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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Noah's Ark in Ipswich

    I just saw the shape in the report and assumed that I must have misremembered its size. I don't know about ravens, but there are plenty of pigeons around in Ipswich for them to play with.
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  2. #12
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    Default Re: Noah's Ark in Ipswich

    Has it been coded ?

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    Default Re: Noah's Ark in Ipswich

    I just so want the forward nav lights to be in the giraffe's ears or horns (ossicones).
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    Default Re: Noah's Ark in Ipswich

    Do they know something we don't, is the water rising in Ipswich?

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Noah's Ark in Ipswich

    Quote Originally Posted by john_q View Post
    Do they know something we don't, is the water rising in Ipswich?
    Yes, historically twice a day

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    Default Re: Noah's Ark in Ipswich

    If Noah is the Skipper he should have gone North!
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    Default Re: Noah's Ark in Ipswich

    Just another way of getting past border control without being noticed.
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    Default Re: Noah's Ark in Ipswich

    Quote Originally Posted by pvb View Post
    It's said to be "a centre of learning, where people from a range of cultures and beliefs can come together and share their stories". Housing a museum in its current form is the creation of Dutch artist and TV producer Sir Aad Peters. Inside are quirky and creative sculptures telling the story of the bible through Sir Peter's artistic vision.

    Tickets are only £16.50 so I'm sure the good folk of Ipswich will be queuing up to visit....
    This is being presented as a Christian "Centre of learning", whereas it is nothing more than a money making theme park, and there is nothing wrong with that if it were presented as such

    The "Centre of Learning" might like to tell us how one man, even with a little help, could build such a large boat with the tools available at the time. Also where Mr Noah got a giraffe from in the eastern Mediterranean
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidofMersea View Post
    The "Centre of Learning" might like to tell us how one man, even with a little help, could build such a large boat with the tools available at the time. Also where Mr Noah got a giraffe from in the eastern Mediterranean
    Good point, and I expect that he had to use DHL for his wallabies too.
    Far away is near at hand in images of elsewhere

  10. #20
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    Default Re: Noah's Ark in Ipswich

    My gift to them when I visit will be a pair of termites, just for ‘historical’ accuracy. Bound to go down well.

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