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Tennessee Tech Mesozoic State Park

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Transcript of Tennessee Tech Mesozoic State Park

Panel of Experts
Gerald Alexander
Mechanical Engineer Expert
State of the art design
Dr. Andrew Barlow
Pre-historic Expert
Animal Life
Dr. Kailey Akins
Medical Expert
Retro-engineering
Dr. Aden Blackburn
Wildlife Science Expert
Plants & Ecology
Carol Abney, CPA
Financial Analysis Expert
Business Consultant
Gerald
3-D Concept Ground Plan of the TTU Mesozoic State Park.
Retro-Engineering
What
Plants and Ecology
Triassic Life
Jurassic Life
Aquatic Life
Cretaceous Life
Coelophysis Bauiri
Placerias Hesternus
Postosuchus Kirkpatrick
Peteinosaurus Zambellii
Saturnalia Tupiniqium
Allosaurus Fragilis
Stegosaurus Stenops
Coelurus Fragilis
Dryosaurus Altus
Rhamphorynchus Munsteri
Utahraptor Ostrommaysorum
Zuniceratops Chirstopheri
Eolambia Caroljonesa
Animantarx Ramaljonesi
Pteranodon Longiceps
Stenopterygius Quadriscissus
Plesiosaurus Brachypterygius
Ammonites
Coelacanth
(Latimeria Chalumnae)
Pterosaur Viewpoint
Mole Vision
Center Courtyard
Virtual Park Tour
This shall be a brief virtual tour of Mesozoic Park.

It is currently under construction.

One Habitat Dome is fully constructed and functioning.

The Aquatic Habitat dome is Incomplete, but the water control system is active.
Tennessee Tech Mesozoic State Park
by:
Gerald Alexander
Andrew Barlow
Kailey Akins
Aden Blackburn
Carol Abney

Cycads
Horsetail
Ferns
Giant Tree
Ferns
Cyanobacteria
Groundbreaking research is being done with recreated mesozoic organisms in the park.
Reconstructing entire DNA map would be never ending
Modern bird's DNA contains the genetic "memory" that can be switched on again to the dormant dinosaur traits
2 day old chicken embryo had 16 vertebrae, but only 5 at birth
Manipulation of genetic make-up allowed the ability to extend the tail, turning on the first dormant gene
14 day old embryonic head showed shapes almost identical to alligator teeth
Injection of a virus designed to switch on this dormant gene led to the later formation of teeth in chickens
Silkies primitive plumage (scales) is similar to that believed to have been on dinosaurs
Certain gene activation caused the legs to grow feathers, not scales
3-fingered claw remains hidden in wings today
Adaptation to grasping was reached after resequencing of genes
The differences in decision-making during development make the differences between a chicken and a T. Rex.
Constructed the chromosomes for all dormant traits
Implanted into emu embryos where they divided, developed, and expressed
Excavation of T. Rex. skeleton
Hidden discoveries in thigh bone
Outer case structure resembles pregnant bird's
Flesh remained in tact
Blood vessels were underlying
Salvaged DNA from previous bones
Health benefits of organic silica found abundantly in ancient ferns
Evolutionary significance of Mesozoic plants and animals will be studied with the specimens.
Three acres of land per dinosaur, based on average dinosaur weight.
Space allowed for aquatic dinosaurs based on weight.
Plants and structures placed for ideal living conditions.
Actual Mesozoic plants were recreated to provide organisms with correct levels of nutrients.
Food supplemented for large carnivores and smaller insectivores.
Ecology
Initial Investment $8 Million start-up financing
25% Dome Construction and Maintenance
State of the art dome system for viewing by the public maintained by expert mechanical engineer expert Gerald Alexander
admission $100 per person
ROI $2 million per year
25% for Retro- Engineering
Dr. Kailey Akins advanced DNA research and development of dinosaurs for the facility with help from expert on animal life Dr. Andew Barlow
Keeping the facility unique and innovative
Help with drawing people for viewing and increase ROI
35% Research and Development of Health Benefits with Organic Silica

Promising research by Dr. Aden Blackburn which could increase life expectancy of humans and fight disease
ROI could triple with discovery of anti-aging serum--up to $8.4 million in one year
15% Marketing and Advertising
The only dinosaur state park in the world with pioneering technology and amazing revolutions in anti-aging and disease control for humans
Award winning professionals with innovative expertise
The only place to see dinosaurs and watch as we unlock the secrets to living longer!
World-wide campaign
A buy-in of 30% could see an ROI tripled. This means an investment of $2.4 million could see dividends of $7.2 million in just one year. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity!
Financial Analysis
In Conclusion
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