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Noah's Ark: Credits and Thanks

This web page is a compilation of much research and many references. Many thanks to all who contributed.

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Picture Credits
About the Author


I would like to thank my children for participating in the "voice" talent for some of these pages. My son required a lot of coaxing but eventually produced a fine sounding presentation (See Mount Ararat Dangers "Danger!"). My daughter appears to be a natural and was able to do hers on the first try (See Main Page "Welcome!").

I would like to thank FlightSafety for use of its scanner by which I was able to glitz up these pages with some neat pictures. (Note: I used the scanner after normal working hours.)

Thanks for all the different shareware software packages which helped make these pages.


Ariel, Rabbi Yisrael, Translated by Chaim Richman, The Odyssey of the Third Temple, 5753 (1992), Jerusalem, Israel Productions and Publications.

Armstrong, Garner Ted, Satan's Greatest Deception, 1986, Tyler, Texas.

Armstrong, Garner Ted, Will A Temple Soon Be Built in Jerusalem?, 1991, Tyler, Texas.

Balsiger, Dave and Sellier, Charles, Jr.,In Search of Noah's Ark, 1976, Sun Classic Books, Los Angeles.

Bailey, Lloyd R., Noah the Person and the Story in History and Tradition, 1989, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina.

Berlitz, Charles, The Lost Ship of Noah, 1987 Putnam, New York.

Cummings, Violet,Noah's Ark: Fable or Fact?, 1973 Creation-Science Research Center, San Diego, California.

Clanin, Gloria, In the Days of Noah, 1996 Master Books, Green Forest, Arkansas.

Fodor's 95 Europe The Most Complete and Up-to-Date Guide to 31 Countries, 1994, Fodor.

Great Events of Bible Times, 1987, Doubleday, Garden City, New York.

Halley, Henry H., Halley's Bible Handbook, 1965, Zondervan, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Heller, David, Just Build the Ark and the Animals Will Come, 1994, Villard, New York.

In the Footsteps of the Messiah, The Coming Temple - Clyd Lott & Red Heifer (Audio Tape), 1990, Hatikva Ministries, Port Author, Texas.

Kite, Patricia L., Noah's Ark, 1989, Greenhaven Press, Minneapolis.

Morris, Henry M., Studies in the Bible and Science, 1966, Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Co., USA.

Microsoftİ Encarta 1994.

Multimedia Family Bible Windows Version 1.0

Navarra, Fernand, Noah's Ark: I Touched It, 1974 Logos International, Plainfield, New Jersey.

Polo, Marco, Translated by Ronald LathamThe Travels, 1958, Penguin.

Russell, Malcom B., The Middle East and South Asia 1993, 27th Annual Edition, 1993, Stryker-Posts Publications, Washington, D.C.

Seiglie, Mario, The Good News, Archaeology and Genesis: What Does the Record Show?, September/October 1996.

Smith, William, L.L.D., Smith's Bible Dictionary, Nelson.

Tarbuck, Edward J. and Lutgens, Frederick K., 3rd Edition Earth Science, 1982, Merrill, Columbus, Ohio.

Thomas Nelson Publishing, The Open Bible (The New King James Version), 1986, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Werner, Keller, The Bible as History, 1980.

Whitcomb, John C., and Morris, Henry M., The Genesis Flood, 1961, Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Co., USA.

Worldwide Church of God, The Bible Story, Volume I, 1982.

Web Materials


Brown, Mark, et. al., Special Edition Using HTML, 1996, Que Corporation.

Kay, David and Muder, Douglas, VRML & 3D On the Web for Dummies, 1996, IDG Books Worldwide, Inc., Foster City, CA.

Perry, Paul J., World Wide Web Secrets, 1995, IDG Books Worldwide, Inc., Foster City, CA.

Reynolds, Mark C. and Wooldridge, Andrew, Special Edition Using JAVA Script, 1996, Que Corporation.


GIF Construction Set [Animated GIFs]

HotDog Pro [Original Page Layout]

Paintshop Pro [Graphics Control]

Virtual Home Space Builder [VRML - 3D Ark]

Picture Credits

Pictures From the Book: Noah's Ark
Pictures From the Microsoft
Wolverton, Basil
Drawings By Basil Wolverton

About the Author

Matthew Kneisler

Matthew Kneisler was born in Wichita, Kansas. He is a graduate of Wichita State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical Engineering. He did attend the University of Kansas for his first two years (for those Jayhawks out there).

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Matthew is a Staff Engineer for FlightSafety International where he uses his engineering degree and has developed several Full Flight Simulators for use throughout the world. The simulators he works on use FORTRAN programming which has provided a stepping stone to programming this Web page.

Matthew and his family live in Oklahoma.