You did not show us the "this one a hundred times". You keep avoiding it...I brought it up in the beginning, so I would like an answer to it(not a post).
If I remember right(I can admit that I don't alwasy do), you said that the Ark had enough space to fit about 422 rail cars in it...that may be true and it may not...
First, I think it would take something like a ship the size of a modern day oil tanker to fit all of those creatures in it.
Second, I don't think it is possible that the 16 people on board could have taken care of all of those different species for the biblical 40 days and nights.
Third, lets say that there is just enough room to fit all of those species(two each, including the dinosaurs) on the ark...where did they store all of the food? Panda bears eat something like 20 pounds(I want to say 60, but I don't think that is right) of food a day...It just isn't logically possible. Can you explain that?
Fourth, if I were to read the bible, it would seem that God drowned all of the "bad" people and basically made the best people of the planet live in some very nasty conditions(like shoveling poop, feeding ferocious animals, and living in cramped conditions) for 40 days...why would He do that? Is that a reward for being good?
Fifth, did Noah take two of every species of plants on board as well? Because you can't leave a palm tree or an oak tree or a cactus underwater for 40 days and expect it to live...If Noah did grab some plants too(because you said that the animals ate vegitation), where did he put the plants?
Sixth, the bible say that the bird that Noah released brought an olive branch back...apparently olive trees can live underwater for 40 days(at depth of at least 29,028 feet-the hight of Mt. Everst-a depth at which sunlight cannot reach). Can olive trees do that???
I don't expect you to answer to ALL of what I said, just what you can explain.
Warm Regards(to evolutionists),