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On the Stargate Wiki article for wormhole physics, it states: The speed at which one enters a wormhole is the same at which one exits a wormhole. However unstable energy sources can cause travelers to exit at far greater velocities then they enter (Emphaisis mine). During season 1 episode 17: Solitudes, it is mentioned that they've installed frequency ...


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Although it was obviously quite close between them, I believe the answer to the question is that the Stargate website came before the Star Trek Generations website. Although there are lots of pages and references to both sites as being first, I have only been able to find a single reference for either of them that includes a date. From the Star Trek ...


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He takes anti-allergy medication. This was specifically referenced in a (deleted) scene for the episode "Ripple Effect" INT. INTERROGATION ROOM #2 — DAY Green Mitchell is seated across the table from Desert Camo Daniel. A glass of water and a pill dispenser sit in front of Desert Camo Daniel. DESERT CAMO DANIEL: So how do we get back to ...


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Not much of the universe was detailed in the movie so a lot of these changes were as the result of expanding on the universe and changing the way various systems worked, and the others are merely the result of transferring a movie into a suitable format for TV. Along with the obvious change of actors (there were a couple of exceptions, for example Alexis ...


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It's probably Stargate. The registration record for startrek.com lists 1995-02-27 as the creation date and for stargate.com as 1986-08-05. This date corresponds not to the movie stargate, but to the much earlier TV show "The Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers" in which one of the episodes involved finding a "stargate".


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The above responses are correct; the nature of Ra's species was changed for the TV series. A long since defunct RPG established that Ra had simply taken and Asgard as a host, but switched to a human one because it was more compatible. In the context of the film and its novelization, Ra was a dying alien who used an undefined, technologically-induced method ...



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