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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller47 View Post
    They were motivated?
    And they didn't pay taxes.

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    More like 100 years to build the Ark. https://answersingenesis.org/bible-t...build-the-ark/
    This makes no sense. One hundred years is four generations. That means the people God condemned for their misdeeds were the great-grand children of those who committed those deeds. That's justice?

    Don't tell me that "years" somehow means something different back then, because that point simply eviscerates the idea that they had a hundred of OUR years to make the ark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DebateDrone View Post
    Mexicans were busy building real objects that are still with us...not fairy boats.

    Good point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by font View Post
    And they didn't pay taxes.
    Next, you'll be saying they didn't have a health care plan.

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    Fun thing to mention to believers in the "real Ark".....ask about logistics.


    Specifically, how MANY animals were onboard the Ark? Even if you try "hybridization later created more 'versions' later after the Flood"....there had to be 100s of animals onboard...from massive ones like elephants, rhinos, giraffes, hippos, etc....to medium-sized ones...cows, horses, tigers, lions, etc.....to smaller ones.....dogs, cats, capybaras, pigs, gophers, hamsters, rats, etc.

    Possibly as many as 2000? Okay....they all need to be fed.....watered...and their stalls "mucked", i.e. the removal of feces and hay or straw soaked with urine The cows HAD to be milked or they got sick. Other animals need special care.


    Now, you've got EIGHT adults (Noah, his 3 sons, his wife, and 3 daughters-in-law)....

    HOW MANY HOURS A DAY would it take for 8 people to feed, water, care for, muck out....1000s of animals?

    IF they could even do it in under 24 hours a day (before starting all over again the next day)?....they'd drop dead of exhaustion in a week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DebateDrone View Post
    How long does it take to build a lie?
    I don't know, you tell me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasselas View Post
    This makes no sense. One hundred years is four generations. That means the people God condemned for their misdeeds were the great-grand children of those who committed those deeds. That's justice?

    Don't tell me that "years" somehow means something different back then, because that point simply eviscerates the idea that they had a hundred of OUR years to make the ark.
    You won't figure this out using 21 century technology. People lived longer in those days, like up to 900 years old. 100 years then would be almost like 10 years is to humans now.
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    What I still want to know is where Noah found the kangaroos, duckbilled platypuses, and wooly mammoths.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RNG View Post
    What I still want to know is where Noah found the kangaroos, duckbilled platypuses, and wooly mammoths.
    Why would he need them? The flood was not worldwide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aboutenough View Post
    You won't figure this out using 21 century technology.
    You mean like a calendar?
    People lived longer in those days, like up to 900 years old. 100 years then would be almost like 10 years is to humans now.
    So people didn't go through puberty until they reached 120 or so? That makes no sense. You mean they became useful for work at about age 60? And yet the amount of time in each of those years was the same as in ours?

    Really? That's what you're going with?

    I'm used to dealing with fiction, so imaginary time doesn't throw me--but you're pretty inconsistent and arbitrary in your assumptions when reading this text.

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