Genes, Peoples, and Languages (Was the entire human population, except for a few, wiped out just a few thousand years ago? The genes don't lie.)

Asimov's Guide to the Bible

Myths from Mesopotamia : Creation, the Flood, Gilgamesh, and Others

Noah's Flood: The New Scientific Discoveries About the Event That Changed History

In the Beginning : A New Interpretation of Genesis by Karen Armstrong

Creationism's Upside-Down Pyramid : How Science Refutes Fundamentalism

Ark hoax stories
Why it's a load of old cobblers
Six Flood Arguments Creationists Can't Answer and an attempt to answer these arguments
Smithsonian Statement on the Bible
Impossiblities in the Bible
The Flood and the Tower of Babel (Mormons are to believe in a literal universal flood and Tower of Babel despite the evidence.)
Ark Impossibilities
April Fool's Noah's Ark Joke
What about Noah's Ark?
A debate on the subject featuring Frank Zindler
Biblical Flood - where did the myth come from?

What do you think?
Take the Noah's Ark poll.

Think of it--they're living out there in that gritty wilderness, and all of a sudden
they're supposed to come up with two elephants.
Or is it more?
"Shem," Japheth calls. "Is the elephant
a clean or an unclean animal?
If it's clean, that means seven of them
and the ark is in trouble. And how about rhinos? And hippos? What do we do
about the dinosaurs? How do we get a brontosaurus
up the gangplank?" Japheth
loves raising problems that Noah hasn't thought of at all. "Pandas--kids
love pandas, we can't let them die out,
but how do we get two of them
in a hurry, all the way from China?
And oh, by the way, Dad,
how are we going to keep the lions away from the lambs?"
--Philip Appleman

cartoon on the Bible and Noah's Ark