Yes: Satan (Christianity) and Nirrti (Hinduism)
In season 3 episode Demons they encounter a medieval Catholic society.
Carter: The UAV photos were right, there it is. Looks like a church.
O'Neill: And that would mean what?
Teal'c: That it is most likely Christians reside here, O'Neill. [...]
Daniel: Which means they probably had to have ...
The primary issue would certainly have been that the budget for the show would not have been sufficient to have Russell involved.
Plus, even if the money could have been found, Russell would have to have been willing to do TV, move to Vancouver... and take considerable time out from his movie work.
Seems likely he wouldn't have taken it if he was offered ...
Yes & No
For a very good In Universe reason.... most of those religions weren't (AFAIK) established until after the Goa'uld had left Earth in 3000BC.
The episode Mobius established that SG1 helped oust the Goa'uld from Earth by travelling in time to 3000BC using a Puddle Jumper.
In addition, the religions described (he says carefully) would not fit ...
Is it official or fan-made?
This map is definitely fan-made. It doesn't appear in any episodes or tie-in media. Using a reverse image search, I could only find this image on Reddit and imgur, not an official or licensed Stargate site.
Is it accurate, despite being fan-made?
I was a little skeptical going into this because the shows never said where most ...
For some time, Teal'c had been disillusioned by Apophis and the Goa'uld way of life. He knows what he's being asked to do is not right, but has to stay his tongue and actions at the risk of death for him and his family. When SG-1 arrives, Teal'c believes they might be able to do something to help him (dialog from the end of S01E01):
O'NEILL (to Teal'c) I ...
Yes, several made appearances on the show:
Hindu goddesses Nirrti and Kali
Shinto goddess Amaterasu
Olokun, a figure in the religion of the Yoruba
There are also numerous Hindu deities mentioned in canon, including Shiva, Indra, and Vritra.
Our program is nowhere near as sophisticated as the one that exists in the DHDs. It's completely jerry-rigged.
—Samantha Carter, "Avenger 2.0"
First off, the pilot Children of the Gods establishes that the DHD was missing from the Giza site, so Earth had to create their own. It wasn't until one was found with the Antarctic gate in "Solitudes" that ...
I was able to find this article. It's quite a big one and I think it has answers to your question.
A summary of what has changed:
Carter's introduction is smoother. The line about reproductive organs is gone.
Closer relationship between Kawalsky and O'Neill. The question about Jack's kid was removed.
Apophis' harem scene is gone. And Sha're is abducted ...
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 ...
It was never directly addressed, but evidence throughout the series explains the logic reason.
First, some quick background. The First season of SG1 is set a year after the movie. The Stargate program was shut down after O'Neill supposedly nuked Abydos. A year later, Apophis retaliates for Ra's death by sending Jaffa through the gate to Earth, setting the ...
The remote access code is provided through a device which one of the Stargate team members wears on their arm. After the wormhole is established, the team member punches in the access code, it is transmitted back through the wormhole, the SGC picks up the signal, verifies it's a valid code and which team it belongs to, then they open the iris on the gate. ...
The short answer?
The DHD was a device made by the people who made the gates, to be used with the gates. Earth's dialing computer was not.
Here is another way of thinking about it. The gate, is like a television. The DHD is the remote control made for it by the manufacturer. Earth's dialing computer... is what a bunch of monkeys would come up with, if ...
The Long answer:
The DHD is a crystal based computer and power supply for the Stargate. It Was created by the Ancients whom had the full technical specifications of the stargate. It uses crystal based technology, and wireless communication to the gate. It has over 200 safety and feedback protocols used to ensure a safe transit through a wormhole, including ...
There was a similar question posted on Science Fiction & Fantasy. Please note that there might be some spoilers in the question and/or the answer.
The answers suggest that there can be two possibilities:
The dialing in itself may carry some additional information - in this case the SG team codes.
It's an error in editing of the episodes.