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Why would he open all the airlocks before blasting open the main airlock out into space?  Sure he wanted to kill himself fine but why would he risk the rest of his civilization by doing such a dangerous move?  The firing of the shuttle engines altered the orbit of the moon and if the Atlantis team was not there then it would have re-entered and either burned up or crashed killing everyone else.
 
Why would he open all the airlocks before blasting open the main airlock out into space?  Sure he wanted to kill himself fine but why would he risk the rest of his civilization by doing such a dangerous move?  The firing of the shuttle engines altered the orbit of the moon and if the Atlantis team was not there then it would have re-entered and either burned up or crashed killing everyone else.
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His wife was dead and he was a little crazy. He wanted to kill himself and take the Atlantis team with him because they "revived" him and thus he learned that him wife wasn't saved. He didn't care about his people just about his wife.[[User:Portalier|Portalier]] <sup>([[User talk:Portalier|talk]]) ([[Special:Contributions/Portalier|Contribs]])</sup> 05:39, July 2, 2013 (UTC)

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I'm watching "The Ark" this morning and have just seen the bit where Herick sat at the controls of the shuttle. It seemed to me that the alleged Snickers bar on the control panel was merely a prop that resembled a Snickers wrapper. Can anybody with the DVD check this out? PKT (talk) (Contribs) 13:25, June 9, 2011 (UTC)

No, it is a Snickers bar wrapper, a bottle of water, and a package of some sort. Perhaps a packet of Oreos, if you ask me.
SnickersGoof

RDAisGod (talk) (Contribs) 01:58, September 12, 2011 (UTC)

Most likely it's an oreo package but just to be safe in the gooofs section I wrote 'an package of some sort'

Portalier (talk) (Contribs) 14:33, September 10, 2012 (UTC)

Herick's suicide

Why would he open all the airlocks before blasting open the main airlock out into space?  Sure he wanted to kill himself fine but why would he risk the rest of his civilization by doing such a dangerous move?  The firing of the shuttle engines altered the orbit of the moon and if the Atlantis team was not there then it would have re-entered and either burned up or crashed killing everyone else.

His wife was dead and he was a little crazy. He wanted to kill himself and take the Atlantis team with him because they "revived" him and thus he learned that him wife wasn't saved. He didn't care about his people just about his wife.Portalier (talk) (Contribs) 05:39, July 2, 2013 (UTC)

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