2016: Scientists Claim Genetically Re-Engineered Dinosaurs Could Be Here in 5 to 10 Years

In case you haven’t watched any Jurassic Park movie, in the next five to ten years you could see a live adaptation, better than computer-generated imagery. That is how long a group of scientists think it will take to recreate living, breathing dinosaurs. Although what is dead should stay dead, especially in the case of a species of super-predators like the dinosaurs that roamed Pangaea over two hundred million years ago. For some reason, the paleontologist that inspired Jurassic Park’s Dr. Alan Grant is pioneering a premiere genetic research that could bring dinosaurs back to life and possibly atop the food chain, until the next asteroid hits. Dr. Jack Horner, professor at Montana State University, the Curator of Paleontology at the Museum of the Rockies, known to have made valuable contributions to paleontology as providing some of the first clear evidence of dinosaurs caring for their young, is leading […] Read More