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20th May '16 6:25:46 AM erforce
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** Getting to the point where this might need its own page. Eli has another in "Life", referencing ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' when he describes the catastrophic effects attempting to dial home as "dogs and cats living together."

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** Getting to the point where this might need its own page. Eli has another in "Life", referencing ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' ''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}'' when he describes the catastrophic effects attempting to dial home as "dogs and cats living together."
10th Apr '16 5:46:02 PM trumpetmarietta
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* AlmostOutOfOxygen: The subject of "Air", specifically the [=CO2=] poisoning variety.

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* AlmostOutOfOxygen: The subject of "Air", specifically the [=CO2=] [=CO=]2 poisoning variety.



* ArcWelding: The Lucian Alliance subplot, which was left unresolved during the final season of ''Stargate Sg-1'' is picked up here.

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* ArcWelding: The Lucian Alliance subplot, which was left unresolved during the final season of ''Stargate Sg-1'' SG-1'' is picked up here.



* ExcessiveSteamSyndrome: For some as of yet unexplained reason, there are [[strike:steam]] [=CO2=] vents on the floor of the gate room of the ''Destiny''. They fire every time the wormhole closes.

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* ExcessiveSteamSyndrome: For some as of yet unexplained reason, there are [[strike:steam]] [=CO2=] [=CO=]2 vents on the floor of the gate room of the ''Destiny''. They fire every time the wormhole closes.
10th Apr '16 5:42:28 PM trumpetmarietta
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* AbortedArc: In universe, Destiny itself is an aborted arc. The Ancients built it as part of a project [[spoiler:to investigate a signal seemingly built in to the universe itself]] that they abandoned once they achieved Ascension.

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* AbortedArc: In universe, Destiny ''Destiny'' itself is an aborted arc. The Ancients built it as part of a project [[spoiler:to investigate a signal seemingly built in to the universe itself]] that they abandoned once they achieved Ascension.



** One point clarified in the webisodes is that the volunteers who trade bodies with Destiny's crewmembers sign consent forms allowing "personal" use of their bodies. Without this knowledge, there's been a fair bit of [=Fridge Logic=] Squick from fans who wonder about what these people would think.

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** One point clarified in the webisodes is that the volunteers who trade bodies with Destiny's ''Destiny'''s crewmembers sign consent forms allowing "personal" use of their bodies. Without this knowledge, there's been a fair bit of [=Fridge Logic=] Squick from fans who wonder about what these people would think.



* ApocalypticLog: Eli is smart enough to realize that he should put one together, since they could all die at any moment. His comrades think this is silly, but it saves all their asses in "Time" and proves Young innocent in "Justice". And in "Common Descent", [[spoiler: his Kino logs end up as a sort of big book of how to's for a civilization founded by the Destiny's crew 2000 years ago.]]

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* ApocalypticLog: Eli is smart enough to realize that he should put one together, since they could all die at any moment. His comrades think this is silly, but it saves all their asses in "Time" and proves Young innocent in "Justice". And in "Common Descent", [[spoiler: his Kino logs end up as a sort of big book of how to's for a civilization founded by the Destiny's ''Destiny'''s crew 2000 years ago.]]



** Nope. He was uploaded to Destiny's computer.

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** Nope. He was uploaded to Destiny's ''Destiny'''s computer.



** Subverted in the following episode, "Epilogue". Despite having lost ''Destiny'' and being forced to start over from scratch on a brand new world, the alternate Destiny crew are shown to have lived far richer, happier lives. What's more, their descendants went on to build a great Ancient-esque civilisation based the strong work ethic, curiosity and optimism of the characters. Except for that whole Cold War period they went through, but luckily extinction proved a bigger motivator than their petty differences.

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** Subverted in the following episode, "Epilogue". Despite having lost ''Destiny'' and being forced to start over from scratch on a brand new world, the alternate Destiny ''Destiny'' crew are shown to have lived far richer, happier lives. What's more, their descendants went on to build a great Ancient-esque civilisation based the strong work ethic, curiosity and optimism of the characters. Except for that whole Cold War period they went through, but luckily extinction proved a bigger motivator than their petty differences.



* BecauseDestinySaysSo: The characters find themselves dependent on ''Destiny'''s needs for their own survival (like material to get the air filters working), but ''Destiny'' conveniently brings them to planets where they can gather the necessary materials. Some characters early on decide to [[ScrewDestiny Screw]] ''[[ScrewDestiny Destiny]]'' and abandon ship, but most of the crew members view the ship's presence at a location as proof enough that it is worth exploring.

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* BecauseDestinySaysSo: The characters find themselves dependent on ''Destiny'''s ''Destiny''[='=]s needs for their own survival (like material to get the air filters working), but ''Destiny'' conveniently brings them to planets where they can gather the necessary materials. Some characters early on decide to [[ScrewDestiny Screw]] ''[[ScrewDestiny Destiny]]'' and abandon ship, but most of the crew members view the ship's presence at a location as proof enough that it is worth exploring.



** Eli's t-shirt. In "Lost" they get stranded in an underground labyrinth, and Eli laments the race that built it didn't think of making a map with a big red dot marking your location, like they have at malls. He opens his jacket and points at his t-shirt, which has the same red dot and text;

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** Eli's t-shirt.T-shirt. In "Lost" they get stranded in an underground labyrinth, and Eli laments the race that built it didn't think of making a map with a big red dot marking your location, like they have at malls. He opens his jacket and points at his t-shirt, which has the same red dot and text;



** Later shown, even [[InsufferableGenius Rush]] has to admit that Eli being able to pilot Destiny through a Blue-Supergiant is something even ''he'' didn't think was possible to do.

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** Later shown, even [[InsufferableGenius Rush]] has to admit that Eli being able to pilot Destiny ''Destiny'' through a Blue-Supergiant is something even ''he'' didn't think was possible to do.



** Though see the AllInTheManual entry above - the volunteers who switch with Destiny crewmembers apparently sign a consent form allowing this use of their bodies, and requiring that they don't do anything that could "negatively impact relations on the ship." These volunteers assume "personal" use of their bodies, but the Destiny crewmembers typically assume that won't happen with theirs (though it isn't explicitly disallowed).

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** Though see the AllInTheManual entry above - the volunteers who switch with Destiny ''Destiny'' crewmembers apparently sign a consent form allowing this use of their bodies, and requiring that they don't do anything that could "negatively impact relations on the ship." These volunteers assume "personal" use of their bodies, but the Destiny ''Destiny'' crewmembers typically assume that won't happen with theirs (though it isn't explicitly disallowed).



* Expy: Jason and Ellie in "Common Descent" seem to be this to Eli and Chloe. [[spoiler: Justifiable as they're descendants of the "Twin Destiny" crew]].

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* Expy: Jason and Ellie in "Common Descent" seem to be this to Eli and Chloe. [[spoiler: Justifiable as they're descendants of the "Twin Destiny" ''Destiny''" crew]].



** [[spoiler: The final fate of Eli Wallace, if you interpret his final interaction with Rush and Young to be an acknowledgement that he was lying to everyone about being able to fix the last stasis pod, because he wished all of his friends to survive. This certainly would cast light on [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYnCuXQF6nQ the look of peaceful resignation he displays during his last scene, staring out of Destiny's viewing deck at the stars]].]]

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** [[spoiler: The final fate of Eli Wallace, if you interpret his final interaction with Rush and Young to be an acknowledgement that he was lying to everyone about being able to fix the last stasis pod, because he wished all of his friends to survive. This certainly would cast light on [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYnCuXQF6nQ the look of peaceful resignation he displays during his last scene, staring out of Destiny's ''Destiny'''s viewing deck at the stars]].]]



** Of course, we later find out that it's a hallucination created by Destiny after scanning his mind in "Human", meaning Rush was essentially arguing with the ship in that scene. Which is only slightly ''less'' insane on the face of it.

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** Of course, we later find out that it's a hallucination created by Destiny ''Destiny'' after scanning his mind in "Human", meaning Rush was essentially arguing with the ship in that scene. Which is only slightly ''less'' insane on the face of it.



* JitterCam: While ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|2003}}'' probably was an influence, the producers have mentioned shows like ''{{Series/Firefly}}'' and even ''Series/TheShield'' when discussing this element. They even had ''The Shield'''s director of photography working on the pilot to help them establish it. There's one bit where Eli manages to find a remote-controlled hovering camera, and he looks into the lens in [[TheOffice much the same way Jim does]]. The later episodes seem to tone down the use of the jitter save for instances where they're trying to establish a certain feel such as when the crew does [=EVAs=] on the hull of the Destiny.

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* JitterCam: While ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|2003}}'' probably was an influence, the producers have mentioned shows like ''{{Series/Firefly}}'' and even ''Series/TheShield'' when discussing this element. They even had ''The Shield'''s director of photography working on the pilot to help them establish it. There's one bit where Eli manages to find a remote-controlled hovering camera, and he looks into the lens in [[TheOffice much the same way Jim does]]. The later episodes seem to tone down the use of the jitter save for instances where they're trying to establish a certain feel such as when the crew does [=EVAs=] on the hull of the Destiny.''Destiny''.



* {{Nerf}}: The Destiny Stargates. Semi-justified in that they're millions of years old and were the first prototypes, so they lack both the range and many of the failsafes the later Stargates posessed.
** A single Drone Ship is able to blow a hole through one of the Gates that snaps part of it like a twig... compared to the later Gates that could withstand naquadah-enhanced nuclear weapons, proximity to blackholes, direct meteor-impacts, and being thrown into Stars. The Destiny Stargates seem to be remarkably fragile, though this could be justified as well. Destiny Stargates are designed for portability and ease of assembly & placement, rather than durability under extreme circumstances - essentially the difference between a prefabricated shed and a sturdy frame house with a solid foundation.

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* {{Nerf}}: The Destiny ''Destiny'' Stargates. Semi-justified in that they're millions of years old and were the first prototypes, so they lack both the range and many of the failsafes the later Stargates posessed.
** A single Drone Ship is able to blow a hole through one of the Gates that snaps part of it like a twig... compared to the later Gates that could withstand naquadah-enhanced nuclear weapons, proximity to blackholes, direct meteor-impacts, and being thrown into Stars. The Destiny ''Destiny'' Stargates seem to be remarkably fragile, though this could be justified as well. Destiny ''Destiny'' Stargates are designed for portability and ease of assembly & placement, rather than durability under extreme circumstances - essentially the difference between a prefabricated shed and a sturdy frame house with a solid foundation.



** Also averted in the UnwinnableTrainingSimulation in "Trial and Error": the aliens just surrounded Destiny and started shooting it
** Mostly averted in "Resurgence": Destiny doesn't really maneuver around (it's kind of pointless since they are a huge target and the drones are fast and have pretty fast projectiles) and the drones are only flying circles around it (and get shot frequently, but there are lots of them).

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** Also averted in the UnwinnableTrainingSimulation in "Trial and Error": the aliens just surrounded Destiny ''Destiny'' and started shooting it
** Mostly averted in "Resurgence": Destiny ''Destiny'' doesn't really maneuver around (it's kind of pointless since they are a huge target and the drones are fast and have pretty fast projectiles) and the drones are only flying circles around it (and get shot frequently, but there are lots of them).



** [[{{Jerkass}} Telford]] gets one of these every once in a while - he's not exactly a pleasant person, but it's still clear that he cares about the Destiny's crew every bit as much as Young does, just in a different way.

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** [[{{Jerkass}} Telford]] gets one of these every once in a while - he's not exactly a pleasant person, but it's still clear that he cares about the Destiny's ''Destiny'''s crew every bit as much as Young does, just in a different way.



** In ''Seizure'', after experiencing the Destiny simulation, which allows for true-to-life physical interaction, Rush notes that maybe he should let Eli use the program so he can ''physically interact'' with Ginn, who like Amanda Perry, is likewise trapped inside the computer.

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** In ''Seizure'', after experiencing the Destiny ''Destiny'' simulation, which allows for true-to-life physical interaction, Rush notes that maybe he should let Eli use the program so he can ''physically interact'' with Ginn, who like Amanda Perry, is likewise trapped inside the computer.



* PromotionToOpeningTitles: Telford gets this in the back end of season 2 thanks to [[spoiler: being a BigDamnHero and thus getting stuck on Destiny with the rest.]]

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* PromotionToOpeningTitles: Telford gets this in the back end of season 2 thanks to [[spoiler: being a BigDamnHero and thus getting stuck on Destiny ''Destiny'' with the rest.]]



** Eli. Especially when you consider that he was able to figure out the Ninth Chevron to get to Destiny, his alternate self was practically the father of civilisation on Novus, writing thousands of textbooks on various subjects and taught all of their descendants, and the mission of Destiny is to find ''evidence of God''.
** Furthermore, [[spoiler: one of the suggestions for how Eli might have gotten out of the situation at the end of "Gauntlet" was to [[BrainUploading upload himself]] into the ship, essentially making him a new avatar for Destiny. We already saw Amanda Perry was smart enough to figure out some of the ship's controls and effect the ship whilst she was in the main database, meaning that someone like Eli could eventually ''become'' the ship itself]]!

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** Eli. Especially when you consider that he was able to figure out the Ninth Chevron to get to Destiny, ''Destiny'', his alternate self was practically the father of civilisation on Novus, writing thousands of textbooks on various subjects and taught all of their descendants, and the mission of Destiny ''Destiny'' is to find ''evidence of God''.
** Furthermore, [[spoiler: one of the suggestions for how Eli might have gotten out of the situation at the end of "Gauntlet" was to [[BrainUploading upload himself]] into the ship, essentially making him a new avatar for Destiny.''Destiny''. We already saw Amanda Perry was smart enough to figure out some of the ship's controls and effect the ship whilst she was in the main database, meaning that someone like Eli could eventually ''become'' the ship itself]]!



** The finale: [[spoiler: With grim prospects for Destiny's survival in the current galaxy, the crew plan a continuous, three-year, FTL jump into the adjacent one Destiny had intended to visit next. With only a month's worth of supplies, and rather than waiting out the journey, the crew instead man the ship's stasis pods, effectively putting the whole show on a bus.]]

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** The finale: [[spoiler: With grim prospects for Destiny's ''Destiny'''s survival in the current galaxy, the crew plan a continuous, three-year, FTL jump into the adjacent one Destiny ''Destiny'' had intended to visit next. With only a month's worth of supplies, and rather than waiting out the journey, the crew instead man the ship's stasis pods, effectively putting the whole show on a bus.]]



** Averted with the [[spoiler:drones in the S2 mid-season finale]]. Destiny flies through a star in order to buy time for repairs since they'll have to circumnavigate the star.
*** Averted again with the drone ships later. The ships start position themselves at stars [[spoiler: which destiny needs to refuel]] and planets, which the crew need for supplies. When Telford states that the drones can't possibly be at every star/planet, it's pointed out they only have to be at the next one.

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** Averted with the [[spoiler:drones in the S2 mid-season finale]]. Destiny ''Destiny'' flies through a star in order to buy time for repairs since they'll have to circumnavigate the star.
*** Averted again with the drone ships later. The ships start position themselves at stars [[spoiler: which destiny ''Destiny'' needs to refuel]] and planets, which the crew need for supplies. When Telford states that the drones can't possibly be at every star/planet, it's pointed out they only have to be at the next one.



** Not averted in "Common Descent" however, where when Destiny cuts power to the sublight engines while they're trying to keep their distance from a threat, the ship is stated to have "slowed down"

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** Not averted in "Common Descent" however, where when Destiny ''Destiny'' cuts power to the sublight engines while they're trying to keep their distance from a threat, the ship is stated to have "slowed down"



* SpaceshipSlingshotStunt: One of Destiny's shuttle attempts the maneuver around a planet to catch up to Destiny itself.

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* SpaceshipSlingshotStunt: One of Destiny's ''Destiny'''s shuttle attempts the maneuver around a planet to catch up to Destiny ''Destiny'' itself.



*** Then even zanier in "Common Descent": [[spoiler:the crew of the other destiny didn't die, they reappeared about 2000 years in the past and started a prospering civilization.]]

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*** Then even zanier in "Common Descent": [[spoiler:the crew of the other destiny ''Destiny'' didn't die, they reappeared about 2000 years in the past and started a prospering civilization.]]



** The two scientists from "Air Part 3" who create a work-around so they can dial a Stargate that Destiny intentionally locked out. Later attempts to contact them only produce static.

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** The two scientists from "Air Part 3" who create a work-around so they can dial a Stargate that Destiny ''Destiny'' intentionally locked out. Later attempts to contact them only produce static.



** Also simultaneously played straight and subverted by the countdown clocks. Large wall-mounted displays visible in every room/corridor/shuttle aboard Destiny counting down to the next FTL jump. They're large and obvious enough that they're clearly there for the viewers to see but all the characters are in Ancient. So unless you can read Ancient (or take the time to learn the pretty basic symbols for the numbers 0-9) they're effectively unreadable.

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** Also simultaneously played straight and subverted by the countdown clocks. Large wall-mounted displays visible in every room/corridor/shuttle aboard Destiny ''Destiny'' counting down to the next FTL jump. They're large and obvious enough that they're clearly there for the viewers to see but all the characters are in Ancient. So unless you can read Ancient (or take the time to learn the pretty basic symbols for the numbers 0-9) they're effectively unreadable.



** You also know that when they tell you "No Escape", [[spoiler: having traversed into another Galaxy to chase Destiny,]] they definitely mean it.
* WhamEpisode: SG:U seems to be particularily fond of these. Best example though might be 2x07 "The Greater Good". [[spoiler: We learn Destiny's true mission, the rest of the crew finds the bridge, and Rush and Young appear to have hashed things out... and the ending? Lucian Alliance baddie Simeon has slipped his guard and looks about to [[IncrediblyLamePun kill two birds with one stone.]]]] [[spoiler: He does.]] And then, right after that one, we have [[TearJerker "Malice"...]]

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** You also know that when they tell you "No Escape", [[spoiler: having traversed into another Galaxy to chase Destiny,]] ''Destiny'',]] they definitely mean it.
* WhamEpisode: SG:U seems to be particularily fond of these. Best example though might be 2x07 "The Greater Good". [[spoiler: We learn Destiny's ''Destiny'''s true mission, the rest of the crew finds the bridge, and Rush and Young appear to have hashed things out... and the ending? Lucian Alliance baddie Simeon has slipped his guard and looks about to [[IncrediblyLamePun kill two birds with one stone.]]]] [[spoiler: He does.]] And then, right after that one, we have [[TearJerker "Malice"...]]



** Because the planets that could power a trans galactic Stargate where created by the Ancients on the other side of the Universe. Add in the fact they cannot use the Suns to power a trans galactic Stargate without destroying the Destiny. Then yeah, the crew literally cannot go home again because there is no way for them to do so. Add in the fact that Destiny is focused on its originally mission that has taken hundreds of thousands of years, its also likely the Ship would simply refuse to go back until it completed its mission. No matter how long it takes.

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** Because the planets that could power a trans galactic Stargate where created by the Ancients on the other side of the Universe. Add in the fact they cannot use the Suns to power a trans galactic Stargate without destroying the Destiny.''Destiny''. Then yeah, the crew literally cannot go home again because there is no way for them to do so. Add in the fact that Destiny ''Destiny'' is focused on its originally mission that has taken hundreds of thousands of years, its also likely the Ship would simply refuse to go back until it completed its mission. No matter how long it takes.
31st Jan '16 10:55:41 AM DarkPhoenix94
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The - thus far as of 2015 - final installment of the ''Franchise/{{Stargate|Verse}}'' franchise that began in 2009 and ended in 2011.

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The - thus far as of 2015 2016 - final installment of the ''Franchise/{{Stargate|Verse}}'' franchise that began in 2009 and ended in 2011.



The show was canceled midway through its second season. [[KickTheDog The cast and crew only learned of the cancellation via Twitter.]] There was some speculation that the reason for the show's failure was a retaliatory campaign conducted by [[FanDumb angry fans]] of ''Series/StargateAtlantis'', due to the removal of the [[TheHeart Heart]] character of that show, Dr. Carson Beckett. SGU had a couple of fairly big name actors (Robert Carlyle, known for his role in the film ''Trainspotting,'' and Ming-Na Wen, a Chinese actress with numerous cinematic credits, who was probably best known for her role as Chun Li in the live action ''Street Fighter'' movie and ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'').

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The show was canceled midway through its second season. [[KickTheDog The cast and crew only learned of the cancellation via Twitter.]] There was some speculation that the reason for the show's failure was a retaliatory campaign conducted by [[FanDumb angry fans]] of ''Series/StargateAtlantis'', due to the removal of the [[TheHeart Heart]] character of that show, Dr. Carson Beckett. SGU had a couple of fairly big name actors (Robert Carlyle, known for his role in the film ''Trainspotting,'' and Ming-Na Wen, a Chinese actress with numerous cinematic credits, who was probably best known for her role as Chun Li in the live action ''Street Fighter'' movie and Agent May in ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'').
28th Jan '16 1:14:33 AM jormis29
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** To be fair they got one of the top experts in ancient technology and another expert of warp drives to try and fix the ship. However unlike [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/StargateAtlantis the other show Rodney couldn't just fix the Ancient Ship in one episode.]] Also while Doctor Perry was able to make improvements she couldn't simply reverse engineer or take control of the engines. The technology was too complex and unknown. Going with the original mandate of the show of [[RealityEnsues realistic problems and no easy solutions.]]

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** To be fair they got one of the top experts in ancient technology and another expert of warp drives to try and fix the ship. However unlike [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/StargateAtlantis [[Series/StargateAtlantis the other show Rodney couldn't just fix the Ancient Ship in one episode.]] Also while Doctor Perry was able to make improvements she couldn't simply reverse engineer or take control of the engines. The technology was too complex and unknown. Going with the original mandate of the show of [[RealityEnsues realistic problems and no easy solutions.]]
27th Jan '16 8:00:10 PM Tuvok
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** Because the planets that could power a trans galactic Stargate where created by the Ancients on the other side of the Universe. Add in the fact they cannot use the Suns to power a trans galactic Stargate without destroying the Destiny. Then yeah, the crew literally cannot go home again because there is no way for them to do so. Add in the fact that Destiny is focused on its originally mission that has taken hundreds of thousands of years, its also likely the Ship would simply refuse to go back until it completed its mission. No matter how long it takes.
27th Jan '16 7:41:11 PM Tuvok
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** To be fair they got one of the top experts in ancient technology and warp drives to try and fix the ship. However unlike [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/StargateAtlantis the other show Rodney couldn't just fix the Ancient Ship in one episode.]] The technology was too complex and unknown. Going with the original mandate of the show of [[RealityEnsues the show of realistic problems and no easy solutions.]]

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** To be fair they got one of the top experts in ancient technology and another expert of warp drives to try and fix the ship. ship. However unlike [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/StargateAtlantis the other show Rodney couldn't just fix the Ancient Ship in one episode.]] ]] Also while Doctor Perry was able to make improvements she couldn't simply reverse engineer or take control of the engines. The technology was too complex and unknown. unknown. Going with the original mandate of the show of [[RealityEnsues the show of realistic problems and no easy solutions.]]
27th Jan '16 7:37:35 PM Tuvok
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** To be fair they got one of the top experts in ancient technology and warp drives to try and fix the ship. However unlike [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/StargateAtlantis the other show Rodney couldn't just fix the Ancient Ship in one episode.]] The technology was too complex and unknown. Going with the original mandate of the show of [[RealityEnsues the show of realistic problems and no easy solutions.

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** To be fair they got one of the top experts in ancient technology and warp drives to try and fix the ship. However unlike [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/StargateAtlantis the other show Rodney couldn't just fix the Ancient Ship in one episode.]] ]] The technology was too complex and unknown. unknown. Going with the original mandate of the show of [[RealityEnsues [[RealityEnsues the show of realistic problems and no easy solutions.]]
27th Jan '16 7:35:49 PM Tuvok
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** To be fair they got one of the top experts in ancient technology and warp drives to try and fix the ship. However unlike [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Series/StargateAtlantis the other show Rodney couldn't just fix the Ancient Ship in one episode.]] The technology was too complex and unknown. Going with the original mandate of the show of [[RealityEnsues the show of realistic problems and no easy solutions.
27th Jan '16 7:21:48 PM Tuvok
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** Too bad the entire civilisation was later destroyed by an errant black hole passing through their system, forcing them to leave the planet. Where they are most likely going to be eradicated by the Berserker Drones, as already happened to the "[[InSeriesNickname Pittsburgh]]" colony.
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