altitude to the top, I'm a hundred percent sure there's two man-made objects up there on the north side of the mountain above the 13,000 foot elevation.   What amazes me is a structure at this altitude. The terrain is just treacherous!  And the amount of ice on it...

It's definitely not a military object or device because it couldn't be used since it's under ice almost all the time.

The process I use is a Photo Analysis Material Spectra (PAMS).  We pull up a photo from a satellite, I can't tell you which one, but it's available.  The photograph is put into one of our own processes which is a laser process that takes a spectra reading.  

We work with 64 different shades of every color.  Each one of those shades means something that is going on with that anomaly or target.  Then we use 'perforation' in which we take 'plugs' out of that area.  In other words, instead of looking for the needle in the haystack, we remove the haystack.  We perforate the area and pull those plugs until we come up with an 'image' of whatever is in the target area." 

On that mountain (Ararat) is the rectangular shape of two man-made organic objects.   One above the other.  Looks like maybe 1,200 foot difference.  Both objects look like they were joined at one time because there's a spectral trail going down from one to the other.  They're sitting in a fault on a ledge.  The upper one is hanging.  They are both in a glacier.  Last time I looked there was about 70 foot of ice over the upper object.  The lower one I can't tell because it's at too steep of an angle.

I can't tell you what it's made of, but it's not metal and it's not rock.  It would have to be organic, perhaps wood.  It's ancient but I'm not saying it's the Ark because I haven't 'seen' it.  All I can say is that I'm a hundred percent sure it's a man-made object.  But for somebody to take something up there, to haul it up there, to build a thing of this size would be an amazing feet. 

The most peculiar thing about this anomaly is that there are no trails to it that indicate it was constructed on this site.  I don't know if this is the original location of this object.  Maybe it's been raised up from a lower elevation.  Or maybe it was higher and slid down throughout the centuries. 

Perhaps this glacier melts back and this object being hollow, up there on this ledge like it is, with thousands of tons of ice in it and around it, breaks off and takes part of it on down the canyon.

Personally, I don't believe in Noah's Ark.  I've no idea what it is."

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