All cells destroyed?Edit

How could people on atlantis thing that every nano cells are destroyed. It is as Rodney said that all destroyed Auroras had Asurans on board and after destruction by 304s all Asurans were exposed to space and essentialy deactivate. But this asurans could be reactivate as Niam. I very doubt that our 304s after asuras was destroyed took fly to destroy (if it is possible) every asuran from the ships that they destroyed. Of course they could be probably destroyed like the human-created replicator, burn in atmosphere but dont you thing it would be difficult? So my point is that despite of asurans were defeated, not all of them are destroyd, and the replicators from destroyed ship must be still able to reactivate.--ScorpiO 06:10, 3 October 2008 (UTC)

Well, I don't know if they destroyed them, but it's possible after the Battle of Asuras they did. Because they were deactivated, they could have just shot them with ARGs.—Anubis 10545 06:37, 3 October 2008 (UTC)
Yeah but we have never seen ARG on 304, and i doubt very much that they sent astronauts with ARG to destroy them. and there is other problem, as far as we know Asurans are imune to ARG no matter what modifications are done. I know this all thing is only minor detail but still it is worth of thinking.--ScorpiO 12:40, 3 October 2008 (UTC)
Asurans are only immune to ARGs because they adapt to the frequency they use. If they couldn't communicate with each other, they couldn't adapt and the weapons would work indefinitely. This was said by Rodney when they tried to take Atlantis ack from the Asurans in Season 3.—Anubis 10545 14:28, 3 October 2008 (UTC)
Agree, but in season 4 (4x11) when Rodney presented his idea of godzilla-sized replic. he also said that asurans became absolutly imune against ARG. If I understand it corectly, they adapted to every frekvency so ARG must be useless. I am sorry but in my opinion it is exactly what Rodney in that episode said--ScorpiO 15:30, 3 October 2008 (UTC)
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