What Is Your Favorite Jurassic Park Movie?

For me its the original Jurassic Park. Its the classic one and as others have pointed out, it is the most iconic.I remember when it first came out back in 1993. I was a kid that was already fascinated with dinosaurs but when Jurassic Park came on the scene I became obsessive! I remember my mind being blown the first time I was in the theater. I probably went and saw it a good 4 or 5 times, lol.I remember getting all of the toys, books, and memorabilia that I could. I kept a lot of these for many years for memories sake.

I never felt that same passion and enthusiasm for any of the sequels.I think out of all the sequels I probably like Jurassic Park III more and thats mainly because of the threat of the Spinosaur. I found myself a bit underwhelmed with The Lost World: Jurassic Park and Jurassic World.

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Do archaeological finds belong in a museum, or in a private collection? Can they be sold?

To quote Indiana Jones (one of the few things he says wearing his archaeology hat that most archaeologists would agree with):

Private ownership encourages antiquities theft and smuggling, which beyond being ethically wrong and illegal in much of the world, is now used to fund terror.The wanton destruction of antiquities by ISIS underscores the importance of keeping artifacts in secure museums where they can be stored, curated, seen by the public, and studied by academics. Unfortunately, it is also a great argument for keeping artifacts ins the museums of former colonial powers since they are more likely to be able to protect them.Harsher penalties, the absolute prohibition on the private ownership of antiquities, and stricter enforcement of antiquities law should be made a priority. Antiquities in private collections should be confiscated and curated by national museums. Collectors should only be reimbursed in the case where the antiquities were purchased in an entirely legal manner and only for the amount spent on the purchase.

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What makes a book collectible?

Thanks for the A2A "Anonymous"! )Well, you've gotten the main answers here so... I guess my work is done.There are however psychological, physiological & evolutionary reasons for this too. I won't delve too deep into them.n1) Status. Having rare books shows that you're willing to invest time and money on things of both great quality and content. You show your mental prowess and might seem as a more attractive mate to those who value that.2) Story. If there's a story behind the item it can also make for a great conversation and lend itself as a tool to connect with other people who share your values & interests.3) Love. Owning a certain thing that you value and cherish fills you up with all the positive stuff like hormones & chemicals. I have this with my "Deadpool" comics. I start to smile just typing it out right here. It's partly nostalgia, partly because I genuinely enjoy reading them.Have a kick-ass â‚¢eative day! )

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What can be a large list of all Physics books to study from the lower to the PhD level?

In the following answer I discuss physics textbooks from the first year university level to a level for those aspiring to win a Nobel Prize in physics (yes, that is the earnest claim from the creator of one of the websites I reference therein, but, as youll find out, this person would know):Felix Chen's answer to Can I learn physics alone? What're the best books and references to study it and be great in it?To supplement the above answer, a fairly comprehensive list of physics books is here: A Physics Book List. And finally, I should mention one other textbook whose authors have stated was written to compile the knowledge every physics Ph.D. student should know: Modern Classical Physics. Despite its unwieldy size, I like this book very much for the breadth of its subjects and accompanying straightforward explanations and detail.One could spend several lifetimes reading everything suggested in this answer. At least youll be off to a good start

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Where can I download Adulthood is a Myth: A. Sarah's Scribbles Collection PDF?

Adulthood is a Myth: A Sarah's Scribbles CollectionDo you love networking to advance your career? Is adulthood an exciting new challenge for which you feel fully prepared? Ugh. Please go away.2016 GOODREADS CHOICE AWARD WINNER FOR GRAPHIC NOVELS AND COMICS!These casually drawn, perfectly on-point comics by the hugely popular young Brooklyn-based artist Sarah Andersen are for the rest of us. They document the wasting of entire beautiful weekends on the internet, the unbearable agony of holding hands on the street with a gorgeous guy, and dreaming all day of getting home and back into pajamas. In other words, the horrors and awkwardnesses of young modern life. Oh and they are totally not autobiographical. At all.Adulthood Is a Myth presents many fan favorites plus dozens of all-new comics exclusive to this book. Like the work of fellow Millennial authors Allie Brosh, Grace Helbig, and Gemma Correll, Sarah's frankness on personal issues like body image, self-consciousness, introversion, relationships, and the frequency of bra-washing makes her comics highly relatable and deeply hilarious.Where can I download Adulthood is a Myth: A Sarah's Scribbles Collection in PDF format?

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Which superhero has the best collection of movie adaptations?

"The best" is of course always going to depend on your tastes. And there is also the problem that no many superheroes have a real collection of movies, and we also have to think what constitutes a collection, is part of the collection every movie where the guy appears or only solo movies matter? are two movies considered a collection?lets asume it is only solo movies, and take into account only guys with 3 movies or more...then the first price would go to Batman.Putting aside the Nolan trilogy that everybody knows and loves...there are also the Michael Keaton movies...that realy started the Batman trend, as the scary dude criminals fear.

That makes me smilebecause before of that we had...Adam west. Who is fun enough, but more cartoonish and not that realistic. And people do love his portrayal, of course...but Keaton started a new age for batman fans.

and how many dues are there with a good collection of movies? not to many to be honest

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What is the total business collection of the movie 'Sky Is Pink' (2019 movie)?

The Sky Is Pink box office collection Day 5: Priyanka-Farhan starrer struggles to stay afloatThe Sky Is Pink box office collection Day 5: The film has minted Rs 10.70 crore so far. The Shonali Bose directorial stars Priyanka Chopra, Farhan Akhtar, Zaira Wasim and Rohit Saraf in the lead roles and grossed Rs 2.51 crore on its first day.The Sky Is Pink box office collection Day 5: The film has minted Rs 10.

70 crore so far.

The Sky Is Pink starring Priyanka Chopra, Akhtar, Zaira Wasim and Rohit Saraf in the lead roles has opened meekly at the box office. The film is struggling as it faces stiff competition from Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff starrer War.So far, the film has minted Rs 10.70 crore till now. The Shonali Bose directorial grossed Rs 2.

51 crore on its first day.

Despite receiving a standing ovation when The Sky Is Pink premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, the film has gotten mixed reviews from both critics and audiences.What is the box office collection of The Sky Is Pink (2019 movie)?

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What is the current value of the oldest collection?

One of the oldest collections humanity has is held by the Vatican in Rome. Since there is no published inventory, one cannot gauge its (incalculable) worth. It contains examples of both the most heathen and deeply religious art imaginable. Just its document archives represent one of the most important historical assemblages on Earth.I was fortunate enough to escort my maternal grandmother through the, "Treasures of the Vatican", exhibit that toured America during the early 1980's. Since my grandmother's eyesight and hearing were failing, I would step up close to the title plaque and loudly read off the text for her.

In a little while, it became apparent that complete strangers were following around our tiny, three-person entourage because they enjoyed my narratives about the assorted pieces. The various examples of non-Catholic artifacts were stunning. The Vatican contains an embarrassment of riches which would put any of the kings in old Europe to complete shame.

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What are some tips on collecting guns for investment purposes?

I collect military surplus rifles. Old stuff from world wars and the like. While the price of a given rifle has never gone down when I sold it it has very rarely gone up more than inflation during that time. There are a few exceptions, Mosin Negant rifles doubled in value recently because of YouTube video reviewers. If you are looking to buy firearms for wealth RETENTION, not growth, any high quality rifle that is already collectible and expensive will do. Now if you're looking to buy and sell for profit there is no quick secret. Being successful at arms trading requires years of not making any money at it and knowing where things break. A friend of my father taught me a few things about this art, and it is an art. The deal of a lifetime happens every day, if you feel weird about a gun don't buy it, and most importantly never buy a firearm on an empty stomach

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As a collector, do you like to show off your collection?

Yes! Only some collectors that have VERY valuable stamps/collections are reluctant or afraid to let the world know about that. They don't want to attract thieves. But anybody (with enough money) can buy a normal collection of mint stamps, that can replicate YOUR collection of mint stamps. So showing (or showing off) your mint stamps is not a big deal, in general. You only passively accumulated what others can accumulate as well. But you might do it for educational purposes, and to share the hobby pleasure. You can be more creative by creating maxicards (traditional or non-traditional), or creating covers with stamps and cachets on them. Then, you could really circulate by mail some of your creations. Showing (off) your collection should not be about how smart you are, etc., but about how willing you are to share with others, offline and online, your pleasure (and expertise) of the educational hobby of philately/stamp collecting.

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Which are most valuable and collectible indian coins?

Many AspectA Coin can be most valuable from Historic point of view when found from 'Particular Location/Area' etc and let it be a 'common' when monetary value is thought of ( As this coin could be very common coin ).Scarcity of coins decides , Current monetary value ( as well as Metal !!! )Many coins are RARE from Ancient to current Republic India coins. Here Scarcity of coins make them valuable eg very recent coins like eg. 1970 Rupee coin Scare due to mintage , 1996 Shubhash Chandra Bose coin centenary mistake realised and coin withdrawn and later agin minted with correct 1997 Date ( 1997 coins are common !!! ) , Tilakji Coin ( 'JI' wrongly added and later corrected )Collectible coins :All coins are collectibles ( if we look from collectors point of view ). Theme, Interest etc decide , what One collects. Some can collect Ancient coins ( India ), Some Mughal coins, Some may collect Princely State coins or NEW collector may start with Republic of India coins.

eg. I have restricted myself for Mughal coins. I Just collect ONLY Shah Jahan coins and that also ONLY Rupees

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