Michael Crichton 's Jurassic Park

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In Michael Crichton’s novel Jurassic Park there amount of technological advances is outstanding, but they are not better for the society as a whole. Bringing the dinosaurs back from extinction may have been a ground-breaking advance for science, except the engineers of the park were unaware of how to handle these animals that had lived millions of years ago. This means that the new technology is not always better; because the people of the society are often not ready to deal with such drastic changes in such relatively short periods of time. Firstly, this can be related to many wars because with every war there is new technology and mush of it is not better. For instance, there were the new nuclear weapons in the Cold War and the gas attacks in World War One and World War Two. Secondly, new technology is also not better in another fiction novel, Divergent by Veronica Roth, the world went through a devastating war and the government then divided everyone into five factions through a technological test, which led to much disarray after some time. Overall, new technology is not always better. When it is brought upon the society at too fast a rate the people cannot accept it and greed can kick in for the people in power, therefore it all begins to fall apart.
To begin, set in the 1980s John Hammond hired multiple engineers, construction workers, and scientists to recreate the dinosaurs on a remote island 120 miles off of the coast of Costa Rica. This was successful and it was

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