You might be right! It is certainly possible that the Durupinar Site is not authentic. More research certainly needs to be done in order to have any hope of verifying, or authenticating it. Check me, but I don’t think that I ever said that it has been fully verified, only that the government of Turkey and other scientists are working on attempting that now. Some evidence does currently exist pointing in favor of the Site. But more is certainly needed. And yes, certainly there have been numerous other Site hoaxes, false leads, phony photos, you name it! People seeking fortune and fame! The same thing has happened in the field of evolution. Everyone knows this! I would bet that you don’t throw out evolution because of past hoaxes. Right? If not, then neither should I throw out current Noah’s Ark research, because of past frauds and hoaxes. I have a wait and see approach. But I would kind of expect you to reject any evidence that is uncovered in favor of the Site being authentic, regardless of its merits. Am I wrong? Basically because you don’t want it to be real. If you actually do that, it would be a very close minded, inappropriate, unscientific approach to truth. I have faith in both, Science and God, so the possible existence of an authentic Noah’s Ark is no problem for me at all. However, it might be for you. But anyway, please tell me I am wrong about you! I would be happy to be wrong!