To most Americans, Jurassic Park was a too-realistic, barebones Michael Crichton novel that Steven Spielberg envisaged into a sensational thriller and the year's highest-grossing film. Even those among us who can't tell a strand of DNA from a spiral staircase left the theater with shaky knees, white knuckles, and a speck of curiosity: could any of that actually happen?
Ethos: Vol. 1994
, Article 5.
Available at: http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/ethos/vol1994/iss1/5