The following letter was written by Mr. David Fasold, a key member of the team that conducted archeological surveys in the Turkish mountains in search of Noah's Ark.
Dear Dell Winders,
I have the pleasure to inform you that as a result of recent core drilling operations of a suspected archeological site of major importance, Turkish led scientific teams now claim it as the final resting place of the ship of the deluge. Nuh'um Gemisi (Noah's Ark) is now fully protected by the Ministry of the newly formed National Park that will officially open to the public this summer.
I am sure you feel a measure of pride in this knowing that the Dell Omnitron System played a major role in the Ark's discovery back in 1985. In addition, your equipment greatly helped in another discovery at Jabel Al Lawz. Without your MFD, three books would not have been written on these discoveries, no national park in Turkey would have been established and no chain link fence erected around an entire mountain in Arabia.
I am also sure you are aware that other manufacturers of frequency locating devices are trading on the name and success of your system by using the name Omnitron and Noah. I feel this is unfair to both your firm and myself, but most of all to the end consumer.
Therefore, let me take this occasion to publicly declare once again that my discoveries in Turkey, as well as the site now being protected and examined by archeologists in north Arabia at Jabal Al Lawz were made with the Dell Omnitron System and any other manufacturer of a locating device that operates on a source of frequency generation (other than ground penetrating radar systems) that would claim connection with me or these discoveries is a claim made wholly without merit or basis in fact.
It is still my conviction through personal experience to view the Dell Omnitron System as the leader in the field of remote sensing devices using the principles of harmonic induction of frequencies through a soil medium to locate elements in both natural and processed states, which I freely endorse as a valuable geophysical tool in sub-surface investigations.
I continue to support your research and development in electronics for archeological field work and wish you continued success.
With best regards, David Fasold