Noah had his ark. Heck, even Kentucky will have its ark. But right now, the big ark news is centering around the Netherlands where Johan Huibers is building an ark. And he's doing it according to biblical specifications. The idea was sparked by a dream Huibers had about the Netherlands suffering a great flood. Now, the difference between this ark and the one coming to Kentucky--as part of a religious theme park called "Ark Encounter"--is that Huibers ark is controversy-free. The planned theme park is generating a separation-of-church-and-state debate, which, I guess, we should have expected. I only ever really had one problem with the ark in the first place. When they were loading up two of every animal, couldn't they have just left out the snakes and mosquitos?