Professor Tom Nesbitt: The world's been here for millions of years. Man's been walking upright for a comparatively short time. Mentally we're still crawling.
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Professor Tom Nesbitt:
The world's been here for millions of years. Man's been walking upright for a comparatively short time. Mentally we're still crawling.

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The world's been here for millions of years.
Man's been walking upright for
a comparatively short time.
Mentally, we're still crawling.
This test will add to our knowledge.
Wouldn't you say so, Ritchie?
That's right.
Every time one of these goes off...
...I feel we're helping to write
the first chapter of a new Genesis.
Let's hope we don't find ourselves writing
the last chapter of the old one.
- You sound like a man who's scared, Tom.
- What makes you think I'm not?
Here are the figures, Tom.

Clip duration: 34 seconds
Views: 9
Timestamp in movie: 00:05:44
Uploaded: 23 September, 2021
Genres: horror, sci-fi
Summary: A ferocious dinosaur awakened by an Arctic atomic test terrorizes the North Atlantic and, ultimately, New York City.


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