The co-founder of Musk’s Neuralink company, Max Hodak, hit send on a tweet that suggested that any featured dinosaurs at a metaphorical Jurassic Park “wouldn’t be genetically authentic dinosaurs.” But, with about “15 years of breeding and engineering” anything is possible “to get super exotic novel species,” he added.
However, many of those who responded to Hodak made their skepticism known to the executive.
Neuralink has created strides in regards to advancement in brain science and implantable computer interface technologies centered on improving neurological connections in those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, paralysis, and other major ailments.
Last July, Musk even said the Neuralink will even be able to stream music straight into users’ brains.
In the 1993 fictional “Jurassic Park” film, the popular theme park, which is filled with extinct dinosaurs, is erected after a team of genetic scientists successfully extract dinosaur DNA from prehistoric mosquitoes.
Fans of the film franchise will remember plans of opening the colossal park go up in smoke when the man-eating dinosaurs break and dangerously run amuck before the park sees its grand opening.
Colin Trevorrow, who helmed 2015’s “Jurassic World,” will direct the next installment following J.A. Bayona’s “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.” Those two films grossed $1.67 billion and $1.3 billion, respectively.
The ride takes inspiration from Trevorrow’s reboot from 2015 and features the original cast, including Chris Pratt as Owen Grady, Bryce Dallas Howard as Claire Dearing and BD Wong as Dr. Henry Wu, a company press release said on Wednesday.
When passengers get on the ride, they can expect a high-speed adventure through a velociraptor paddock, which features the film’s four raptors: Blue, Charlie, Delta and Echo.
“Jurassic World 3,” starring Pratt and Howard, is to be released June 2021.
Fox News’ Cortney Moore contributed to this report.