The Science of CSI.

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The Science of CSI.

Post by Melyssa K on Fri Nov 09, 2012 1:42 pm

I love the scientific component of CSI. I know the time frames are dramatically shortened and they jazz up the blocking (how actors move in a scene) to make it look better on camera, but they consult actual forensicologists and law enforcement officials to make it as realistic as it can be and still be entertaining. I took a forensics course in high school and we covered a lot of what they do in CSI: crime scene reconstruction, blood-typing, blood spatter patterns, separating DNA segments, determining race, gender and height from skeletal remains, chromatography, identifying white powders, identifying types of body hairs and figuring out whose was under the microscope. I thoroughly enjoy the science of CSI.
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Re: The Science of CSI.

Post by bornlie on Thu Nov 29, 2012 3:12 pm

Smile aww I wish i could do that
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