GateWorld Podcast: Should the Stargate Program Be Public?
Wednesday - August 5, 2009
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For years the writers of Stargate have drawn upon the S.G.C.’s super-secret nature for story-telling. What would happen if word got out on Earth that the U.S. military was visiting alien planets and making enemies? How would people respond? How would other governments respond? Should the news be announced deliberately? And how would it impact the stories that the franchise tells in the future?
The question has led to some interesting stories on Stargate SG-1 in particular, and it’s this week’s topic for the podcast! GateWorld Forum’s Tame Farrar steps up to co-host the show, for an important and challenging discussion topic.
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Discussion: Should the Stargate Program Be Public?
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