|Crab Mentality - 2013-03-17 |
5 for so many reasons. The most obvious one is the whole point of the museum presumably is to glorify the bible and emphasize that this really happened, whereas actually seeing that thing in real life will just make it easier to figure out that it's impossible to actually fit two of each animal onto that thing, much less two of each animal, plus the food they'd need for 40 days.
Also, they need 100K for lumber, and 1.4 million for the Ferrari Enzo and Bugatti Veyron featured in the concept drawings.
|Millard - 2013-03-17 |
So when a hurricane comes and floods this away, what are they going to say then?
|Jet Bin Fever - 2013-03-17 |
Its fun to take myths literally!
I enjoy eating the sun like a mango
|Old_Zircon - 2013-03-17 |
Centuries after the first one? Even with the most strict literal interpretation of the bible that's a real stretch, guys.
|Xenocide - 2013-03-17 |
I want a Kickstarter based on the book of Job. Your donations will help us target one random man and systematically ruin his life!
|James Woods - 2013-03-17 |
This is great. Seeing the ark physically manifested will show just how FUCKING STUPID it is to claim this thing held 2 of every animal on the planet. Also, can't wait to see how inhumane it is to keep 2 giraffes in a 16 by 8 by 16 cell.
|Binro the Heretic - 2013-03-17 |
They'll need 7 mated pairs of each "clean" animal species and 1 mated pair of each "unclean" animal species.
They're gonna need a bigger boat.
|Comeuppance - 2013-03-17 |
Yeah, was about to post that.
|Hooker - 2013-03-17 |
WHERE TO START?
|CuteLucca - 2013-03-17 |
They aren't hiding their 'Hidden Ark' very well.
|Konversekid - 2013-03-17 |
Did anyone else catch the joke that you can watch the animals evolve over internet fed cameras?
|Father Avalanche - 2013-03-18 |
have reached 1.12 memedumpsters.
I learned recently that if you melted the water frozen beneath the Southern Martian polar cap, it would flood the whole planet in an ocean almost forty feet deep, but since Mars is so small with such a low surface pressure, it would all evaporate.
I propose we send an Ark to Mars, filled with seven Christians of each clean denomination (probably the Amish, maybe some gnostics), and two of every filthy awful kind. The Ark will be equipped with a massive yield nuclear warhead which will detonate on "landing" into the Southern cap. Then, we see what happens from earth.
My hypothesis is : IF the Christians float, THEN they are witches.
Mars orbiters have found a thin tail that Mars leaves in its orbit even to this day as the sun slowly strips away its remaining atmosphere.
I love space, it has so many possibilities.
|Spaceman Africa - 2013-03-18 |
|EvilHomer - 2013-03-18 |
I was all set to hate this, but it doesn't seem so bad. The whole Christian angle is kinda silly, but they don't appear to be end-timers, or have any illusions about riding out floods and collecting mated pairs of literally every animal.
From the sound of it, it's just a medium sized novelty zoo with a somewhat ludicrous theme. I like the idea of having live 24 hour video feeds, and they say they want to include a shelter and vet clinic for local animals, which is impossible to fault. The only thing I'm concerned about at this stage is whether they're actually planning on locking their animals up in a cramped ship's hold all day long, but they claim to be green as well as Christian, so I'll wait before passing judgement on the animal's living conditions.
I'd be interested to see what they can do here, just not interested enough to send them money.
Looks like no one else is interested in sending them money either.
|takewithfood - 2013-03-18 |
So apparently "Evan Almighty" was a documentary.
|Toenails - 2013-03-18 |
For some reason, I was overcome with the need to put the theme of "The Straight Story" over this video.
This is the approximate of what i experienced when I did that: http://bit.ly/WzzNYm
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