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Man's Respect of Nature

            "We still do not know one thousandth of one percent of what nature  has revealed to us .  to suspect the extent of our  ignorance." (Suess). The evolving relationship between man and nature is evident in the movie Jurassic Park. The arrogance of human behavior is highlighted by the  park's production of carnivorous dinosaurs like the Tyrannosaurus Rex and Velociraptors, who prey on  the park's human residents. Despite the park's  best laid plans to only produce female dinosaurs,  nature always finds a way " and the dinosaurs start reproducing on their own, just like the film  which  produced many  sequels. There is definitely an ignorance towards the harmonious relationship and all the benefits nature can provide man. The environmental factors, and in particular, wind power, solar energy, and electricity provide us with the ultimate advantage for our world to survive, allowing us to live our daily lives in an environment that humans created based on them. One may say that the resources that exist would not be here without humans. The only power that humans possess is to create whatever nature allows humans to make what is given. What one must realize is that nature will always overcome the power of humanity, because in today's world, humans still heavily depend on environmental and scientific research.
             First, while it may be possible to clone or develop extinct animals the fact that humans, have the knowledge to figure out how to clone the past is exciting and inspiring. On the other hand, there is a time and a place for everything, including research. While cloning is justifiable in certain circumstances, scientist now claim they have enough blood and bone to clone an extinct mammoth after discovering it in Siberia. Just like Jurassic Park, Dr. Ellie Sattler says, "Well, the question is how can you know anything about an extinct ecosystem? And therefore, how could you ever assume that you can control it? .

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