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The Reality of Jurassic Park Imagine flipping through the channels on TV one afternoon and you stop because you see Einstein sitting there in color talking and to Oprah no less Youre thinking to yourself how in the world is this possible Einstein died over 40 years ago Oprah is also sitting there talking to him calling Einstein Al as if she has known him her whole life Its surprising also because Einstein is also sporting a new pair of cargo pants fresh from Abercrombie and Fitch and a slicked back Pat Riley haircut not the typical wavy uncombed hair that you are used to seeing in all those posters of Einstein After watching this for several minutes you finally realize two things The first thing is that somehow scientists have found a way to clone Albert Einstein from using his DNA Second you have realized that even though Einstein has been dead for over 40 years somehow he has managed to evolve by conforming to things that are hip in todays world The first big fuss over cloning started when director Steven Spielberg and writer Michael Crichton came out with the movie Jurassic Park in the summer of 1993 The film raised my new issues that had not really been brought to the publics attention What would be a better way then a high budget special effect filled dinosaur movie to bring everyone and their sister to the movies to see this film and make them aware of these ideas These ideas are biotechnology science and evolution Now everyone thought that scientists had the power to clone and create extinct dinosaurs from over 150 million years ago from little insects found in 150 million year old amber Jurassic Park did its job in informing almost all of America of the dangers of biotechnology first of all but also science in general The author Michael Crichton made this comment in a Newsweek article
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