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  1. Is it possible that some others may have made it though? Sure, no one else built a massive ark, stocked with supplies, but conceivably there could've been people with boats, perhaps even fishermen- that if, they gathered enough gear. maybe could've fished their way through the year. <shrug>
  2. Something I did not know until know: As I was reading up on the ancient accounts of Noah and the Ark for the other Noah's Ark thread in the News forum regarding the newly deciphered Mesopotamian clay tablet about Ark construction found here... http://www.mormondialogue.org/topic/62671-noahs-ark-new-details-on-mesopotamian-clay-tablet/ ...I came across the interesting tidbit that, according to Rabbinical literature, Noah illuminated the Ark with precious stones 'bright as the sun at noonday'. The parallel with the Jaredite account is obvious. It is mentioned in a general wikipedia article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noah%27s_ark#Rabbinic_Judaism And following the footnotes led me here: So how likely could Joseph Smith have known this detail via his own research?