Remember, in 1993, movie theaters all over the world were hosting Steven Spielberg’s Unusual New Movie: Jurassic Park. A film based on a novel by Michael Crichton, a true technological achievement at the time thanks to autographed photos Industrial light and magic, Which raised nearly $ 1 billion in revenue. For the recording, Father Spielberg prepared his young audience, in 1988, with the animated Little Dinosaur and Valley of Wonders. Suffice it to say there was a lot (including me) to be Dinosaur fans A few years later, to buy a Panini album at that time.
Jurassic Park soon in real life?
In the 1990s, we all mocked the rich John Hammond, the person who developed Jurassic Park, who Spent without countingOver the years, this kind of megalomaniac billionaire has also evolved in real life. So today there are many who wish to use millions (or billions) of dollars to create things that are completely unimaginable.
According to Max Hudak, who was founded by startup Neuralink in collaboration with Elon Musk (the father of Tesa cars) that is developing brain implants for neural interfaces: Biodiversity is definitely valuable. Conservation is important and logical. But why should we stop there? Why not intentionally try to create a new variety? »
With a new diversity, one can imagine new types of dinosaurs, yes yes. ” These wouldn’t be genetically purebred dinosaurs, but perhaps the result of 15 years of breeding and engineering to obtain new super-strange species. »
Dinosaurs return by 2035
Thus, according to the head of Neuralink, it is not impossible in 2035 to experience a return of dinosaurs. Hence, the imagination of the kid we were in in 1993 in front of Jurassic Park could become something achievable after about 40 years.
That would be so crazy…. But after all, why can’t we imagine a future in which we can observe Various dinosaurs in Jurassic ParkAnd specifically velociraptors, brachiosaurs, triceratops, tyrannosaurs or even poisonous delphosaurids? Admit that to protect the home from intruders, tick Velociraptor attention punk “On the gate instead of” Watch out for the dogWouldn’t that be nice?
Obviously, we’ll have to wait a few more years to see if Neurolink (or another company) will actually be able to bring our childhood dear dinosaurs back to life. Until then, we’d clearly hope so Boston Dynamics’ Amazing Artificial Intelligence Robots It won’t have the upper hand over humanity of course … Meanwhile, take advantage of this somewhat rainy Sunday to see Jurassic Park for the umpteenth time, it’s always a pleasure. And if you are a gamer, you can also replay the game on Super Nintendo or Mega Drive, it’s up to you.