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  • jelgate
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    That might be hard to sell because it wasnt real water.

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  • garhkal
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    Originally posted by Coco Pops View Post
    Also when the ACTIVE gate is in the lava why didn't lava come out the other gate it ws dialing?
    Also as we saw in Watergate, when the gate's active water and such doesn't flow through.

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  • Coco Pops
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    Originally posted by jelgate View Post
    Because the shield was raised.
    Ah.... Imagine the fun had there been no shield ..

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  • jelgate
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    Because the shield was raised.

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  • Coco Pops
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    On my third run of Atlantis and passed by this episode in the last week or two. Like this episode...

    I liked the lady scientist in Inferno. So did Rodney, then Shepard but he likes anything female

    Actually on that it's amusing how Rodney hits on her the moment they arrive then the camera pans to everyone to watch how they fidget nervously........ Then Shepard hits on her later.....

    Most amusing line was the lady in question saying how she'd like to work under Rodney and I could not help but laugh the way that line was delivered.

    Also when the ACTIVE gate is in the lava why didn't lava come out the other gate it ws dialing?
    Last edited by Coco Pops; December 4, 2014, 08:20 PM.

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  • Night Maiden
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    Originally posted by StargateMillennium View Post
    In the end, not matter how advanced society becomes, no matter how far we can travel, no matter how big our ships are, mother nature can still squash us like a bug.
    That's what attracts me. It's beyond comprehension. That's what makes it so incredible.

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  • garhkal
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    Yup. Mother nature is the great equalizer!

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  • StargateMillennium
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    Science fiction and natural disasters is an interesting combination. In the end, not matter how advanced society becomes, no matter how far we can travel, no matter how big our ships are, mother nature can still squash us like a bug.

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  • garhkal
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    That's partially why i like them. A glimpse of what may come.

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  • hedwig
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    I'm iffy about natural disaster movies. They're just too likely to happen one of these days. Some day, when Yellowstone erupts, it could have worldwide catastrophic effects.

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  • garhkal
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    Me and you alike. That's why i love disaster flicks..

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  • Night Maiden
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    I like natural disasters. The ash cloud seen from space looked spectacular.

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  • garhkal
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    I wouldn't really call it a quick fix though. He was working on that ship for a few hours at the least!

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  • mrscopterdoc
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    Originally posted by Krisz View Post
    Finding the intact Ancient ship was cool, but again the quick fix by 'super' McKay was a bit far fetched.
    Most quick fix's by 'super' McKay are far fetched

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  • Cluas
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    I actually liked this one. An ancient city, just like Atlantis, how many are there out there?
    The story was a bit predictable, and generic.
    The actor playing Norina, also was in a SG1 episode (Endgame), I can understand Shep's drooling ...

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