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    I really enjoyed "1969".There was just so much to like about Michael and Jenny,the "Interrogation" scene,the Woodstock references,and everyone seemed to have great fun making the episode .
    The strange thing is, that usually I don't really like "Time Travel" stories, as they usually contain paradoxes,but Cassandra not giving clues or letting SG-1 glimpse the "Future" SGC, neatly sidestepped any problems,IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Selmak
    yeah... it looked like one of those stone things that the Asgard use.
    nah man its a gold thing on her hand with a emerald looking thing , it doesn t looke like the typical all controling asgard stone....

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    Some SPOILERS for later seasons





    Wasn't there a scene where Daniel was pretending to be a German scientist... or something... and they were trying to track down where the stargate was? I believe they were making refferences to the DHD being uncoverred by the Germans, but I didn't think they knew about this yet, at least not untill they found out about Russia getting the stargate from Apophis's ship...

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    Well maybe they did already know the Germans originally had the DHD - Catherine might have known.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aAnubiSs
    It's a cool episode. But I don't like time travel.
    I think the reason you don't like time travel is that it seems to mess up the harmony and sanctity of history and our actions, whatever that means. Bottom line, as O'Neill would like it, time travel complicates the hell out of everything, and people feel uncomfortable with it.

    But I think time travel should always be part of sci-fi. After all, it's theoretically possible according to our present theories.

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    I don't remember that scene in the pic being in the episode... it must have been a publicity shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VirtualCLD
    Some SPOILERS for later seasons





    Wasn't there a scene where Daniel was pretending to be a German scientist... or something... and they were trying to track down where the stargate was? I believe they were making refferences to the DHD being uncoverred by the Germans, but I didn't think they knew about this yet, at least not untill they found out about Russia getting the stargate from Apophis's ship...
    There was a scene where Daniel was pretending to German. He was talking to Katherine about where the Stargate was stored. Sam was with him.

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    Fluffy got to travel to 1969 as well

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    Fluffy is well transversed.

    1969 is very amusing. Young Hammond is rather dashing.

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    Awwwwwwwwwww, Fluffy looks so cute.

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    isnt he?

    He got to sit next to Sam and Jack. Lucky Fluffy.

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    Such a lucky creature. Gets to do way too much!

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    The thing that confuses me about this episode is if the stargate uses so much power and costs the US government so much to run, how the hell do they run it from a car battery?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whitster
    The thing that confuses me about this episode is if the stargate uses so much power and costs the US government so much to run, how the hell do they run it from a car battery?


    lol I do agree. Mind you, I'm guessing it costs a lot of money to run, if it is kept open for a longer period of time because it requires more power. However, over a short period it may not require so much energy.

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    But seriously they created a wormhole from the power of a damn caqr battery.

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    Apparently you can travel through time with the same battery you use to run your car's radio and lights Its not a hole!!!! It makes perfect sense.

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    Actually, I think they used two car batteries, which makes it less nitpick-y.

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    Actually, they didn't use the car bateries per se. They had the engines running, using them as power generators. A car (or truck in this case) recharges the battery while running.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donks
    Actually, they didn't use the car bateries per se. They had the engines running, using them as power generators. A car (or truck in this case) recharges the battery while running.


    Certain? Obviously you know more about cars than I do, but however it was done, wasn't it just luck they had JUST enough power? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anubis
    Certain? Obviously you know more about cars than I do, but however it was done, wasn't it just luck they had JUST enough power? lol
    Well, I'm a guy. I'm required by law to pretend to know everything there is to know about engines, even if I can't change a spark plug to save my life


    Anyways, AFAIK the battery is used to start the engine, after that the combustion keeps it going, and the battery is recharged.

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