Microscopes in Jurassic Park
charles francis delwiche
cdelwich at nickel.ucs.indiana.edu
Wed Jul 28 16:14:17 EST 1993
>In article <234p36INN8g9 at gap.caltech.edu>
>robin at cco.caltech.edu (Robert C. Colgrove) writes:
>>I am trying to remember the scenes where the microscope are used
>>but don't remember anything jumping out at me.
>>Maybe they were using an inverted scope noninverted...
Well, what I noticed was that the ocular heads were on backwards. As
I recall this was the case both in the trailer at the dig in South
Dakota (?) and in the laboratory in "Jurassic Park" itself. So my
question is: was that the only problem, or did other people notice
other things? Like for example, were the condensers in the right
position? I didn't pay any attention to that (I was there to see the
dinosaurs after all...)
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