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Jurassic Park

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Transcript of Jurassic Park

Preview tour

Power breakdown

Left to fend for themselves
The Science of Jurassic Park
Thin plot
Flat characters
No clear direction
Too typical
Thank you!
Scientific Method
Ethical Dilemmas
Appendix (World List)
Ethical Dilemmas
• Should man use his knowledge of genetics to revive a species that has been extinct for millions of years as a result of natural selection?

• Mr. Hammock has the knowledge to revive distinct species
− “Your scientists where so preoccupied in whether or not they could, that they stopped thinking about whether or not they should “- Movie character Dr. Ian Malcolm.

• Consequences

• Could the scenario in “Jurassic Park” happen in real life?

Jurassic Park
from a scientific perspective
Scientific Loopholes
Beautiful dinosaurs
Solid mixture of fun and suspense
Well directed scenes
Talented actors


“Jurassic Park”. 1993. Directed by Steven Spielberg. Universal Pictures Studio.



• Genetic- Relating to genes or heredity
• Revive- Restore to life
• Extinct- No longer in existence
• Ecosystem- A biological community of interacting organisms and their physical environment
• Radically- Affecting the fundamental nature of something
• Evolve- Develop gradually
• Reintroduce- Bringing something into existence again
• Scenario- A development of events
• Formation- Process of being formed
• Implied- Suggested, but not directly expressed
Natural selection- Organisms better adapted to their environment produce more offspring than those not as adapted
Amber- Hard translucent fossilized resin
Paleontology- Branch of science concerned with fossilized animals and plants
Embryo- a multicellular diploid eukaryote in its earliest stage of development
CGI- Computer Generated Image
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