Nonsense of Noah

5.3. Water
Noah either brought water with him on the Ark or didn't. Either scenario presents impossible situations.


From Woodmorappe - 39, 800 animals.
Assume 1/2 gallon per day per animal on average.
39,800 x 1/2 = 19,900 gallons per day.
365 x 19,900 gallons = 7.2 million gallons of water need for one year

One cubic foot of water weighs 62.4 pounds
One gallon of water weighs 8.33 pounds.
Therefore, one cubic foot of water contains 7.73 gallons


7.2 million gallons x 8.33 lbs/gallon = 59,976,000 pounds = 30,000 tons
7.2 million gallons / 7.73 gal/ft3 = 931,000 cubic feet of water

Brought Fresh Water

The weight of water required to water all the animals would sink the ship.
The volume of the water required to water all the animals would take more than half the space of the ship.
Building a water-tight holding tank adds another complex task to the Ark building experience.
Getting the water to the ship would be a task as big as building the ship. Were there even pipes or pumps 10 generations after Adam?

Did Not Bring Fresh Water

Had to haul 17,450 gallons of water up over the side of the ship each day.
Had to desalinate the water
OR Had to rely on rain to provide sufficient water but how would he know that it would rain sufficiently?

Had to have a means of collecting
Had to build a smaller storage tank to hold the rain.

Just Curious:Did it rain any more after the 40 days and 40 nights?
Bible doesn't say but it better have rained or else Noah and the animals had to drink salt water or load a years worth of water on the Ark.