Is A Real Life Jurassic Park in Our Near Future…This Man Thinks So – Here’s Who Can Do It
I’m about to tell you one of the most insane, interesting, and possibly frightening things that you could possibly hear.
More than likely you’ve seen the movie, Jurassic Park. It’s a great movie and I really enjoy it. Part of the appeal to me is that I’ve always liked dinosaurs.
On top of that, I’ve always been interested in archaeology, ancient civilizations, and things that seem extraordinary.
Well, one man believes that Elon Musk has the smarts and the technology to create a real-life Jurassic Park.
According to Max Hodak, the co-founder of Elon Musk’s firm Neuralink, they have the technological ability to build a real-life version of “Jurassic Park,” the fictional wildlife park populated with formerly-extinct dinosaurs.
“We could probably build Jurassic Park if we wanted to,” Max Hodak tweeted on Saturday. “Wouldn’t be genetically authentic dinosaurs but [shrugging emoji]. Maybe 15 years of breeding + engineering to get super exotic novel species.”
we could probably build jurassic park if we wanted to. wouldn’t be genetically authentic dinosaurs but 🤷♂️. maybe 15 years of breeding + engineering to get super exotic novel species
— Max Hodak (@max_hodak) April 4, 2021
The obvious question that people should ask is, didn’t they see how the movie ended? We’re talking about trying to manage 20-100 foot creatures that could destroy a man in seconds.
I think that it is theoretically possible to some extent, but it would have to be an almost 100% manufactured beast. By that, I mean literally writing its DNA. While there has been soft tissue found from dinosaurs which could contain the DNA, I don’t think that it would be enough.
I will say that the thought is at least incredibly interesting and let’s face it, if there is anyone who can do it, it’s going to be Elon Musk. I think he is one of the smartest and most innovative men on the planet and I think he will play a major role in the future of our planet.
As for Jurassic Park…let’s just leave that to the movies.