The Logitech WingMan Formula GP I picked up today at Goodwill. At only $10, it was a much better deal than my Saitek x45 from a few months back. Getting drivers was a small hassle, but now that it’s all set up, it drives great.
We literally have an entire trilogy of movies that explain why that is a bad idea.
FUCK IT GROW DINOSAURS I DIDN’T LEARN SHIT.
The half-life of DNA has proven to be roughly 521 years, which means that every 521 years, DNA becomes slightly less readable. The tipping point where DNA is no longer useful in a cloning capacity (where it would still be intact enough to splice to a living organism, like frogs in JP) is less that 1.5 million years. Since Dinosaurs have been extinct for over 65 million years, it is impossible with current technology to clone them, and will likely be impossible until we have developed functional time travel (at which point breeding will be easier.)
However, as our understanding of genetics increases, it seems logical that we might some day figure out how to manipulate DNA from one species and alter it significantly and with precision to a point that the resulting organism would resemble an extinct species. Thus, not all hope is lost.
I somehow doubt that 7 sticks of TNT with a 12-second fuse has ever been used to purposely murder anyone (esp. not in the last two centuries).
Like, someone walks into your house and manages to sneak up into your bedroom, then lights the TNT and runs out without you noticing (because it wouldn’t be difficult to put out the fuse if you did notice.) Unlikely.
The cops look at who has purchased TNT in the past year and finds only like, 12 people.
Based on this list, you have 6 alternate easily obtainable murder weapons (Wood Chipper and M16(?) are hard to get); yet you choose TNT. Unlikely.
Additionally, there have been only 2 murders by legally obtained fully-automatic rifles since 1934 in the US (and probably less than 15 by illegal automatics). And only a single murder by wood-chipper (way back in 1947):