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*When McKay dials [[Earth]], if you listen carefully to the DHD, the symbol keys can only be heard being pressed seven times, when Earth would require eight symbols since it is in the [[Milky Way]] Galaxy, and [[M5S-224]] is in the [[Pegasus]] Galaxy.
 
*When McKay dials [[Earth]], if you listen carefully to the DHD, the symbol keys can only be heard being pressed seven times, when Earth would require eight symbols since it is in the [[Milky Way]] Galaxy, and [[M5S-224]] is in the [[Pegasus]] Galaxy.
   
*Illusion or not, it's highly unlikely that McKay would be allowed out of [[Cheyenne Mountain]], let alone [[Stargate Command]], wearing his [[Atlantis]] uniform complete with mission patches. However, this may be a clue that it is an illusion.
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*Illusion or not, it's highly unlikely that McKay would be allowed out of [[Cheyenne Mountain]], let alone [[Stargate Command]], wearing his [[Atlantis]] uniform complete with mission patches.
   
 
*When Mist-Hammond and [[Major]] [[John Sheppard]] are in the elevator, the indicator jumps from 28, to 25; shortly counts down, then gets stuck at 21 until the two get off.
 
*When Mist-Hammond and [[Major]] [[John Sheppard]] are in the elevator, the indicator jumps from 28, to 25; shortly counts down, then gets stuck at 21 until the two get off.

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