Where did Hammond get the DNA to make the dinosaurs?
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"It should be accurate," Malcolm said. "You know, there is such a thing as accurate and inaccurate. Irrespective of whatever your feelings are." He walked on, irratable, ignoring the momentary pain in his leg. The modeler annoyed him, although he had to admit Tim was just a representative of the current, fuzzy-minded thinking --- what Malcolm called "sappy science."

Malcolm had long been impatient with the arrogance of his scientific colleagues. They maintained that arrogance, he knew, by resolutely ignoring the history of science as a way of thought. Scientists pretended that history didn't matter, because the errors of the past were now corrected by modern discoveries. But of course, their forebears had believed exactly the same thing in the past, too. They had been wrong then. And modern scientists were wrong now.

-- The Lost World
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Why did you have Ian Malcolm die in Jurassic Park only to turn up alive in The Lost World? It was answered in the book. And in the movie, of course, he never died. Anyway, there is a long tradition of characters coming back from the dead. Sherlock Holmes died in Reichenbach Falls, but reappeared a few years later.






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