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|#5 - The Ark measured 300x50x30 cubits (Genesis 6:15), which is abo… [+] (79 new replies)||09/30/2013 on Must have been a big boat!||+58|
#131 - 2scared2login (10/01/2013) [-]
Correct. And this was all built by a guy with no previous building experience in an incredibly short amount of time, and probably would've taken more wood than is on Earth.
#119 - rabidaardvark (10/01/2013) [-]
where do you get the number '16,000' from? thats nowhere near going to be right. There are millions of species, estimates anywhere from 2-3 to 50 million, and there have to be 2 of each. Even if we discard fish and whales and other marine species because they would be fine in a flood, and accept that about half the animals are small invertebrates, the shear scale of this operation makes it unbelievable. hell by the time youd finished loading half the smaller ones would have dies of old age.
#87 - rakoom (10/01/2013) [-]
Now we just question how Noah and his family was capable of building that kind of boat, gathering those animals, maintain all of those animals, etc. The boat itself was just the first hurdle.
But heck, with a huge-ass army or empire on their side, it COULD'VE worked. With a high rate of failure.
#73 - sparkysparkybooman (10/01/2013) [-]
>Explain how its only 16000 animals when its supposed to be one of every species. Claiming that "kinds" exist does not count, as there is no valid scientific evidence behind it. It is a term invented specifically for this argument.
> Explain how noah kept the animals from eating each other
>Explain how he kept it clean. There'd be a lot of animal dung. Not only would it get dirty, smelly, and germ infested, it would make the animals get sick and in turn, die.
>Explain how the penguins made it from Mt Ararat to Antartica?
>Explain how koalas made it to Australia without any Eucalyptus?
> Explain how fish survived the flood
>Realize that all those numbers were pulled out of your ass off some website you found and thought it was cool so you posted it on here. Don't deny it I've seen it many times. It's been debunked many times.
#120 - kuchikirukia (10/01/2013) [-]
Rain is freshwater. Oceans are salt water. The change in salinity would kill just about every aquatic species. Also, creos claim that all sedimentary deposits were deposited by the flood. The quantity of these deposits on Earth means that the Flood would have been actually been thick mud.
Please learn something about reality before commenting.
#132 - helgestrichen (10/01/2013) [-]
Should have written Freshwater then. So the Change in Salinity would have killed only freshwaterspecies, which make up a far lower percentage of all sea creatures. about the mud part: i dont think so, with a land-sea-ratio of 70 to 30 and the sinking of the sediments. anyways, i just wanted to use my reaction-pic and we're arguing over fiction. but if you are a student of the behaviour of maritime sediments in global flood scenario, hit me with some knowledge, so i can really comment...
#136 - kuchikirukia (10/01/2013) [-]
It would have killed the saltwater species as well. Rain in oceans to raise the sea level to cover the tops of the mountains = brackish water.
And please learn the difference between viewable surface area and volume. The earth is not 70% oceans and 30% land, its SURFACE COVERING shows 70% water and 30% land. The bottom of the ocean is -- get this -- land. There are sedimentary deposits there. There are sedimentary deposits on dry land. The volume of the total sedimentary deposits compared to the volume of water means that the water would have been mud.
#141 - helgestrichen (10/01/2013) [-]
yeah maybe you should look up, what all that land volume is made of. its <1m humus and soil in most of the middle latitudes, a bit less towards the poles, a bit more towards the tropics. Compare that to 3,7 km average ocean depth and you got yourself a ratio of soil to water of >90:10. beneath the soil is hard rock, whicj doesnt move or dissolve. the sediments on the bottom of the ocean wouldnt give a crap if sea levels rise, miles above them, they're not going anywhere, either.
#142 - kuchikirukia (10/01/2013) [-]
Sedimentary rock makes up ~8% of the crust. You try to fit that as sediment in the oceans and guess what you get? Mud.
#106 - coldactill (10/01/2013) [-]
God is a God.. no one has to explain anything. If you're ever going to really believe any story in the Bible actually happened you have to believe it means what it says when it says God was able to just send animals to Noah through his own divinity and power. That's like doubting a fairy tale because it has fairies in it.
#56 - thebesttrumpeteer (10/01/2013) [-]
to be fair i'm pretty sure the bible said two of each kind. i always took that to mean two mammals, two reptiles, etc. then afterward evolution filled everything back in. i don't actually care since i'm a staunch atheist but i still think we should be fair in our analysis.
#98 - threeeighteen (10/01/2013) [-]
I can't understand how people can be so ignorant, just because someone is Christian, it doesn't mean they don't acknowledge scientific fact. I went to a Catholic school, so by your logic, in science we learnt how through the power of prayer we can cure little Tommie's cancer.
There's absolutely nothing that stops people from being religious as well as accepting scientific fact as fact.
#69 - kentuckyfriedcrack (10/01/2013) [-]
well, look at it this way:
At the time the origin of species was written the church was originally ok with the idea when they first heard it because god might have created them all through this process ect ect. The church's problem with the theory began after a little more was found out about the theory, and how it suggested that all of creation were simply scared, hungry and miserable, and they thought this a dangerous and depressing idea, so they encouraged ridicule of the idea and said they did not support it. So nowadays, a lot of religious zealots will bag it out because they say it goes against the literal sense of the bible as opposed to the idea of gods love and care exhibited to all creatures, when in reality they are pretty vicious little fuckers for the most part, like cats eating their dead owners ect ect. Sorry, i know thast way to fucking long but im on a roll here.
#50 - slumberdonkey (10/01/2013) [-]
This boat the size of 522 standard railroad cars was supposedly created by an 800 year old man that lived in the dessert. He also (in the meantime) began to collect every species on the planet. I wonder how this man from the dessert would have gotten say, polar bears, or penguins, or kangaroos.
Not to mention that your conservative estimate of 16,000 animals and a million insects, but the total is closer to 100,000 animals that would be in need of shelter from the flood.
#145 - commontroll (10/01/2013) [-]
Bible says 150 days, though I don't know if that's including the 40 days and nights of rain and flooding.
So less than half a year, most large animals would still be juvenile at that point (tigers and bears and such are only at their full size after a year. And before you mention carnivores, I believe somewhere in the Bible it says that the animals didn't eat meat until after the Flood.
#157 - commontroll (10/02/2013) [-]
No problem dude. I'm all about helping give information. I understand that if you don't study the Bible, there's lots of things you won't know. I think that's why so many Christians don't understand evolution at all. Information helps prevent misunderstanding, so I take it as my job to inform people on things I know.
Anywho, I'm rambling. I'm glad you didn't just attack it right away. High five for civil discussions about a religious book!
#158 - kirkbot (10/02/2013) [-]
I still don't agree with religion as a whole, but I am man enough to acknowledge stories that do make sense. They can still be implemented in my own world view that way. Just as Christians can acknowledge evolution as soon as they understand it and agree that it does make sense.
#159 - commontroll (10/02/2013) [-]
Indeed. I'm Christian, and spiritual, but I don't agree with religion. I agree with community to help you and those around you grow. At the very least, the stories probably provide to a certain degree what happened, perhaps not fully accurate, but still giving us an idea what might have happened in those times.
I appreciate your non-negative view on religion by the way. It's a bit of a relief on funnyjunk.
#23 - gildemoono (10/01/2013) [-]
you're saying that, if im getting you, that if we put holes in the pens of the animals, which would be inside the boat, that these holes that lead from one interior room of the boat to another interior room of boat will cause the boat in question to not be buoyant? because thats what i thought you were saying. And if it is then you need to think twice before you dish out those insults. And if it isnt, im sorry then, could you clarify?
#13 - skypatrol (10/01/2013) [-]
If it actually existed, then it actually would have been much larger.
There has been evidence that the water was not always in the oceans, that it was in the atmosphere instead. This protected the earth from the deadly solar rays. This caused everything to live much longer and be much larger. This is shown from how we have such HUGE oil deposits. The people back then would have also been much larger. Back when the bible was written, a cubit was no a standardized measurement. It was the distance from one's elbow to the fingertip.
There have also been human bones found to show human height to be around 15-20 feet.
So if we assume the the bible is 100% accurate, then the ark would have been ABSOLUTELY HUGE.
Easily big enough to hold all of earth's animals and the pokeballs from Hoenn.
#25 - skypatrol (10/01/2013) [-]
There were still rivers. Those are from glaciers. And it still rained.
Humans may have been smaller at first, but there has been some evidence indicating that they become quite large. The only reason we are the size we are now, is because of the sun. The sun causes our lifespan to be what it is (not including medical science of course, which combats these effects)
#101 - coldactill (10/01/2013) [-]
Did you know we got every species of dog we have today from wolves alone. Animals placed in different situations adapt and change, like the colour of your skin in summer. It's science, DNA code can be broken down and re-arranged overtime to create new and different species, and not all animals follow the same pattern, it branches out which is where we get our variety. Also the Bible never mentions 'Species' it only mentions 'Kind'.
#84 - illusiveshade (10/01/2013) [-]
The rest of the trees drowned though... so it would not matter.
Even the tallest mountain tops were cowered by water. And the water came from an "Atmosphere" of water around the earth. And before you say its impossible, then remember, if god created it all, why wouldn't he be able to make a ring of water float around earth.
#6 - 2scared2login (09/30/2013) [-]
Are you retarded?
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#28 - noblexfenrir (09/21/2013) [-]
Well unfortunately we had to put him down a few years back due to worms, I really do miss him.
But he was a badass, my great grandmother lives up in the freaking mountains pretty much by herself and there are bears that like to wander around, one I guess smelled food we were taking back with us and was pawing at our cars hatch, (and my little brother who at the time was only 5) was in the backseat. His barking was the only thing that led us out and he was running around the bear nipping at him and barking at him drawing him away from the car until my great grandmother came out and shot at it making it leave.
Probably the best family dog I've ever had and seen.
#113 - Dember (09/21/2013) [-]
There is just no good reason for that; internal parasites are easily preventable and treatable.
Look at this sweet boy. This is a high-content Arctic Wolf by the name of Dante - I was lucky enough to handle and work with him while volunteering at the Never Cry Wolf rescue center.
This gorgeous animal was bought as an exotic pet by an ignorant owner who eventually dumped him at a shelter - where he was going to be euthanized because it is illegal to adopt out any dog suspected of being part wolf; even if it's just a "wolfy" looking husky, malamute, german shepherd mix or similar.
The moron who owned him for several years never took him to the vet, or he might have noticed a severe heartworm infestation and could have gotten it under control before it had a chance to do so much damage.
The result is that, while wolves can live up to thirty years in captivity, this boy was only about eighteen and he was nearing the end of his life when I knew him. That could be five or even up to ten years or more, shaved off of the lifespan he could have had.
Even so, he was still content to go on rides, lounge around in the trailer, let children pet him, and just generally be an ambassador of his kind at their educational fundraisers for other rescues like him.
Please, even if it seems like it's "not a big deal", just don't be one more person who fails to treat their animals for parasites.
#121 - noblexfenrir (09/21/2013) [-]
He had heart worms, when we initially brought him to the vet because he was becoming agitated very easily and whining when touched, they told us it was a combination of problems with his hips and an infection he was getting over. (He had a slightly healed cyst from before I would imagine, and hip problems unfortunately can be common in shepards.)
Unfortunately because of this we missed the real problem and by the time we figured it out he was in so much pain we felt it was better to "put him out of his misery" if you will.
Trust me when I say we did everything we could at the time, my boy was hurting and I made sure to have him checked out, unfortunately we just didn't catch it.
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#137 - 2scared2login (10/12/2013) [-]
Or you know, there's mankey.
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