Jurassic Park Syndrome
- Category: DOCS Information
- Created: Saturday, 23 January 2010 00:00
- Written by Alecomm
What is Jurassic Park Syndrome (JPS) ?
Jurassic Park Syndrome is where the reader of a document, no matter how ridiculous it is, is completely overwhelmed by its contents and actually starts to believe it. You have to remember that nothing is too ridiculous for the family courts, or the children's courts for that matter, and the fact that the authorities make the common mistake of being lazy and not reading fully all information supplied contributes substantially to JPS.
When the authorities only skim through the documents that they then rely upon to make their 'informed decisions' they often find themselves lost in what is written and not how it is written or what was not. This completely derails their ability to investigate the matter at hand and come back with a reasonable judgement.
People actually believe that they are doing the right thing when they 'jump to a conclusion' based on what evidence they have read when in actual fact if they asked a few questions and maybe listened to the people concerned when they are trying to give simple explanations for particular statements they would find they would quite often come to an entirely different answer.
Jurassic Park Syndrome (JPS) is similar to Munchausen-by-Proxy, in that these people are fabricating events and abusing children in the process in order to gain the attention off either their supervisor or the court system and to make out that they are actually saving the child, when in actual fact all they have done is abuse the child. This is MBP, there is no denying it, and it is just a matter of time before it will be recognised within our systems and those perpetrating the crimes upon our children whilst they are suffering JPS will be held accountable.