Well, they have been kidnapped by the aliens to be put in their zoos. As these aliens have the similar interest as humans regarding dinosaurs, they might have invaded our planet in order to steal the dinosaurs before we humans discovered them missing. Wow, this is like writing a fiction story! You might suspect me to ponder imaginatively to the story about the extinction of the dinosaurs. I am wondering, if our time can be reverted to the past million years ago, I really would like to explore the world of the dinosaurs to find out the hidden facts about them.
Kenan Rizvanbegovic Mr. Ball “...He knew he was holding his intestines.”(197) This is one of the dramatic scenes that takes place in Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton. Have readers ever wondered what it would be like to see life size dinosaurs? John Arnold uses his money to make a dinosaur habitat resort for tourists. During pre-opening Arnold has trouble with the dinosaurs and is forced to bring dinosaur experts from around the world to the resort. One thing leads to another and eventually leads to the characters fighting off the loose dinosaurs.
What are the major theories explaining the disappearance of the dinosaurs? Dinosaurs lived between 230 and 65 million years ago. Dinosaurs then disappear as if they were never on earth. There are many theories in the world about the death of the dinosaurs. Archaeologist discovers the the bones of dinosaurs from different time periods.
During the war in Libya, there were hundreds of signals about UFO noticing in the Libyan sky, but nothing could be done, UFOs simply vanished in the air. One of the reasons for the appearance of aliens among us, is in our genetic material. Aliens kidnap people and there are thousands of evidence for this. It is obvious that the human DNA contains something very important for representatives of an extraterrestrial civilization. Another reason is in the gradual colonization of our planet.
El Chupacabra became one of first animals to be examined in cryptozoology (“The history of el chupacabra”, n.d.). According to Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary, cryptozoology is defined as the examination of animals in order to determine the reality of their existence (n.d.). After the newer stories, El Chupacabra became just like Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, and other unprovable monsters. With new sightings in different parts of the world, South America still recorded the most stories. In Karl Luntta’s article on New York times, she writes about the places where chupacabras have been sighted, and she states, “The Chupacabra has also been active in other spots with large Hispanic communities- Mexico, southern Texas, and Miami- and its scope is pretty wide” (2006, n.p.).
Subsequently many of androids that were supposed to go to Mars actually become rogue and stayed on Earth. Rick Deckard the main character of the novel is a bounty hunter that solely tries to retire rouge androids. The novel tries to make it seem like Rick Deckard is not actually killing the androids by using the word retiring but it is actually the same thing. In Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, Philip K. Dick uses Rick Deckard as a catalyst to show how empathy, human emotion, and how morality and human relationships affect what it means to be a human. Rick Deckard becomes unhappy with a his wife and often has a very nihilistic attitude.
In the film Mary Shelley 's Frankenstein the theme of mistreatment based off physical appearance is portrayed through Frankenstein 's monster.The society is often fearful of the creature and made judgements of his actions based solely off his disturbing physical appearance, without knowing his true characteristics. Even Victor, the man who created the fearful monster eventually abandons him because he is is appalled by his creation. He believed that by creating a being made of the finest parts, the end result would be of equal quality, but when the monster awakens, Victor can see what he has created and recognises that he has done wrong. The creation of an unnatural being, by unnatural means ultimately disgusts Victor. Victor 's rejection of his creation " is based upon the fact that he had worked night and day, at the expense of his own health and family, to "birth" his "son."
Wells both shows and condemns man's propensity to wind up good or unethical with the procurement of force. In the same way as other books of the same time, he utilizes science as the instrument of reprisal for the social criminal acts that have been perpetrated. In this novel H. G. Wells used the term immoral because when Griffin was threw from the society he became the immoral person, who wants to take revenge from the society. After he became a scientist, he made himself invisible. Which is the topic ‘Invisible Man’.
They become more like biologically material machines, constructed through an instrumentalizing of life that denies them their own potential for becoming free and equal subjects in their own right” (33). This lack of individuality in clones creates a disconnect between them and the jedi, because the jedi clearly see the clones as inferior beings. Within Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, probably hundreds of thousands of clones die, and there is never a scene where any jedi becomes upset by this, except for one important exception. In the opening scene of Revenge of the Sith, while Anakin and Obi-Wan race towards General Grievous’s ship, one clone fighter pilot gets in trouble. Panicked, the clone says, “they’re all over me,” into the group communication
Right after Victor created this innocent monster, he fled from him out of fear. This left the monster with nothing and no one. Victor created this creature with no consideration if the monster might have feelings or not.“Victor does not think about the feelings of the creature he produces. He is concerned only with the scientific tools which give him control and power.”