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The clip find life Part 2 from The Andromeda Strain (1971) Hold it. More pistachio? I count four patches. Keep going. I'll computerize the coordinates. Let's take a look at the rock at 100. I doubt that's what knocked the capsule off trajectory. Unless the rock was going at tremendous speed, or unless it's terribly heavy. For Pete's sake, Ruth, it can't be that heavy. Hall and I could lift the capsule. However, it's possible the rock is different in space: Out there it might do anything. Maybe it has elastic properties we don't even know yet. Let's have a look at the green patches. They must've come off the rock, if it is rock. You know something? They do look like spatters of paint. Let's go back to the rock and see it at 440. If that's a meteor, it's a damn peculiar one. This left border over here, it's smooth, almost like an artificial surface. Painted, maybe. Luminous paint.
1 Dec 2011
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The clip find life Part 3 from The Andromeda Strain (1971) If I keep watching it, I might think so. Wet paint sign and all. Jeremy? What? Nothing. You okay? It's just my eyes are tired. We've been at it five hours straight. We'll take a caffeine break in a minute. First I'd like to see one of the separate patches of green at 1,000. Did you see that? I saw it. You didn't change the lighting? I didn't touch it. Looks alive. Yes. It's bigger than two microns. Which means the infection is spread by a mere fraction of the green. I'm bringing down cameras. Let's have the other microscanner. Stone to Level Control. I need a Mic-T. Roger. Will send. Jump it up to 1500. Microscan doesn't go any higher. We can get 1500 light magnification in microchemistry. I'll send the rock through.
1 Dec 2011
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The clip find life Part 2 from The Andromeda Strain (1971) Hold it. More pistachio? I count four patches. Keep going. I'll computerize the coordinates. Let's take a look at the rock at 100. I doubt that's what knocked the capsule off trajectory. Unless the rock was going at tremendous speed, or unless it's terribly heavy. For Pete's sake, Ruth, it can't be that heavy. Hall and I could lift the capsule. However, it's possible the rock is different in space: Out there it might do anything. Maybe it has elastic properties we don't even know yet. Let's have a look at the green patches. They must've come off the rock, if it is rock. You know something? They do look like spatters of paint. Let's go back to the rock and see it at 440. If that's a meteor, it's a damn peculiar one. This left border over here, it's smooth, almost like an artificial surface. Painted, maybe. Luminous paint.
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