Built by Christians who believe the Earth is 6,000 years old, a 510-foot-long, $100 million “replica” of Noah’s Ark is set to open in a new Kentucky theme park later this week. Critics say the attraction is nothing more than a big church that’ll be used to perpetuate creationist nonsense.
The New Cold War is about to live up to its name a bit more literally. Researchers in Russia want to build the world's largest repository for DNA, storing the genetic material of every creature on Earth, both living and extinct.
A recently deciphered 4,000-year-old clay tablet from ancient Mesopotamia is providing new details about the mythological tale of Noah and his ark, including detailed instructions on how the massive, round floating vessel was to be built.
There's no doubt that technology has changed the field of archaeology in profound ways. New tools have taken archaeologists to places they couldn't go before and opened the door to countless new discoveries. They've also shed some light on some of the—err—more creative interpretations of artifacts.
Darren Aronofosky is making a Noah's Ark movie, but that doesn't mean he's making a religious film. We try to sort out what's going on with Doctor Who. Plus a new behind-the-scenes look at Cowboys & Aliens!
Darren Aronofsky wants to do an "edgy re-telling" of the tale of Noah's ark. The first step? Getting Christian Bale to play the titular Noah.
At the press conference yesterday afternoon announcing plans for Ark Encounter, the religious amusement park that will feature a "full-scale Noah's Ark," a park official made it clear: There will be dinosaurs on the Ark, along with giraffes and such.