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Jurassic Park Social Concerns

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Social Concerns

The potential for the misuse of science by industry is the obvious concern in this futuristic environmentalist novel. What may happen when second-tier minds get a hold of techniques pioneered by first-rate ones but with applications that their originators never intended is the stuff of nightmares and certainly Jurassic Park fulfills the requirements.

A luxury resort is being built on a remote island off the coast of Costa Rica, with a unique feature that should make its American builders and faceless Japanese investors a fabulous profit -a menagerie of genuine living dinosaurs, each species in its own section of tropical forest for as "natural" a setting as possible, even though such parks require a great deal of expertise as well as manpower to keep the appearance of unspoiled nature.

With the re-birth of the dinosaurs its designers have also brought back, not only a few large but rather...

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