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If an exhibit is supposed to show the Dark Ages, I do not want to see a Henry the Eighth era set of armour, or a sword not wielded since the Vikings first arrived. I want to see things that ONLY existed in the Dark Ages. I want the exhibit to be lit by fire, not by incandescent lights.
Going on board an Ark replica, and seeing dinosaurs would make me straight up lose my rag.
originally posted by: windword
a reply to: Klassified
Yes...and, I was also told that the moon was the actual ark. That's a really high mountain top!
The complexity of life took billions of years to push and stretch and reshape the biological niche that is Earth. It would seem prudent - if one had the means - to save some portion of the blueprints of this majesty, so that the process would not have to start over from scratch in the event of a global cataclysm.
Morbid, for sure, yet still prudent. But where to put this valuable backup so that it is both safe and handy? And what form should it take?
Last week the head of Europe's lunar missions said a DNA library might belong on the Moon.
"It would act as a mini Noah's Ark for repopulating the Earth after a catastrophe," explained Bernard Foing, chief scientist with the European Space Agency, in a telephone interview with SPACE.com. "It would be a second chance."
Ecclesiastes 9:7 Go then, eat your bread in happiness and drink your wine with a cheerful heart; for God has already approved your works.
Ezekiel 24:10 "Heap on the wood, kindle the fire, Boil the flesh well And mix in the spices, And let the bones be burned.
What do you think about it? I think it's awful.
a family friendly place for parents to take their kids without being inundated with sex, drugs and other sick things society seems to consider 'normal'.