Noah's Ark Seminar

The Ark

Noah's Ark: Did Dinosaurs Miss the Boat? Gen. 6-9

Featured will be Russ McGlenn's model of Noah's Ark. It is built to a 5/8 inch to the foot scale (GI Joe scale) It represents a 40 foot length cross section cut out of the Ark 75 feet across and 45 feet high. (two feet by four feet wide by two and a half feet high) You and your students will want to see these features on this remarkable model:
* A winch and pulley operated lift system for moving animals and equipment around the Ark.
* A complete apartment for Noah and his family.
* Various sized cages for the birds and animals.
* Over 100 model animals showing the pairs God commanded.
* A unique hull construction so the ship could be built in place without external scaffolding.
* Models of food supplies, containers, processing equipment, storage techniques, and a water system.
* Ventilation, waste disposal, feeding of animals, and everyday life aboard a sea going vessel are shown.
* How would eight people be able to feed, water, and clean the16,000 animals that were on the Ark?
* Did the dinosaurs "miss the boat?"
* Could the Ark carry all the food and water needed for the year they were on the ocean?
* What engineering techniques would Noah have used to build the biggest wooden ship ever made?

For an article on the ark, click HERE.

For information on a comprehensive book Noah's Ark: A Feasibility Study by John Woodmorappe, see his website,

The book is available from John Nuckols.

All programs come alive as attendees hear, see, and touch models to illustrate these presentations.

Noah's Ark

Model Ark 1

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Model Ark 3

Model Ark 4

Model Ark 5

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