Juras-Sick Park-Cast

Welcome to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast, the Jurassic Park podcast where guests chat with me about Michael Crichton’s 1990 novel Jurassic Park, and also not that, too.

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Welcome to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast podcast, the Jurassic Park podcast about Michael Crichton's 1990 novel Jurassic Park, and also not about that, too.  Find the episode webpage at: Episode 29 - Big Rex In this episode, my terrific guest Justin Kiley returns to chat with me about: How, long after Jurassic Park in 1993, elements of the novel continue to reappear in subsequent films in the franchise! How much of Jurssic Park: The Lost World is from Crichton's 1990 novel? How about Jurassic Park III? Lots! Yeah, but how about the Jurassic World installments, what parts of the novel is still in there? Turns out, ... well, not as much, but some! Some of it is still founded in Crichton's seminal text! Check it out! In this episode, my terrific guest Justin Kiley returns to chat with me about: How long after Jurassic Park in 1993, elements of the novel continue to reappear in subsequent films in the franchise! How much of Jurssic Park: The Lost World is from Crichton's 1990 novel? How about Jurassic Park III? Lots! Yeah, but how about the Jurassic World installments, what parts of the novel is still in there? Turns out, ... well, not as much, but some! Some of it is still founded in Crichton's seminal text! Check it out! Plus dinosaur news about: Cranial anatomy of Allosaurus jimmadseni, a new speciesfrom the lower part of the Morrison Formation (Upper Jurassic) of Western NorthAmerica Ngwevu intloko: a new early sauropodomorph dinosaur from the Lower Jurassic Elliot Formation of South Africa and comments on cranial ontogeny in Massospondylus carinatus Featuring the music of Snale https://snalerock.bandcamp.com/releases  Intro: Latebloomer.  Outro: Grow Old or Don't. The Text: This week’s text is Big Rex, spanning from pages 144-149.  Synopsis: They arrive at the tyrannosaur paddock, and the “shy and sensitive” Big rex is baited with a goat.  Discussions surround: The Dinosaurs, Dinosaur bites, Timeline, Feminism, Power is Magic, Believe me! I know!, and Crichton Tropes. Corrections: LAW stands for Light Anti-tank Weapons (not laser-assisted weapons). Sorry.   Side effects:  May cause you to conflate your memory of a ceratosaurus and carnotaurus together, into one big mistake. Find it on iTunes, on Spotify (click here!) or on Podbean (click here). Thank you! The Jura-Sick Park-cast is a part of the Spring Chickens banner of amateur intellectual properties including the Spring Chickens funny pages, Tomb of the Undead graphic novel, the Second Lapse graphic novelettes, The Infantry, and the worst of it all, the King St. Capers. You can find links to all that baggage in the show notes, or by visiting the schickens.blogpost.com or finding us on Facebook, at Facebook.com/SpringChickenCapers or me, I’m on twitter at @RogersRyan22 or email me at ryansrogers-at-gmail.com.  Thank you, dearly, for tuning in to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast, the Jurassic Park podcast where we talk about the novel Jurassic Park, and also not that, too. Until next time!  #JurassicPark #MichaelCrichton

Thursday Sep 22, 2022

Welcome to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast podcast, the Jurassic Park podcast about Michael Crichton's 1990 novel Jurassic Park, and also not about that, too.  Find the episode webpage at: Episode 28 - Control  In this episode, my terrific guest Dan Rose joins us to chat with me about: The story of the velociraptors in the seminal dinosaur film Jurassic Park (1993) by Steven Spielberg, post-production duties, Sinking Ship Entertainment, foley artists, Dennis  Nedry's death scene, dilophosaurus attacks, the specific moment when Jurassic Park goes from fun-loving to Friday the 13th, the Dino Dana Movie, working with dinosaurs, Robert Muldoon, the Big One, the raptors in Jurassic Park, the film raptors v. the book raptors, all the raptor scenes from the movie, a little bit of Girl Power, gender bending velociraptors, and way more!  Plus dinosaur news about: A new chasmosaurinae ceratopsid from the upper Cretaceous Farmington member of the KirtlandFormation, New Mexico Gnathovorax cabreirai: a new early dinosaur and the originand initial radiation of predatory dinosaurs Featuring the music of Snale https://snalerock.bandcamp.com/releases  Intro: Grow Old or Don't.  Outro: Centipede. The Text: This week’s text is Control, spanning from pages 138 - 143.  Synopsis: Arnold and  Hammond quarrel over the difficulties the park must overcome to have Jurassic Park ready for its grand opening, because they have all the problems of a major theme park, all the problems of a major zoo, and the added difficulties of caring for animals nobody’s ever observed before. It’s revealed that Dennis Nedry is here to fix the bugs in the system this weekend. On the tour, the guests visit the venomous dilophosaurus Discussions surround: Tension, Contrivances in the plot, Timeline, The Dinosaurs, Voice Acting, Park Management, Errors, and the Island's Layout. Side effects:  May cause you to have trouble removing venomous sacs from anesthetized dilophosauruses.  Find it on iTunes, on Spotify (click here!) or on Podbean (click here). Thank you! The Jura-Sick Park-cast is a part of the Spring Chickens banner of amateur intellectual properties including the Spring Chickens funny pages, Tomb of the Undead graphic novel, the Second Lapse graphic novelettes, The Infantry, and the worst of it all, the King St. Capers. You can find links to all that baggage in the show notes, or by visiting the schickens.blogpost.com or finding us on Facebook, at Facebook.com/SpringChickenCapers or me, I’m on twitter at @RogersRyan22 or email me at ryansrogers-at-gmail.com.  Thank you, dearly, for tuning in to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast, the Jurassic Park podcast where we talk about the novel Jurassic Park, and also not that, too. Until next time!  #JurassicPark #MichaelCrichton

Thursday Sep 15, 2022

Welcome to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast podcast, the Jurassic Park podcast about Michael Crichton's 1990 novel Jurassic Park, and also not about that, too.  Find the episode webpage at: Episode 27 - The Tour " height="315" src="https://img1.blogblog.com/img/video_object.png" width="100%" style="cursor: move; background-color: rgb(178, 178, 178);"> In this episode, my terrific guest and palaeoartist Douglas Henderson joins to chat with me about:   The Cretaceous rock formation s of Montana, landscape painting, artists chronicling their world, starting out in Montana, capturing landscapes in art, adapting paleontology into art, Yellowstone, drawing dinosaurs, not drawing grass, meeting and working with Dr. Jack Horner, maiasaura, Robert Bakker, Greg Paul, Time Machine2: Search for Dinosaurs, Dr. Alan Grant, Victory at Sea, taking creative license, Prehistoric Beasts, illustrations, Phil Tippett, working for Hollywood, that mural in Jurassic Park, The Stephen and Sylvia Czerkas exhibit in Hollywood that inspired Crichton?, Snakewater, Choteau, pronouncing Choteau, and more! Plus dinosaur news about: A new Cretaceous thyreophoran from Patagonia supports aSouth American lineage of armoured dinosaurs Ecomorphospace occupation of large herbivorous dinosaursfrom Late Jurassic through to Late Cretaceous time in North America Featuring the music of Snale https://snalerock.bandcamp.com/releases  Intro: Centipede.  Outro: Supergroovy. The Text: This week’s text is The Tour, spanning from pages 134 - 137.  Synopsis: Amidst arguments and drama between Malcolm and Gennaro, the tour begins as the consultants and kids climb into the automated Toyota Land Cruisers and begin their park tour. They visit the Hypsilophodon Highlands, seeing the hypsilophodons and othnielia in their paddock.  Discussions surround: Marketing, Japan, People of Visible Minorities, Automation, Feminism, Child of the 80s, The Tour, Dinosaurs, Timeline, and the Island Layout. Corrections: Apparently I've been pronouncing Choteau like some francophone, when it's almost pronounced like "Shadow." I stand corrected. Side effects:  May cause you to bring preconceptions of humidity to a piece of artwork, unprovoked! Find it on iTunes, on Spotify (click here!) or on Podbean (click here). Thank you! The Jura-Sick Park-cast is a part of the Spring Chickens banner of amateur intellectual properties including the Spring Chickens funny pages, Tomb of the Undead graphic novel, the Second Lapse graphic novelettes, The Infantry, and the worst of it all, the King St. Capers. You can find links to all that baggage in the show notes, or by visiting the schickens.blogpost.com or finding us on Facebook, at Facebook.com/SpringChickenCapers or me, I’m on twitter at @RogersRyan22 or email me at ryansrogers-at-gmail.com.  Thank you, dearly, for tuning in to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast, the Jurassic Park podcast where we talk about the novel Jurassic Park, and also not that, too. Until next time!  #JurassicPark #MichaelCrichton

Thursday Sep 08, 2022

Welcome to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast podcast, the Jurassic Park podcast about Michael Crichton's 1990 novel Jurassic Park, and also not about that, too.  Find the episode webpage at: Episode 26 - Control  In this episode, my terrific guest Dr. Jordan Mallon returns to chat with me about: Tyrannosaurus imperator, T-regina, and T-rex, amorphous reptile bones, lumping and splitting, species diversity, extinctions, Triceratops trivia, big dinosaurs in Late Cretaceous North America, the bias in the fossil record towards large dinosaurs, naming dinosaurs like Spiclypeus, dinosaur names based on the Jurassic Park film, dinosaurs named in honour of Michael Crichton, dino-mania, styracosterna v. ankylopollexa, comparative anatomy, hadrosaurs v. saurolphines, synonymizing dinosaur names, Gryposaurus, Edmontosaurus v . Ugrunaaluk, phylogenetic mapping, why DNA doesn't preserve (hint, it's water!), and more! Plus dinosaur news about: Insufficient Evidence for Multiple Species of Tyrannosaurus in the Latest Cretaceous of North America: A Comment on “The Tyrant Lizard King, Queen and Emperor: Multiple Lines of Morphological and Stratigraphic Evidence Support Subtle Evolution and Probable Speciation Within the North American Genus Tyrannosaurus” A specimen-level phylogenetic analysis and taxonomicrevision of Diplodocidae (Dinosauria, Sauropoda) Featuring the music of Snale https://snalerock.bandcamp.com/releases  Intro: Supergroovy.  Outro: T-Shirts. The Text: This week’s text is Control, spanning from pages 126 - 133.  Synopsis: As Jurassic Park’s employees conclude their demonstration of all their systems of control, Grant and Malcolm find themselves uneasy with the park’s approach to controlling living, breathing animals in an artificial setting, which is aiming to recreate a natural park setting. Discussions surround: The Dinosaurs, Version 4.4, Control is a Hoax, the Timeline, and the God Complex. Corrections: Side effects:  May cause animals like the Gila monster and rattlesnake to share their hemotoxins. Find it on iTunes, on Spotify (click here!) or on Podbean (click here). Thank you! The Jura-Sick Park-cast is a part of the Spring Chickens banner of amateur intellectual properties including the Spring Chickens funny pages, Tomb of the Undead graphic novel, the Second Lapse graphic novelettes, The Infantry, and the worst of it all, the King St. Capers. You can find links to all that baggage in the show notes, or by visiting the schickens.blogpost.com or finding us on Facebook, at Facebook.com/SpringChickenCapers or me, I’m on twitter at @RogersRyan22 or email me at ryansrogers-at-gmail.com.  Thank you, dearly, for tuning in to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast, the Jurassic Park podcast where we talk about the novel Jurassic Park, and also not that, too. Until next time!  #JurassicPark #MichaelCrichton

Thursday Sep 01, 2022

Welcome to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast podcast, the Jurassic Park podcast about Michael Crichton's 1990 novel Jurassic Park, and also not about that, too.  Find the episode webpage at: Episode 25 - Version 4.4  In this episode, my terrific guest Kristoph Ochs returns to chat with me about:     Plus dinosaur news about: "Osteology of Deinonychus antirrhopus, an unusual theropod from the Lower Cretaceous of Montana".  (1969) Nestingat extreme polar latitudes by non-avian dinosaurs Featuring the music of Snale https://snalerock.bandcamp.com/releases  Intro: T-Shirts.  Outro: Death of a Dream. The Text: This week’s text is Version 4.4, spanning from pages 120 - 126.  Synopsis: Wu approaches Hammond to discuss restocking the park with Version 4.4. The dinosaurs are too fast, but he thinks he could tweak them so they meet the visitor’s expectations, but Hammond isn’t listening anymore, and dismisses him.  Discussions surround: The Dinosaurs, Re-create versus reconstruction, Park Management, and the Timeline.  Corrections: Side effects:  May cause you to enter into the Santa Clause, forcibly ripping you from your family to perform the ungodly actions of Santa Claus - That's karma: you should never have killed Santa! Find it on iTunes, on Spotify (click here!) or on Podbean (click here). Thank you! The Jura-Sick Park-cast is a part of the Spring Chickens banner of amateur intellectual properties including the Spring Chickens funny pages, Tomb of the Undead graphic novel, the Second Lapse graphic novelettes, The Infantry, and the worst of it all, the King St. Capers. You can find links to all that baggage in the show notes, or by visiting the schickens.blogpost.com or finding us on Facebook, at Facebook.com/SpringChickenCapers or me, I’m on twitter at @RogersRyan22 or email me at ryansrogers-at-gmail.com.  Thank you, dearly, for tuning in to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast, the Jurassic Park podcast where we talk about the novel Jurassic Park, and also not that, too. Until next time!  #JurassicPark #MichaelCrichton

Thursday Aug 25, 2022

Welcome to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast podcast, the Jurassic Park podcast about Michael Crichton's 1990 novel Jurassic Park, and also not about that, too.  Find the episode webpage at: Episode 24 - Control  In this episode, my terrific guest Ben Lewis chats with me about: Book clubs, podcasts, capitalism, Michael Bay's "The Island," black body radiation, infrared light like in Predator, colour, buzz words, physicists, Dr. Ian Malcolm, mathematicians, "Thin"telligence, Guiness Book of World Records, why mathematicians?, Monte Carlo simulations, Chaos Theory, running simulations, regulating industry, is Jurassic Park socialist literature?, graphing quadreatic equations, inflection points, Poisson Distribution curves, the shape of the data, Structures: Or Why Things Don't Fall Down, Fractal Curves, economics, Heinz Pagels, dense periodic orbits, strange attractors, Stephen Hawking, Neil deGrasse Tyson, why invite Malcolm to the park at all?, resonant yaw, poetic justice, reading Jurassic Park is worthwhile, and much more!   Plus dinosaur news about: The Exquisitely Preserved Dinosaur Skin of Psittacosaurusand the Scaly Skin of Ceratopsian Dinosaurs Histological and chemical diagnosis of a combat lesion in Triceratops Featuring the music of Snale https://snalerock.bandcamp.com/releases  Intro: Death of a Dream.  Outro: Sleepyhead. The Text: This week’s text is Control spanning from pages 92 – 111.  Synopsis: Malcolm questions Wu on one of Gennaro’s big questions – whether the procompsognathus remains Grant and Ellie identified is an escaped animal from Jurassic Park (p. 111). Malcolm is told that the compys were released in a series of batches, and that they are dependant upon lysine which is provided to them by Jurassic Park in tablet form, without which the animals will fall into a coma and die within 12 hours. The control room is busy helping the boat dock, so while the tour waits, they go visit the velociraptor holding pen, where the raptors attack the fence, further intriguing Malcolm’s suspicions. Discussions surround: Sketchy science, Park management, The Supply Boat - the Anne B, Bow Down Before the Master, Cloning Dinosaurs, Timeline, Dinosaurs, Elaborating on Velociraptors, Visible Minorities, Building a Mystery, Dodgson's Man, Dinosaurs on the Brain, and Paleontology. Corrections: I said that colours absorb heat, when surely I meant that colours absorb (and reflect) light. Side effects:  May cause intestinal illnesses in stegosaurus. Find it on iTunes, on Spotify (click here!) or on Podbean (click here). Thank you! The Jura-Sick Park-cast is a part of the Spring Chickens banner of amateur intellectual properties including the Spring Chickens funny pages, Tomb of the Undead graphic novel, the Second Lapse graphic novelettes, The Infantry, and the worst of it all, the King St. Capers. You can find links to all that baggage in the show notes, or by visiting the schickens.blogpost.com or finding us on Facebook, at Facebook.com/SpringChickenCapers or me, I’m on twitter at @RogersRyan22 or email me at ryansrogers-at-gmail.com.  Thank you, dearly, for tuning in to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast, the Jurassic Park podcast where we talk about the novel Jurassic Park, and also not that, too. Until next time!  #JurassicPark #MichaelCrichton

Thursday Aug 18, 2022

Welcome to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast podcast, the Jurassic Park podcast about Michael Crichton's 1990 novel Jurassic Park, and also not about that, too.  Find the episode webpage at: Episode 23 - The Tour pt. 3 In this episode, my terrific guest Adam Leggett returns to chat with me about: All about Dennis Nedry! Weird Al Yankovic's Fat, We put a serious spotlight on Dodgson's Inside Man. Nedry's death, Nedry's backstory, Nedry's career, his portrayal in film, Wayne Knight, Wayne Knight in The Edge, and Armed Family, his deception, Nedry trivia!, Nedry's comeuppance, his tragic story, his cultural references, his gruesome and glorious death, and the neat Goonies easter egg. Plus dinosaur news about: First definitive record of Abelisauridae (Theropoda:Ceratosauria) from the Cretaceous Bahariya Formation, Bahariya Oasis, WesternDesert of Egypt Thedinosaur tracksite from the lower Barremian of Areia do Mastro Formation (CaboEspichel, Portugal): implications for dinosaur behavior Featuring the music of Snale https://snalerock.bandcamp.com/releases  Intro: Sleepyhead.  Outro: Atom-Age Vampire-Cat In The Brain. The Text: This week’s text is The Tour pt. 3, as we continue extrapolating and exfoliating all the details out of this massive, consequential, dense chapter, spanning from pages 92 – 111.  Discussions surround: Jurassic Atmospheres, Grant's velociraptor excavation, 0.4 per cent success rates, feminism, paleontology, Believe me, I know!, and Building a Mystery.   Corrections: I said that “Malcolm,” said that programmers liked to leave a trapdoor for themselves in the code, a signature letting people know “Kilroy was here,” but of course Malcolm had nothing to do with it – I meant Crichton! The post-production team that puts SFX into a scene isn’t the gaffer - it's the foley artist. Foley artsitss use an arsenal of props, foley artists devise and record the everyday sounds heard in films, television shows, and video games—noises like footsteps, a sword being drawn from a sheath, or the swishing of clothing as two people walk past each other. Side effects:  May cause intense cravings for tiramasu. Find it on iTunes, on Spotify (click here!) or on Podbean (click here). Thank you! The Jura-Sick Park-cast is a part of the Spring Chickens banner of amateur intellectual properties including the Spring Chickens funny pages, Tomb of the Undead graphic novel, the Second Lapse graphic novelettes, The Infantry, and the worst of it all, the King St. Capers. You can find links to all that baggage in the show notes, or by visiting the schickens.blogpost.com or finding us on Facebook, at Facebook.com/SpringChickenCapers or me, I’m on twitter at @RogersRyan22 or email me at ryansrogers-at-gmail.com.  Thank you, dearly, for tuning in to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast, the Jurassic Park podcast where we talk about the novel Jurassic Park, and also not that, too. Until next time!  #JurassicPark #MichaelCrichton

Thursday Aug 11, 2022

Welcome to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast podcast, the Jurassic Park podcast about Michael Crichton's 1990 novel Jurassic Park, and also not about that, too.  Find the episode webpage at: Episode 22 - The Tour pt. 2 In this episode, my terrific guest Danielle Wigle, who chats with me about: Teaching the book in high school, film adaptations, media literacy, the softer more empathetic Hammond, Carrousel of Nations, Windsor festivals, her first time, VHS cassettes, Ellie Sattlers' problematic representation, Laura Dern, Oh Balls!, having an Attenborough, socialist literature, velociratpors are stock dividends, the island is a failure, why Nedry was so upset, the InGen Incident, what if Nedry didn't die?, Samuel L. Jackson as Ray Arnold, Ray vs. John, being hard on Dr. Harding, the electric waterfall, gruesome depictions of death, Hammond's death co-opted in The Lost World, we quote the be-Jesus out of the movie, where does Hammond's wealth come from?, female characters like Bobbie Carter, Alice Levine and Lex, Tim Murphy, Billy from Jurassic Park III, Donald Gennaro, Ian Malcolm, and a lot more! Plus dinosaur news about: New giant carnivorous dinosaur reveals convergentevolutionary trends in theropod arm reduction First definitive ankylosaurian dinosaur from the Cretaceousof Jilin Province, northeastern China Featuring the music of Snale https://snalerock.bandcamp.com/releases  Intro: Atom-Age Vampire-Cat In The Brain.  Outro: Hummingbird. The Text: This week’s text is The Tour pt. 3, as we continue extrapolating and exfoliating all the details out of this massive, consequential, dense chapter, spanning from pages 92 – 111.  Discussions surround: Robert Bakker / The Dinosaur Heresies, Jack Horner and maiasaura nesting habits, Henry Fairfield Osborn’s 1917 publication Skeletal Adaptations of Ornitholestes, Struthiomimus, Tyrannosaurs.” As well as Responsibility and safety, The Illusion of Control, Child of the 80s, Compared to the movie, Her father’s daughter, DinosaursGod complex, Spared no expense, Dodgson’s man, and Chekhov’s Gun. Side effects:  May cause adrenocortically mediated postnatal stress syndrome.  Find it on iTunes, on Spotify (click here!) or on Podbean (click here). Thank you! The Jura-Sick Park-cast is a part of the Spring Chickens banner of amateur intellectual properties including the Spring Chickens funny pages, Tomb of the Undead graphic novel, the Second Lapse graphic novelettes, The Infantry, and the worst of it all, the King St. Capers. You can find links to all that baggage in the show notes, or by visiting the schickens.blogpost.com or finding us on Facebook, at Facebook.com/SpringChickenCapers or me, I’m on twitter at @RogersRyan22 or email me at ryansrogers-at-gmail.com.  Thank you, dearly, for tuning in to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast, the Jurassic Park podcast where we talk about the novel Jurassic Park, and also not that, too. Until next time!  #JurassicPark #MichaelCrichton

Thursday Aug 04, 2022

Welcome to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast podcast, the Jurassic Park podcast about Michael Crichton's 1990 novel Jurassic Park, and also not about that, too.  Find the episode webpage at: Episode 21 - The Tour pt. 1 In this episode, my terrific guests Dave Marshall from Palaeocast, the paleontology podcast , who chat with me about: slagging off Jurassic Park, etymology of chelicerates (claw-horns), requests for the audience to submit sketches of what they think we look like, eurypterids, Merostomata, Xiphosurans, Chasmataspidids, the Ordovician, Silurian and Devonian, teeth like chopsticks (pterygotid large pincers), and their evolution and how new discoveries alter hypotheses, pesky vertebrates, horseshoe crabs are survivors, extinction events, launching podcasts, palaeontology, paleontology, oil rigs, biostratigraphy, aquatic sloths, and sloth Atlantis, teaching Poodles to Fly, documentaries, Prehistoric Planet, Jurassic Park's impact on popular culture, being sick of dinosaurs, imaginging the past, dinosaurs in museology, Jurassic Park's omnipotent, omnipresent saturation in the public discourse on paleontology, documentary development, scientific speculation in documentaries for the purposes of entertainment, phylogenetic bracketing and ginger hair, Palaeocast Gaming Network, The Virtual Natural History Museum, and a lot more! Plus dinosaur news about: Pelecanimimus (Theropoda: Ornithomimosauria) postcranial anatomy and the evolution of the specialized manus inOrnithomimosaurs and sternum in maniraptoriforms  Arctic ice and the ecological rise of the dinosaurs Featuring the music of Snale https://snalerock.bandcamp.com/releases  Intro: Hummingbird.  Outro: Sacrifice to the Inhuman Creature. The Text: The Tour, spanning from pages 92 – 111. Just part one of our three part series, because this chapter is so crazy! The grandkids and safety consultants tour the facilities, learning how Jurassic Park has clones dinosaurs. Discussions surround: Biohazards, Elaborate Security Measures, Regis is a Liar, Timelines, Mission Control, Thomas H. Loy, the Manhattan Project, The Human Genome Project, Helotoxins, colchicinoids, and beta-alkaloids, and a whole lot more! Side effects:  Hair loss where you'd like to have hair, but new hair in places where you didn't have hair before... Find it on iTunes, on Spotify (click here!) or on Podbean (click here). Thank you! The Jura-Sick Park-cast is a part of the Spring Chickens banner of amateur intellectual properties including the Spring Chickens funny pages, Tomb of the Undead graphic novel, the Second Lapse graphic novelettes, The Infantry, and the worst of it all, the King St. Capers. You can find links to all that baggage in the show notes, or by visiting the schickens.blogpost.com or finding us on Facebook, at Facebook.com/SpringChickenCapers or me, I’m on twitter at @RogersRyan22 or email me at ryansrogers-at-gmail.com.  Thank you, dearly, for tuning in to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast, the Jurassic Park podcast where we talk about the novel Jurassic Park, and also not that, too. Until next time!  #JurassicPark #MichaelCrichton

Thursday Jul 28, 2022

Welcome to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast podcast, the Jurassic Park podcast about Michael Crichton's 1990 novel Jurassic Park, and also not about that, too.  Find the episode webpage at: Episode 20 - When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth In this episode, my terrific guests David and Will from The Common Descent podcast, who chat with me about: The Common Descent Podcast, "Spook"lative evolution, Croc Month, Snake Month, Dinosaur Walk Museum, Pigeon Forge Tennessee, Jurassic Park III, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Jurassic World: Dominion, Star Wars prequels, fan reception, audience reception, monster movies, Godzilla, Crocodiles in Jurassic Park, crocodile gizzard stones, archosaurs, dinosaur cousins, nesting, infant rearing, archosaurs chewing, allogator courtship practices, mating dances, Prehistoric Planet, carnotaurus mating dance, snakes, Clever Girl, velociraptors, Robert Muldoon, velociraptors opening doors, forked tongues, phylogenetic deductions in Jurassic Park's dinosaurs, Mike Bowman, healthy Mesozoic ecosystems, conservation attempts, equilibrium, complexities of ecosystems, and a lot more! Plus dinosaur news about: Reappraisal and new material of the holotype of Draconyx loureiroi provide insights on the tempo and modo of evolution of thumb-spiked dinosaurs Insights into paleoecology of the Bajo Barreal formation(upper Cretaceous), Patagonia, Argentina Featuring the music of Snale https://snalerock.bandcamp.com/releases  Intro: Sacrifice to the Inhuman Creature.  Outro: Latebloomer. The Text: This week’s text is When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth, spanning from pages 87 – 92. The group enters the Visitor Center and Donald Gennaro presents the tasks set out for the consultants during their inspection of Hammond’s island. Malcolm’s mathematical principles reveal that they needn’t concern themselves with escaped dinosaurs. Hammond and Malcolm have a tiff, just before Tim and Lex arrive for the tour.  Discussions surround: Costa Rican infant mortality rates, the Aswan Dam and Nile Delta, zoos, Contrivances of plot, Chaos Theory, Hubris, Crichton tropes, Hammond's god complex, Due Diligence, and Kids on Helicopters, and more! Side effects:  Cotton mouth and dry eyes. And the muchies...  Find it on iTunes, on Spotify (click here!) or on Podbean (click here). Thank you! The Jura-Sick Park-cast is a part of the Spring Chickens banner of amateur intellectual properties including the Spring Chickens funny pages, Tomb of the Undead graphic novel, the Second Lapse graphic novelettes, The Infantry, and the worst of it all, the King St. Capers. You can find links to all that baggage in the show notes, or by visiting the schickens.blogpost.com or finding us on Facebook, at Facebook.com/SpringChickenCapers or me, I’m on twitter at @RogersRyan22 or email me at ryansrogers-at-gmail.com.  Thank you, dearly, for tuning in to the Juras-Sick Park-Cast, the Jurassic Park podcast where we talk about the novel Jurassic Park, and also not that, too. Until next time!  #JurassicPark #MichaelCrichton

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