Jurassic Park was a revolutionary, genetic concept of cloning extinct dinosaurs to use as show for people. In the novel Jurassic Park Michael Crichton uses the chaos theory and other examples of human error to show how a idea like Jurassic Park would not work. The one error that caused the park to fail indefinitely was the fact that Hammond and the other designers of the park didn't think about the unpredictability of nature itself.
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designers caused the park to fail. The tiny details of the park contributed along with technical errors, but the most influential contributing factor was that Hammond overlooked the unpredictability of nature itself. The influence that nature would have on the island was not thought about during the design or the maintenance of the park. While this was overlooked by employees of the park, nature was taking its own course and pushing the park to fail.