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Dex Luther
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Awesome podcast! Can’t wait for the new episodes.

Jim
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Great podcast guys!!I think you covered pretty much all significant aspects of a possible mission..keep ’em coming,you’re awesome!I await the podcasts just as anxiously as the new episodes.

Jenks
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“the universe is getting younger and younger as we move along”

No it isn’t! I wish you guys would stop saying this. No part of the universe is any younger or any older than any other. Space is expanding at the same rate everywhere, it’s not expanding outward from a single point. There is no centre, there is no edge.

Jim
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@Jenks That is true..in fact as they move along the effect is exactly the opposite,because they’re getting closer and closer to the real age,or in other words real time in that particular part of space.The younger period is recorded back on Earth where the radiation from that earlier time is only arriving.But,hey the guys are not astrophyisicists,nor is this show a Stephen Hawking documentary.It has so many plot holes,just as the rest of the stargate franchise.One being the main premise of the entire show..the possibility to just walk through a black hole event horizon and survive.

0s1r1s
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It’s a good job it’s not a black hole then isn’t it. It’s a wormhole, there is a difference.

Come on, even our scientists don’t know everything there is to know about black holes, the fabric of space/time or any type of astrophysics – we’re not that advanced yet.

“We know what we are, but know not what we may be.” William Shakespeare.

Jim
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@Osiris It is a stable wormhole created by the black hole piercing spacetime.Wormholes and blackholes are connected in theory and in the show’s canon,since a wormhole cannot exist without a black hole at it’s entrance,which a Stargate artificially creates.And event horizon,so many times mentioned in stargate is a part of the black hole.Many things are unknown,but this one is pretty clear. Anyway suspension of disbelief is the key word here.Which doesn’t mean that there’s no plotholes within the established show canon and it’s continuity.There’s a lot of that in stargate,but it mostly serves the purpose of a story device.My point… Read more »

Mythos
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The universe doesn’t age. And we don’t actually move through it since it’s dimensions and relative perspective is undefined. So we move relative to other things in the universe, but not the universe itself. And a black hole isn’t necessary for a wormhole, though it would seem the likely easiest method to intentionally create one. Black holes are the the best way we presently know of to control gravity but we don’t even really understand how that works, yet alone whether it’s the best way. We also don’t know for certain if the relationship between gravity and space-time works the… Read more »

Jim
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@mythos But that’s the way it was established and explained in the show.It’s the show’s canon.Sam explained the way stargate works on numerous occasions. Universe does age,since when it was created,both space and TIME have been created.So the universe few moments after the big bang was much younger than it is now.Time exists and it passes. We move relative to other things in the universe,but not the universe itself..WTF!?So what are we moving through then?If you say we move relative to other things IN THE UNIVERSE,that can only mean that we move through the universe.How else could we be moving… Read more »

Jim
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Let’s try a little experiment.
Sky is blue. Now I’m gonna wait how long will it take mythos to start explaining how in fact it is not,that is just an optical illusion,interpretation of our brain,or whatever…LOL!!

Mythos
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@Jim – I don’t recall Sam saying that stargates work based on black holes, though I do remember her talking about how the wormhole wasn’t like a black hole and I remember several references to the effects of black holes on wormholes. And the universe doesn’t age. It technically doesn’t even change. What’s inside of it changes a lot and often but it doesn’t. It’s simply a layer between what is and what isn’t part of it. Our perception of it ages, it does not itself age. And time has been proven to be relative, so to say it ‘passes’… Read more »

Jim
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@mythos How can a perception age? And there’s no difference berween universe and the things inside it.It all IS UNIVERSE.Any school boy/girl knows that.Planeth Earth isn’t only in the universe,it is part of the universe,just like you and me and every single subparticle. We percieve time as passing,but in fact it is a dymension of universe,which proves the point that universe ages even more so.Do you ever go back and read what you write?I ask,because it is amazing how often you contradict yourself,even within the same post. And if you don’t know that event horizon is a part of the… Read more »

Mythos
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@Jim – The idea that everything is the universe is a very old one. No current model of physics supports that anymore. It is what we’re sometimes taught in school because it’s easier to explain things that way and for the most part, even the teachers responsible for teaching it don’t understand it any better. Like much of what’s taught in primary and secondary education, it’s tinted so it makes sense. I’m not saying there’s a better way…their little heads would probably pop if someone tried to explain string or membrane theories to them. Not that either of those are… Read more »

Tripgate
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I hear you guys on how strange it will be not having any new Stargate after this season. You were 3, I was born right along with the 1st season of TNG. For the first time ever, there will be no “Star” shows.

I would say the next best thing is Eureka.