Jurassic Park
Jurassic Park is divided into seven sections, each with a quote from Ian

Malcolm. He was a mathematician who specialized in the field called chaos
theory, which based itself mainly on nonlinear equations. The first section
follows the paths of several scenes, where in each one, there is evidence
pointing to the appearance of dinosaurs. One of these scenes included in the
very beginning, where a man was flown in to a doctor with mortal wounds
surrounding his body. One of his last words was "raptor", which meant
"bird of prey." Another was when a young girl was bit by a so called
lizard, but the lizard fit closely to the description of a dinosaur. The second
section ties in with the first one, but now the reader is presented with
scientific evidence of living dinosaurs. Here the reader is given a little
insight of the background to the situation, as Bob Morris, part of the EPA,
reveals information that InGen had three Cray XMP\'s shipped to Costa Rica, which
were very powerful supercomputers, and 24 Hoods, which were automated gene
sequencers. Later on, the carcass of a dinosaur, which was found near the sight
where the young girl was bit, was sent to a lab to be examined, and it was
identified as a Procompsognathus, thought to be extinct for millions of years.

The scientists who witnessed the evidence, Ellie Sattler and Alan Grant, both
foremost in the fields of paleontology, were soon requested to fly down to a
private island off of Costa Rica by John Hammond, founder of InGen. A little
later on in the second section, the story unfolds somewhat, when the scene
shifts to a meeting of the Biosyn Corporation of Cupertino, where they explain
that InGen was cloning dinosaurs. The Biosyn company then hires Lewis Dodgson,
an scientists who worked at InGen, to help them steal dinosaur embryo\'s for
them. He starts off toward Costa Rica as Ellie and Grant arrive in Jurassic

Park, and get their first glimpses of the dinosaurs. The third section begins
with Ellie and Grant about to tour the park. They are joined by two children,
the grandchildren of Hammond, Tim and Lex Murphy. Tim was only eleven but he
knew a lot about dinosaurs because he was very interested in them. The small
group is first taken on a tour through the main building of the park by Mr.

Regis, head of Public Relations. Here is when Regis explains the process in
which the dinosaurs where able to be cloned. He explained that to obtain full
strands of dinosaur DNA, they extracted the blood from ancient insects, hoping
to find biting insects which still had dinosaur DNA within them. Regis then
takes them to a room where the Cray super computers are busily working,
repairing broken DNA segments. Then they arrive in the fertilization room, and
then the hatchery. Later, they are taken to the control room, where almost all
the park functions could be maintained. The main computer sustained accurate
numbers and locations of all the dinosaurs in the park, motion detectors where
set up throughout the park, and video cameras. So it was virtually a foolproof
system. After leaving the control room, the visitors climb aboard Toyota Land

Cruisers, which acted as the mode of transportation throughout the park. They
move along the park, looking at Dilophosaurus, Triceratops, and the ferocious

Tyrannosaurus Rex. Everything was going all as planned, but as Ian Malcolm had
predicted, things started to go wrong. First, back at control, they did scans
around the park and found out that the dinosaurs were breeding, something they
were genetically not able to do. Next, Alan, and the kids saw that a group of
raptors, fierce predators, were about to board a ship headed toward the
mainland. But at that exact time it began to rain and Dennis Nedry, hired by

Lewis Dodgson to steal the embryo\'s, shut down the main power to the main
computer. This started a chain reaction that escalated to the destruction of the
entire park. And so begins the fourth section of the novel. When Nedry had shut
off the main computer, all the electricity in the park went down as well. This
was bad timing, because Alan, and the kids were trapped in the Land Cruisers
right next to the T-Rex pin. And because the electricity was out, the fences all
around the park were not electric, which allowed the animals to get free. And
this meant bad news for Alan and the group since they knew that the

Tyrannasaurus could get