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Re: Jurassic Park 4: Electric Boogaloo



This brings up two major questions, in my mind.
1. Since when did Dr. Jack Horner become both an archaeologist, AND an
Evolutionary Biologist? Or could that just be a misquote from the author?

2. Though this should probably be the start of a new topic, I personally
have serious issues with the T-rex/scavenger idea.

By the way, this is my first post, and I've been enjoying reading the DML
for about 4 months now.

I will certainly be posting more soon.

- Daniel Arndt
3rd year Undergraduate
University of Calgary


----- Original Message -----
From: <Mesosuchus@aol.com>
To: <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Sent: Saturday, February 05, 2005 8:32 PM
Subject: Jurassic Park 4: Electric Boogaloo


> For all those well-respected vertebrate "archeologists" out there who
enjoy a
> good blockbuster sequel...
>
> from: http://ropeofsilicon.com/news.php?id=1721
>
> In a very rare promotional appearance locally, Evolutionary Biologist Dr.
> Jack Horner confirmed that he has begun work on Jurassic Park 4. Dr.
Horner is a
> well-respected archeologist who has discovered more new species than
others in
> his field. He has been used as an advisor on several Discovery Channel
> specials as well as all 3 Jurassic Park films. Dr. Horner is credited with
the
> change in the T-Rex in Jurassic Park 3 that showed the creature to be more
of a
> scavenger than a hunter based upon the latest findings.
>
> Although he did not have details of Jurassic Park 4, Dr. Horner did
confirm
> that he is involved and has been working on it.
>
> As for the plot...here is my favorite rumor curtesy of aintitcoolnews.com
>
> http://www.aintitcoolnews.com/display.cgi?id=18166
>
> You wanted a hyper-smart mercenary team of genetically altered hybrid
> dinosaurs in body armor?? You got it!
>
> Enjoy!!
>