Watching Season Ones episode 'Tin Man', you may notice that the character who transferred the consciousness of our beloved SG-1, Harlan, says that he has been in his current form for the last 11 thousand years.
This got me intriqued about the origins of his people, as I realised that the Ancients leaving for the Pegasus Galaxy left 10 thousands years ago, and that humans from Earth were only taken by Ra an friends about 5 thousand years ago.
Being the first season and only a passing comment, I guessed the writers overlooked this.
But maybe not. You may also notice that the writing on the computer screen, and the symbols dotted around the complex on the planet are reminiscent of, or even just fancier versions of, the Ancient alphabet.
So, did the writers have this in mind from the beginning? Why didn't Daniel or anyone else comment on how Harlan got to be on his planet, and look/be human (granted, he was a robot, but was a copy of a real person) if, at this point they believed at least, that human form evolved on Earth, and was transplanted around the galaxy by Ra and the other Goa'uld, as the timing is wrong...?
And even if they did not pick up on the dates being wrong for their current theory at the time of all humans being transplanted from Earth, how could they have advanced from being primitives in the Egyptian desert to being able to create robotic duplicates?
Also, how could it be that the Goa'uld wiped out them, as I think Teal'c proposed, when there were still Ancients around the place and the Goa'uld were in Unas still?
Any comments, thoughts, ideas etc yadda et al?