Are there going to be any move seasons for 'Stargate Universe '? It ended with the possibility of additional seasons. I for one would like to see more.
What's on your mind?
I've been a casual fan of the Stargate series for a long time but not at a level to read or post to fan pages until now. But I have a nagging question, and I wonder if someone has the answer. I'm probably not the first person to ask this question, but I've done a few searches and I can't find anywhere this is answered.
As stated here:
And as developed in the plot of the original Stargate 1994 movie, they were only able to use the Stargate to dial to Abydos after Daniel Jackson recognized the point of origin symbol for Earth. Then, when they got to Abydos, as Daniel said in the movie, "I can't make it [the Stargate] work" to get back home to Earth without knowing the Abydos point of origin symbol. They were totally, absolutely stuck on Abydos until Daniel figured out the correct 7th symbol (which was a big plot point in the movie).
But were they really stuck?
A Stargate only has 39 symbols, as stated here:
Now the exact number of symbols wasn't established (as far as I could tell) in the original movie. (I believe it was mentioned in the TV episode "Torment of Tantalus", if not before then; but the TV series was a few years after the movie.) However, in the original movie one could see the symbols move around the ring as the gate was dialed, and from the size of the symbols, one could get an approximate count and tell that the number of symbols was in the range of thirty to fifty symbols. It wasn't hundreds or thousands of symbols.
So if they knew the six symbols for a destination address, and there were on the order of 40 possibilities for the 7th symbol, it seems that they could simply use trial and error, dialing up to 40 times until they found the 7th symbol that would make the dialing sequence work. Surely someone as smart as Daniel Jackson, who had figured out everything else about the dialing sequence, would realize they could use trial and error to get the 7th symbol.
What am I missing? Or did the writers just overlook that in the movie?
I have started watching the stargate series and always try to watch series in order of release so starting with season 8 of SG-1 I started to watch Atlantis along side it. However on the wiki I find different air dates for the second half of Atlantis compared to what I find on wikipedia, imdb and the rest of the internet. Why do these air dates differ and what are the correct ones?
So i tried to ask this on the discord but i kept getting an error when i tried to join so i'm asking this here. So i just got to the point where sg-1 got to atlantis (I only watched for a few minutes to make sure they actually got there this time) and i want to catch up with stargate atlantis so how far into stargate atlantis should i watch before going back to stargate sg-1 season 10 episode 3?
Hi Guys, i have been looking for the title of a soundtrack that is heard in several SGA episodes. It first appears in S01E07, Poisoning the Well.
It plays when, shortly after the intro, Beckett and the team are walking through a hallway and Beckett complains about being pressed into service. part begins, no joke, at 4:20 into the episode. A variation is also briefly heard when the jumper departs Atlantis and Weir looks on,
If anyone knows the name of this piece, i would be very grateful!
I'm curious. Are the Atlantis comics actually confirmed canon? Just wondering, because I noticed it looks like a lot of other comics are either unconfirmed, don't even bother stating if they are or aren't, and a few are not canon. So how do we know for sure? Was there an article somewhere saying it's canon?
After having 10 Seasons and 2 Movies and 2 Spin Offs and several Novels and Comics. There are no storylines of what did happened with Jack and Laira.
Because that seemed pretty rude to her and her people. If she got pregnant by a guy from another planet and he got away. Because he did visit her planet again to visit a planet expose the Rogue NID later named the Trust.
To make a point clear, not talking down on Jack. While come on. Not as much a mention of a woman that can be pregnant with their child.
Where I was not happy what happened with T.J's pregnancy and Vala's pregnancy that did had storylines to an end. I liked Teyla's pregnancy.
What do you think could be the outcome what it be if the Aschen did send stargate.fandom.com/wiki/Biogenic_weapon to Earth, but Samantha did use stargate.fandom.com/wiki/Call_forwarding_device to not dial stargate.fandom.com/wiki/Earth, and save her life. While instead the biogenic weapon targeted stargate.fandom.com/wiki/Aschen_Prime and wiped out their kind?
How would those worlds within the stargate.fandom.com/wiki/Aschen_Confederation react what Earth did to the Aschen?
Name me all the name of Stargate Atlantis wraiths episode
There have been some episodes which I thought were good episodes, as where there are episodes which I thought were kind of creepy from one perspective but on a another perspective they were good in Stargate: SG-1 and Stargate: Atlantis and Stargate: Universe.
I am talking about Epilogue and Common Descent.
Could someone explain to me why did the Asurans become reckless with their survival after First Strike or after the Ancients wanted to wipe them out?
Was that because of their arrogance and being quite delusional? Than they had truly emulate the Ancients and their ultimate failure.
They managed to scare off the Atlantis Expedition of a planet with their Stargate Satellite, logically and unbiased speaking, if they had used those Stargate Satellites to be the perfect Orbital Defense System, you can by a chance fire and destroy a couple before the Stargates activates, and the tons of various knowledge from the Return, Part 1 and Part 2 and Progeny to become immune to the effects of the Anti-Replicator guns and to the planet-wide version as well, and the Asuran Homeworld would survive from the Tau'ri / Travelers / Wraith Alliance.
If you think about the most logical villains are Anubis and Michael and Replicate Carter and Ba'al.
There is a question that was bothering me, because when Ba'al changed the history and Cameron was never born in the alternative time he was protected when they were inside the wormhole, during the ten years he was in 1929 to 1939 which he did end the damage which was caused. Could he met someone and started a family like on Epilogue or he spent his life alone until he died of old age sometime between 1939 and 2008?
Can anyone tell me what or where this sound effect is from? I've scoured the internet for what the origin of this sound is and I haven't been able to find anything.
I've been experiencing an issue with the talk pages on Stargate Wiki, specifically, lately. How it should be working is that, on every page, a link to that page's talk page is included in the dropdown menu (next to the 'Edit' button). However recently, I've noticed the following:
- On article pages, 'Talk' is absent from the dropdown
- On Talk pages, 'Talk' is included in the dropdown (which is completely redundant).
Is anyone else having this issue? Images are provided below.
Could the Tau'ri use the Ark of Truth on the Wraith and make them all think that they only eat vegetables or something. Though, I suppose you'd need to use it on them one-at-a-time given how they don't have anything like the prior staffs, which are all linked together.
(I feel like I'm 10 years late with this post)
I'm trying to remember the episode of Stargate Atlantis (I think) where for some reason they lodge a puddle jumper outside of a spaceship by extending the drive pods in a tight section. Anyone know what episode I'm talking about?