Why Blue Eye Noah?


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Noah’s Ark is a widely-quoted Biblical reference to a vessel constructed by a man, Noah, to save himself, his family and species of animals in anticipation of a huge flood. While no scientific or empirical evidence shows the existence of the Ark, Noah was considered a real person in human history about 8,000 years before present times.

Blue-eyed people, totaling 200 million to 400 million, today could be confirmed to share one genetic mutation, which has been scientifically traced back to a mutation appearing in the Black Sea area about 8,000 years ago.

Geological studies shows that 8,000 years ago, the Black Sea area changed almost overnight into salt water from fresh water, an abrupt landscape change most likely caused by a major turbulence or a natural disaster - a flood or earthquake -- that might have drowned all creatures on land in the Black Sea areas.

A genetic theory is that a gene explosion only comes after a great extinction.

How could the blue-eyed population expand to 200-400 million in only 8,000 years, and mostly in the European area? One assumption is that a natural disaster about 8,000 years ago wiped out other Homo sapiens races in the Black Sea area, and only one blue-eyed person (family) survived, resulting in a gene explosion by their offspring. And this blue-eyed survivor 8,000 years ago matches all the descriptions of the survivor Noah in the biblical Ark.

These biblical, geological, and genetic references and studies are drawn into this coined name “Blue Eye Noah” to mean that only those fully prepared for big disasters can be survivors. And this trailer is a modern-day Ark constructed for those “Blue-eyed Noahs.”

By Stanley Shao-Ying Lee, M.D.

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