Corrected entry: The thermite bombs vaporize the saucer leaving no trace except for the thing; yet, the saucer survives a fiery entry (still shots shown to the captain) into our atmosphere and the craft was determined by the scientist to weigh 20,000 tons when it crashed and made up an unknown alloy. With this in mind and no trace but a body, how did the body survive that heat?
Visible crew/equipment: When the airplane flies over the area where the saucer skidded in and became buried in the ice, you can see the equipment used to clear the snow and smooth out the ice (at the narrow end of the ice). You can also see the tracks from the machine criss-crossing the circular portion from the aerial shots. (00:16:20)
Ned "Scotty" Scott: Here's the sixty-four dollar question - what do you do with a vegetable?
Nikki: Boil it.
Ned "Scotty" Scott: What did you say?
Nikki: Boil it... bake it... stew it... fry it?
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