When Dinosaurs Ruled The Mind #44: Jurassic Park (Novel)

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Jurassic Park was certainly one of the movies that defined my childhood, and a huge part of the reason I’m still into dinosaurs this day. Of course, when I was a kid; I didn’t really understand/care about the more existential things going on during the movie: the scientific debates, the legal agendas, the mathematical theories, the nature vs. science theme, all that stuff went over my head. But I didn’t have to know that stuff, all I had to know was that there was awesome dinosaur action!


It was a while until I actually knew the film was based on a book, and even longer still when I finally sat down and read it. I was in fourth…

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2 thoughts on “When Dinosaurs Ruled The Mind #44: Jurassic Park (Novel)

    1. Yeah, you should take a look at his blog sometime 😀

      I’ve been obsessively checking your blog for your novel analysis since you said you’d do it a few days ago. That’s a good point you made about the true raptor species– I always assumed some DNA error or endocrine malfunction had made them larger, or that the scientists had made them ‘bigger and badder’ to look cooler. (Oh, hey, that sounds familiar.)


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