TRACKING DOWN the line of empty, open capsules. Frozen twilight. The final four capsules are sealed, lids in place.
ANGLE - INSIDE CAPSULE
NEWT, then RIPLEY. HICKS next, his head and chest bandaged. Then BISHOP in his caul of plastic. But the lid of Bishops capsule is misted with hothouse condensation.
A tear of fluid streaks the condensation.
An alarm SOUNDS.
A monitor begins to scroll da
The mule and the boy finally reach a camp. A few tents dwarfed by a huge temple door jutting out of the sand. The camp is deserted except for some kids by the temple entrance holding large mirrors, reflecting light into the temple.
Omar leaves his mule in the shade, seizes two goatskins and slips inside the temple.
3 INT. TEMPLE - DAY
Omar makes his way uneasily down a pillared corridor that open
1. There is nothing new about man’s need to preserve food for storage or convenience of preparation. Sun-drying, salting, pickling and smoking are methods which have been used for centuries and are still being used today. Recent advances in technology have made it possible to preserve food by decreasing the risk of microbiological spoilage with less loss of taste, texture and nutritive value.
1) Definition of preservation and food-spoilage micro-organisms
Food preservation is the process of treating and handling food to stop or greatly slow down spoilage (loss of quality, edibility or nutritive value) caused or accelerated by micro-organisms. Some methods, however, use benign bacteria, yeasts or fungi to add specific qualities and to preserve food (e.g., cheese, wine