1- Most Hebrew scholars believe the cubit to have been no less than 18 inches long [45.72 centimeters]. This means that the Ark would have been at least 450 feet long [137.16 meters], 75 feet wide [22.86 meters] and 45 feet high [13.716000000000001 meters].<quoted text>
What's the contradiction?
We're not talking about how the Earth formed, we're talking about the Noachian flood.
Oooh, arbitrary calculations. Tell me, how does one calculate the chances that a universe would have a constant being a certain value?
Give me some falsification possibilities.
What you really mean is, one must accept bogus supernatural explanations for obvious absurdities.
How did Noah fit 20 million animals on one boat?
OH WELL GOD CAN WARP SPACE SO THE BOAT'S INTERNAL SPACE IS A MILLION TIMES LARGER THAN THE BOAT'S EXTERNAL SIZE
The total available floor space on the Ark would have been over 100,000 square feet, which would be more floor space than in 20 standard-sized basketball courts.
Doctors Morris and Whitcomb in their classic book,The Genesis Flood state that no more than 35,000 individual animals needed to go on the ark. In his well documented book, Noahs Ark: A Feasibility Study, John Woodmorappe suggests that far fewer animals would have been transported upon the ark. By pointing out that the word specie is not equivalent to the created kinds of the Genesis account, Woodmorappe credibly demonstrates that as few as 2,000 animals may have been required on the ark. To pad this number for error, he continues his study by showing that the ark could easily accommodate 16,000 animals.