The clip after the crisis from The Andromeda Strain (1971) with Eric Christmas, Arthur Hill
I take it the bomb didn't...
No, it didn't.
Eight seconds to spare. Hardly even exciting.
The supercolony's now off the coast...
and moving southwest across the Pacific.
Apparently Andromeda hasn't turned lethal again.
At least there haven't been any reports of bizarre deaths.
We're applying an adaptation of your antidote to it.
Cloud seeding. We're seeding the clouds above Andromeda...
with silver iodide.
The raindrops will carry the organism into the ocean,
and the alkaline reaction from seawater should kill it.
Just as acids or alkali in the blood stopped it.
This cloud seeding business, you absolutely sure it worked?
You better be. All reports indicate the experiment was successful.
Then we can feel confident your so-called biological crisis is over?
As far as Andromeda's concerned, yes.
We have the organism at Wildfire and we continue to study it.
We now know beyond a doubt that other forms oflife exist in the universe.
Thanks to Scoop.
However, with this new knowledge, there's no guarantee...
that another so-called biological crisis won't occur again.
What do we do about that?
What do we do?