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3rd Feb '17 11:01:14 PM Doug86
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[[WMG: ''FallingSkies'' is an alternate universe in ''[[Series/StargateSG1 Stargate]]'']]

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[[WMG: ''FallingSkies'' ''Series/FallingSkies'' is an alternate universe in ''[[Series/StargateSG1 Stargate]]'']]
4th Dec '16 8:37:08 PM IncomingAlbatross
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As a plus, this also explains why so many worlds have trees on them. [[HiddenInPlainSight There are actually Furling settlements everywhere.]]

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As a plus, this also explains why so many worlds have trees on them. [[HiddenInPlainSight There are actually Furling settlements ''[[HiddenInPlainSight everywhere.]]]]''
4th Dec '16 8:30:43 PM IncomingAlbatross
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As a plus, this also explains why so many worlds have trees on them. There are actually Furling settlements [[HiddenInPlainSight EVERYWHERE.]]

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As a plus, this also explains why so many worlds have trees on them. [[HiddenInPlainSight There are actually Furling settlements [[HiddenInPlainSight EVERYWHERE.everywhere.]]
4th Dec '16 8:29:07 PM IncomingAlbatross
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4th Dec '16 8:28:10 PM IncomingAlbatross
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* Actually, genetic memory DOES exist in our world...the Goa'uld've simply fount a way to break it and make it ridiculous.

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* Actually, genetic memory DOES exist in our world...the Goa'uld've simply fount found a way to break it and make it ridiculous.



It would be timewasting to estabilish a common dialogue so the Ori secretly sent a means of teaching English.

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It would be timewasting to estabilish establish a common dialogue so the Ori secretly sent a means of teaching English.


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[[WMG:The Furlings are tree-people]]
If you look at what we know of the Four Races, you'll find certain similarities to Tolkien's races, especially as they were in the Third Age:
* The Ancients are Men, of course. (Probably Numenoreans, if you want to get specific.)
* The Nox writing system looks very Elvish. They're also close to nature, long-lived, and have a policy of keeping to themselves and avoiding the more warlike races.
* The Asgard are associated with Norse culture, have a runic alphabet similar to Dwarvish, are culturally focused on making and building things, and are more willing to associate with us lowly mortals than any of the other races.
So if you look at the four intelligent races who first inhabited Middle-Earth, what's not visibly represented in the Stargate universe?
Ents.
As a plus, this also explains why so many worlds have trees on them. There are actually Furling settlements [[HiddenInPlainSight EVERYWHERE.]]
28th Oct '16 6:13:47 AM ijffdrie
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[[WMG: The second stargate fell out of use after Raiden became the last remaining lord of Earth]]
This WMG uses things from the RPG books as canon. One of the major questions of the Stargate franchise has been the question of why exactly the goa'uld stopped using the second gate. Based on the fact that we see more post-rebellion cultures throughout the universe than pre-rebellion ones, usage of the second gate must have been very common at one point. Even ignoring the RPG books, we know of several post-rebellion canonical goa'uld domains on Earth. So when did they all leave? And why?

For the when part, lets look at what was chronologically the last known goa'uld activity on Earth prior to the series. Barring the seth cults, there are two possible events that could have been the last. First, there was Sokar, who posed as Satan at some point during the middle ages. Given how widely spread the abrahamic religions were, Sokar's domain could have been quite grand at the time. The other possibility for a last event is during the mongolian invasion of Japan in 1288, when the goa'uld Raiden stopped the invaders and banished them to the planet from ''Emancipation''.

Okay, that's the backstory out of the way. Now for the the WMG and 'why' parts. Let us presume for a moment that there was a third major goa'uld domain on Earth at the time: That of Tengri, the chief god of the Mongolian hordes. Tengri sought to establish himself as the supreme ruler of the Earth. He'd already attacked India and driven out the remaining hindu gods. During the 1240s (fitting with the real-life Mongol invasion of Europe) he turned his eyes on Sokar's domain, attacking him and driving him off-world. He then turned his eyes east, attacking the domain of Raiden during the 1280s (the real-life Mongol invasion of Japan). Despite his much smaller Terran domain, Raiden managed to defeat Tengri and kill him, leaving him as the last remaining goa'uld lord of Earth.

Except Raiden didn't have much use for the Earth. His empire used ships as transportation rather than relying on stargates (to the point most of his worlds didn't even have any stargates). Plus, since his empire was described as bordering that of Yu, it must have been quite distant from Earth. Even with the improved goa'uld speeds during the SG-1 era, Yu's domain is still too far from Earth for him to be interested in it. Keeping domain over the Earth simply wasn't feasible for Raiden. He would still occasionally visit the planet to gather more human stock for his worlds, but even that ended. Presumably, he fought Ra at one point and lost, retreating to only his core worlds. All the other goa'uld assumed that Ra had ceased control of the Earth again, but Ra didn't actually know that he could lay claim to Earth. No goa'uld tried dialling Earth during this period, as they were too afraid to anger Ra. It was only after Ra had died that goa'uld started trying to access Earth again, and by that time the Egyptian stargate had been uncovered, meaning they dialled in there rather than in Antarctica.
25th Oct '16 6:46:19 PM nombretomado
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** Alternatively, GeorgeLucas is an alien, much like Martin Lloyd of ''Wormhole X-Treme''.

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** Alternatively, GeorgeLucas Creator/GeorgeLucas is an alien, much like Martin Lloyd of ''Wormhole X-Treme''.
19th Oct '16 5:19:33 PM heyheythrowaway
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* You can have glowing eyes in real life by [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBNMNTybGKY using ultraviolet LEDs and contact lenses that react to UV light]].
30th Aug '16 4:43:36 PM livestockgeorge
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We know that many former Goa'uld slaves speak it, and we also know that most of the human population of the Milky Way used to be former Goa'uld slaves. It's not that much of a stretch to assume that Goa'uld/Ancient Egyptian is still the dominant language on most of the planets that SG-1 visit.

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We know that the Jaffa and many former Goa'uld slaves speak it, and we also know that most of the human population of the Milky Way used to be former are descendents of Goa'uld slaves. It's not that much of a stretch to assume that Goa'uld/Ancient Egyptian is still the dominant language on most of the planets that SG-1 visit.
30th Aug '16 4:42:35 PM livestockgeorge
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[[WMG: The Goa'uld language is the Lingua Franca of the Milky Way galaxy]]
We know that many former Goa'uld slaves speak it, and we also know that most of the human population of the Milky Way used to be former Goa'uld slaves. It's not that much of a stretch to assume that Goa'uld/Ancient Egyptian is still the dominant language on most of the planets that SG-1 visit.

Daniel and Teal'c taught the rest of the SGC personnel basic Goa'uld, and whenever we see Earthlings apparently speaking English to humans from other planets, they're actually speaking it instead. Admittedly, as a theory, it's kind of a stretch, but what are the alternatives? Human-made universal translators? Universal translators somehow built into the gate? I'd say of all the possible explanations for AliensSpeakingEnglish, the TranslationConvention is probably the least problematic.
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