Whitney: (to Clausen after *Hobart* Red Alert Go *SAC 4A* is launched) Now comes the tough part. After the code checks out they send another request for another verification.
Ironside: And you've got to cancel out before it reaches SAC and send the verification through yourself.
Geller: Curtis, what are you doing?
Clausen: (aiming a gun at them) Just keep going, Doctor. A man like you can't quit until he has his final proof. (Computer screen: *SAC Sector 4A* Verification Request - Verification Red Alert _ Launch Code (1) 111 (2) 222 (4) 444 (6) 666 (8) 888 (10) 10 10 10 (12) 12 12 12 (14) 14 14 14 (16) 16 16 16)
Ironside: Better hurry, Dr. Whitney, speed is what counts, right? At first, Dr. Whitney, it didn't compute. Why did Brandon want out of his study, why put him out of circulation? After all, everything was the way it had always been.
Whitney: But it wasn't.
Ironside: No, you were different. You and that hidden ball you asked Brandon to develop. The technique was clean and perfect. You could block electronic messages of all kinds, not just television. Now, let's say a man wants control of the doomsday button, You tie in your own computer while pretending to do a study of the missile base. You send out a firing order. When the base requests a verification from SAC, you intercept it and cancel it out with your bouncing ball.
Whitney: No, there's more to it than that.
Ironside: But I've got the basics.