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Re: Science of JP and The Lost World

Ray McAllister wrote:
> My big question is "Can a mosquito's blood machine penetrate a dino hide?".
> I watched JP again last night and was alert to the errors discussed on this
> group some time in the past. I think there are more that never made it to
> the net! Since Lost World appears to have been written as a movie script,
> it will be interesting to see it in a month or so.
> Ray McAllister, Retired Prof. (Emeritus) of Ocean, mcallist@gate.net
> Engineering, Dept of OE, Fla. Atlantic Univ., Boca
> Raton, FL 33064  (954) 426-0808
> ----------
> | From: Amado Narvaez <anarvaez@umd5.umd.edu>
> | To: dinosaur <dinosaur@usc.edu>
> | Subject: Science of JP and The Lost World
> | Date: Thursday, April 10, 1997 8:58 AM
> |
> | The current issue (Vol. 93, No. 15, April 1) of _Booklist_ has an advance
> | review of _The Science of Jurassic Park and The Lost World_ by Rob
> DeSalle
> | and David Lindley. The book is due out in June 1997 priced at $18.00. 176
> | pages with an index and illustrations, ISBN 0-465-07379-4. The review by
> | Ray Olson indicates there is a lot of science, technology and probability
> | discussed in the book (i.e., what are the chances of finding amber with a
> | mosquito in it; what are the chances that there is blood in the mosquito;
> | what are the chances that that blood is dinosaurian?)
> |
> | ----- Amado Narvaez

Couldn't the mosquitoes just goe in between the scales?