Second, hyperoxia is a big problem when arriving circa 85 million BC? Has anyone on this show checked on oxygen levels in the cretaceous? What about CO2 levels? What about glancing as IPCC projections for worst-case increases in CO2?
Why are the dinosaurs so aggressive? Isn't there any easier or more rewarding prey to catch than small mammals encased in armored vehicles and armed with machineguns?
Why are dinosaurs immune to vehicle-mounted machinegun fire? Seriously. There's no reason the vehicles couldn't use mounted Browning M2s or better, and .50 caliber BMG rounds are more powerful than the actual rounds used for hunting extremely large, tough game, like elephants.
Okay. Technical quibbling is for dorks. What about the shows artistic qualities rather than its mindless adherence to realism? What about it's brilliant dialogue? Except it was trite and predictable with an Andromeda-like quality of consisting of disjointed one-liners rather than coherent interaction. Maybe compelling characters? Not really. The twist -- that those evil outlaw Sixers are really maybe the good guys? Who didn't see that one coming?
PROTIP: If you're trying to keep a secret from your adoptive dad, maybe don't tell the cute boy you just met, whom you don't know well at all, but from what you have seen, seems to be impulsive and reckless?
What did you think? My dad thought maybe it was aimed at a younger crowd -- teenagers and such. Still, programs for young adults can still be good, and should be.