Ok, @hear+soul, here is the proof that the story of Noah's Ark is false: The Bible says that it rained for 40 days and nights until all of the Earth was covered in water. In order for that to occur, you would need over 800 times the heaviest rainfall ever recorded (which occurred in Madagascar) AND that heavy rainfall would have to be maintained globally for the entire 40 days. On a related note, the oceans would have to rise at least 9 feet per hour to each the top of Mount Everest in 40 days. So now that begs the question of where all that water came from. Even if all of the polar ice caps suddenly melted, the oceans would only rise about 250 feet. So that proves the oceans couldn't have covered the entire globe. My second point involves the Ark itself. A boat of its dimensions simply cannot hold two of every one of the millions of land-based species on the planet. And when you account for food supplies and general space to move around, no sane person could ever claim this story was accurate. So there you have it, the story of Noah's Ark is proven to be false.