Andromeda Strain1 Essay

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Andromeda Strain1




Andromeda Strain

In the movie Andromeda Strain pH scale was included in the experiment trying to see what
happens to blood when someone hyperventilates and proteins. On the first day the
expertise were trying to solve the problem as to why the satellite retrieved from outer
space was killing people and animals. Then the scientist had to design some experiments
to find out more about the deadly organism. They knew that there were three things that
they had to find out. First was to identify the organism. Second was to see how the
organism was structured and how it works. Third was to how to contain the organism and
destroy.

The next day the scientist was trying to find out a solution to the problem. On the third
day, the scientists try to meet their self-imposed deadline. The sooner the solution is
found, the fewer people will die. It turns out that the organism can only live within a
very narrow pH, the pH human blood. The survivors found at the beginning of the movie
that both had abnormal blood pH- the babyís pH was too high due to crying much of the time
and the old manís pH was too low because he drank sterno.

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