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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why didn't they use a brute force method to activate the Stargate?
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comment Why do you need 6 points to define a location in 3 dimensional space?
@ChristianRau the origin is a single symbol, the other 6 symbols make up the destination.
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comment Why do you need 6 points to define a location in 3 dimensional space?
@puk it has to be 6. If you have 4, then you are simply dealing with a 2 dimensional plane, but the location of a stargate is three dimensional, hence you need the 6.
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comment Why do you need 6 points to define a location in 3 dimensional space?
yes, but those points constitute stars. if you had a clear centre of the universe, then a 3 point axis would work. But if you haven't, and instead you are using other known objects to determine your axis, then you need those 6 points.