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electronlove
July 16th, 2004, 07:42 PM
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.Are the aliens in the pegaus galaxy de-evolved versions of the ancients just like humans are de-evolved versions? Do we find out if the aliens have the gene as well???

Mio
July 16th, 2004, 07:43 PM
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.Are the aliens in the pegaus galaxy de-evolved versions of the ancients just like humans are de-evolved versions? Do we find out if the aliens have the gene as well???
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Who knows? They could be ancients....who said they had to be devolved?

Avalar
July 16th, 2004, 07:43 PM
Good question. Teyla has that lighter-thingamajigger which seemed to have a level of advancement in it beyond their seemingly tribal society.

I think after the main body of Ancients was wiped out by the virus, the humans in the colonies did not have the knowledge to retain the level of technology that they had.

Manic
July 16th, 2004, 07:50 PM
Teyla did call Atlantis the city of the ancestors, not the ancients. The humans of the Pegasus Galaxy are probably the last surviving ancients, or an off-shoot species created after millions of years.

Erik Pasternak
July 16th, 2004, 08:14 PM
Based on what the hologram said, I got the idea that the Ancients seeded the planets of Pegasus and sparked the evolution process on those planets.

Persephone
July 16th, 2004, 08:21 PM
I think rocket's theory sounds feasible.

Myself, I think Teyla's people themselves are very interesting. They first seem to strike you as very simple, less-advanced people-- I was totally expecting a society like many of the ones under Goa'uld domination-- ignorant, uneducated, and sometimes a teensy bit pathetic. However, I have a feeling they no a lot more than an outsider would give them credit for, but undoubtedly learning to live with the Wraith threat has pushed them towards a more nomadic-type society, which doesn't leave as much leisure for advancement as we've had on Earth.