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avidffan
January 10th, 2008, 11:19 PM
i see it like this repliweir gets them and converts them into her new collective

but theres always a chance that some will become active through other means :

found and experimented on by someone how loses control
get the new code for contraction but cant explode due to their small mass
breaking away from repliweir and the new collective somehow if they intend to use those cells
and many more ....

just a thought i had tonight

what do you think?

garhkal
January 10th, 2008, 11:26 PM
Well since most of those were shut down (due to the cold) there would be no way for the collective's new paramiter to come to gether would be transfered to them..

Myles
January 11th, 2008, 03:01 AM
Weren't all the nanites that weren't on Wier's Aurora supposed have been destroyed in the explosion?

Jeffala
January 11th, 2008, 10:49 AM
Weren't all the nanites that weren't on Wier's Aurora supposed have been destroyed in the explosion?

That's what I understood from this:


Male: Can you detect any trace replicator cells?

Female:Negative, they've been completely wiped out.

avidffan
January 11th, 2008, 05:50 PM
Weren't all the nanites that weren't on Wier's Aurora supposed have been destroyed in the explosion?

yes but to think that the mass contained all reps cells in the entire galaxy is absurd?

yes i understand the forces at work here
but still they cantve all been pulled into the mass not even a black hole is that strong

as seen in many eps where they can observe one from a distance without falling in so there must be some scattered cells floating around out there somewhere

Jeffala
January 11th, 2008, 07:36 PM
yes but to think that the mass contained all reps cells in the entire galaxy is absurd?

All active, non-"Weir"-aligned replicator ships retreated to Asuras.

All replicator cells on or in orbit of Asuras were drawn into the blob.

The blob was destroyed when the planet imploded.

Therefore, all active, non-"Weir"-aligned replicator cells that were onboard the ships were destroyed.

Any replicators that were abandoned elsewhere (like the one from "Reunion" (http://gateworld.net/atlantis/s4/403.shtml) perhaps, if he wasn't ever retrieved or if he never went home on his own) would not have been affected, just as the replicators on "Weir"'s ship weren't affected because they weren't in proximity to the planet.

Based on their actions, the Atlantis crew believes that all replicator cells were on or around Asuras and have been destroyed.

avidffan
March 7th, 2008, 02:13 PM
All active, non-"Weir"-aligned replicator ships retreated to Asuras.

All replicator cells on or in orbit of Asuras were drawn into the blob.

The blob was destroyed when the planet imploded.

Therefore, all active, non-"Weir"-aligned replicator cells that were onboard the ships were destroyed.

Any replicators that were abandoned elsewhere (like the one from "Reunion" (http://gateworld.net/atlantis/s4/403.shtml) perhaps, if he wasn't ever retrieved or if he never went home on his own) would not have been affected, just as the replicators on "Weir"'s ship weren't affected because they weren't in proximity to the planet.

Based on their actions, the Atlantis crew believes that all replicator cells were on or around Asuras and have been destroyed.

yes thats true
but
im talking about the cells left adrift in space from the ships they hunted down

like this

what if some ship flies thouogh a cloud or mass of them without knowing it
these cells would then become active and they could rebuild the entire society again this time undercover
remeber they only need one cell to replicate more