I think the episode "Cure" would interest you though. Sixth season episode 10.
Goa'uld symbiotes are usually born with genetic memory from their Queen, meaning they have all the memories of all the Goa'uld's before them, so no.
@Dragonfly82 yeah it's better if they do, I was just trying to play devils advocate and think of a reason why they wouldn't but yeah, the more security the better.
@Dragonfly82 Well, when it's somewhere other than Earth, like if it's an alpha site or even I guess the bridge, couldn't enemies could just arrive from space and then if the planet gets taken over, now they can't get back through the gate because now the enemy has control of the iris. So they'd only be able to go back with a ship and that might take awhile and be harder to back up. Maybe that's why they don't bother?
@RRabbit42 It's not 'just the technology being convenient and people in charge is way more justified in SG than your example'. There actually ARE gate technicians and the gate is way more important that Star Treks convenient comms. People actually have to stay at the gate's DHD 24/7 to make sure they aren't invaded and to dial the gate for people and to inform everyone when they do receive an incoming wormhole. So any gate you see coming too or leaving a Tau'ri base is justified and that's the whole show.
Yeah, that is really weird and doesn't make sense.
When I meant 'just close it' so nothing comes through I meant like after the team gets back btw. Not like they get a dial-in and get attacked cause yeah then stuff is already coming through and even if they could close it it could just be redialed lol.
Yeah, having those is definitely helpful in an actual attack, because then you could just disintegrate whatever bad thing is already coming through.
I would also like to add that in more normal situations and not one where its cut off early like the incident Dragonfly mentions, that I would naturally assume it would be the gate technician. The whole team leaves: turns it off, the whole team returns: turns it off. If he didn't the gate would stay open by itself for thirty-eight minutes. (see Atlantis episode: "Thirty-Eight Minutes") Why waste the power or worry something else would come through? Just close it.
Yeah, I want the Aschen to return also. That would be interesting!
@Dragonfly82 As for the novels being canon if a new show came out, I believe it would only matter if the show directly counters them. If nothing is mentioned then there's no use throwing everything out? Show canon comes first, then the books. So if a show says something different then yeah. But say if the new show takes place years later and just says oh Atlantis is in Pegasus but doesn't explain how or why then that doesn't contradict anything. I think even if Atlantis is still in the milky way you could technically rationalize it (as long as the show is years later) cause at any point Atlantis could have come back, right? Unless there's dialogue that specifically points to the fact that Atlantis never returned to Pegasus.
As for the comics, yeah I can definitely see that becoming non-canon. In my opinion, I think the books are more canon as it is, both from having way more volume and work put into it, as well as the comics no longer having the licensing anyway, so none of that continuity can even continue unless it gets worked out. So yeah, I can see the one volume of SGU comics becoming non-canon and the Atlantis comics didn't even mesh with the books either so yeah.
That's how I view it anyway. So just my opinion. What's yours?
@Dragonfly82 I choose Michael because he really got used by Atlantis and then everything that happened to the wraith. It's not his fault. So of course he probably doesn't seem trustworthy to the mains because they ruined him. But as an outsider, I think showing him compassion and trust would make him an ally and a friend since he doesn't have many to begin with. Todd might be an ally but it's not without its own problems and lack of trust (like Teyla and Primary Queen situation).
A "you problem" means an issue that's only related to the individual specifically and not others.
In this context, you saying that 'you' can't watch scenes with out thinking about how half wouldn't work out in real life is a 'you problem'. I was implying I don't have that issue myself. lol
Well that's a you problem I guess. lol
It's a "What If" video. I'm not convinced of how they executed that video either but I mean the video itself I wouldn't believe in, not the actual Zero point energy. I mean the video ends saying we'd get utopia but we'd need gov regulation from the dangers but didn't bother to say what the supposed dangers of over excess where. Then it just shifts topics to Space Exploration. lol
Um, maybe you should be on their discuss page. How is the Stargate Wiki suppose to help you on another wiki?
Also you posted a lot of non stargate stuff over here so you weren't following the guidelines here either.
No problem. Have a good day! :)
The article is on the wiki as "Robins".
I'm not sure what you're asking but I think your 'trying' to say that your 'trying' to 'write' an article. Do you mean Major Robins from "Homecoming" or something else? Also if your article is supposed to be in English if this post is any indication I'm sorry but you really need to work on your English because your spelling and word choices are completely wrong.