In the last century we amassed, landmark technological power, and we’ve consistently proven ourselves incapable of handling that power.
If I don’t make it back, remember, you’re the one who made me come.[Claire Dearing: Be careful, ok?]
I rode my motorcycle through the jungle with a pack of raptors.[Franklin Webb: Would you ride a thousand-pound horse that’s been abused all its life?]
I know why we’re here. Lockwood’s little flunky called me. Rescue op. Save the dinosaurs from an island that’s about to explode. What could go wrong?[to Claire]
How many times do you have to see the evidence? How many times must the point be made? We’re causing our own extinction. Too many red lines have been crossed. And our home has, in fundamental ways, been polluted by avarice and political megalomania. Genetic power has now been unleashed. And of course, that’s gonna be catastrophic. This change was inevitable from the moment we brought the first dinosaur back from extinction. We convince ourselves that sudden change is something that happens outside the normal order of things, like a car crash, or that it’s beyond our control, like a fatal illness. We don’t conceive of sudden, radical, irrational change as woven into the very fabric of existence. Yet, I can assure you, it most assuredly is. And it’s happening now. Humans and dinosaurs are now gonna be forced to coexist. These creatures were here before us. And if we’re not careful, they’re gonna be here after. We’re gonna have to adjust to new threats that we can’t imagine. We’ve entered a new era. Welcome to Jurassic World.
Do you remember the first time you saw a dinosaur? First time you see them it’s like a miracle. You read about them in books, you see the bones in museums, but you don’t really believe it. They’re like myths. And then you see the first one alive.[to Owen]
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