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comment Why are there such big gaps between Sherlock seasons?
Possible Duplicate: Why are there so few episode of Sherlock?
Sep
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comment The events leading up to the Indominus Rex's escape
To me this is a case of "Contrived Stupidity‌​". Right after the thermal scan comes up empty and Owen notices the scratch/claw marks, Claire rushes off while mentioning that the I-Rex has an implant in her back which she can track from the control room. Then it cuts to her in the car, calling the control room, telling them to get the coordinates of the I-Rex. - I see no reason why Claire couldn't have just called the control room right away, but then the I-Rex's escape plan wouldn't have worked.
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comment something with nim or mim
My guess: The Last Mimzy (2007)
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comment Was there any further relevance to the triceratops' desease?
The cause for the sickness is explained in a deleted scene and it's the same as in the novel.
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comment Why so many British actors in American productions?
So your question is acutally "Why are british actors in american production?". You have named a few british actors, but that doesn't proof that there is a "phenomenon". One could make a list of actors from other nationalities as well, e.g. Australia, Canada, Mexiko,... - Why a certain actor was chosen for a certain role should be it's own question. One can't generalize.
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comment What happened to the dinosaurs from Jurassic Park?
The T-Rex at the end is in fact the one from the first movie (interview with the director).
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comment Are those historical portrayal 100% or mostly real?
Back in those days, before there were phones and email, and when traveling wasn't as easy as today, scientists, like other people, wrote letters to stay in touch with friends, family and colleagues (and tell them stuff about their lives). - In case of Newton, there is e.g. The Newton Project, where they have a big collection of letters he wrote.