Jurassic Park Comparison

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Jurassic Park: Movie vs. Book From the story of Jurassic Park many questions arise. With the introduction of biotechnology, what we all want to know is, will this technology be used for the good of mankind? Will it be used to create faster and easier methods of working? Will it be used to create bio-technological replicas of humans that will be able to do work for people or will the technology be used too misguide and lead to the downfall of humanity? All the questions and more are what plague the minds of scientists when trying to perfect this technology. If we corrupt this new science field, and try to play God and create super humans we will be disturbing nature and this will bring about humanities down fall. The difference between the themes of the book and movie is that the book focuses on when one has the power to change nature; events can have a devastating and bad outcome. While the movie is stating more that science is elusive and dangerous. The construction accident at the beginning shows how dangerous and costly it is to operate a park like this. The movie’s opening scenes show some Jurassic Park workers loading a dinosaur into a maximum security cage. The dinosaur grabbed a hold of one of the workers causing chaos throughout the worksite. The construction worker was drawn in by the dinosaur and never returned. After this "construction accident," the worker's family was suing Jurassic Park for a sizable sum of money. The family sent out a lawyer to the island to see if the park is safe, and if it’s the cause for their relative's death. In the book however, the coworkers of this injured man called for a doctor to help. The other workers tell the doctors that it was a “construction accident, one of the backhoes ran over him.” when the doctor asked what happened ( Crichton 3). As the nurse finished up taking photos of the injuries, the man moved his lips
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