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First it was Noah, now Johan Huibers builds an Ark
posted June 23 2011 20:27.15 by Giorgos Lazaridis

20 years ago, Dutch Johan Huibers had a dream about devastating floods. Like any other reasonable person would do, he built an ark to save as many animals as possible. The ark is 450 feet long, 75 feet wide and 45 feet high and took about 3 years to build. But something happened in the way and the flood was canceled, so he decided to make it a tourist sightseeing and bring it down to Thames River for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.

Let me take a wild guess... By the end of 2012, the world will end (you haven't forgot about Mayas, have you???), so get a ticket and camp by the river... You may be a lucky passenger....

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