Anyone think that Stargate presents a pretty ironic world view..
On the one hand the show is pretty scathing about organised religion. Nearly all examples of it are derided in the show. They also indicate that if you don't ascend you just stop existing (i.e. there is no heaven for all those that don't ascend) ... everything can be explained away with science.
On the other hand we have the idea that humans arrived on Earth millions of years ago and then RESEEDED the earth with life after a "plague" killed it all.
So what about the fossil record that shows life existed way before their arrival and the genetic markers we have in common with species that are phenotypically identical to those living species? Are we to ignore this? Did the ancients place all these fossils everywhere to confuse future inhabitants? Whatever explanation you follow.. given the events of Stargate so far the suggestion is that at the very least all living things on earth DIDn't evolve from life that might of existed 60 million years ago.
But this is essentially creationism? Which most fanatical christians subsribe to without the intellect neccesary to understand how the evidence we have in the real world show unequiocally that life evolved from the simplest strands of self replicating DNA into the currnet level of complexity we see.