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12 years ago

Should the Stargate Program be made public? Yes. When I was young, I knew that the United States had were missles with nuclear warheads aimed at the Soviet Union. I also knew that the Soviet Union had missles aimed at the United States. I may not have had a precise idea as to where those missles were aimed, but I knew they were there. Likewise, the public, in the Stargate universe, should know that the Stargate Program exists and that enemies are being fought by the military forces of the United States and other countries. The public does not need… Read more »

12 years ago

No, While I am completely for the idea of having “no official secrets act” and opening up as mush formerly classified information as possible, I believe that this is a different situation. Putting aside the fact that this is fiction and it is more interesting when you have to keep the secret, adding yet another factor in the web that is the universe of Stargate, having the “outside” perspective that a viewer has we have a complete idea of what has happened in the storyline of Stargate. The political aspects of the world would crush the program. Unlike wars in… Read more »

12 years ago

There is a difference with the Stargate Programme, over and above the knowledge that Aliens actually exist.

With the G’oauld pretending to be Gods there is a high risk of offending religous groups who may actually believe in them as Gods

That would mean that any release of information would have to be very carefully worded. I think now is the time to do it

12 years ago

Leaving aside the in-universe arguments and looking at the thing from the point of view of a story analyst (no, I’m not one, I’m just a fan): I do not think that it does in fact matter much at the in-universe present (end of Atlantis). The story would change little, as I’m sure the possible rammifications of the entire planet discovering most of the truth would be left out of the story or treated passingly, as there are more engaging stories to be told. There have been changes of similar magnitude being accepted without much of a fuss by the… Read more »

12 years ago

I can’t believe you think our civilization hasn’t changed in the pest 700 years. There is so much that has been accomplished in that time. We have come a long way, and still have a long way to go. Think of poverty for example, 700 years ago you were seriously out of luck if you were poor, now there are options and opportunities to get your life back together, even in the tough economic times the world is facing now. Science, and religion are able to be more accepted and differ so much. Everyone is aloud to choose what they… Read more »