The show stargate is part of the coverup

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posted on Jan, 11 2007 @ 09:18 AM
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Originally posted by Sacreligion

Originally posted by sensfan

Originally posted by General_Neil1989
Heya.yeah considering i was the one who convinced you silk!
if ny1 wants 2 talk about the sgc wid sum1 who nos ppl whoi work there e-mail me on elfangor1989@hotmail.com


What? What language is that? Can you spell correctly please?

Sorry, one of my pet peaves.


i think what he means is "if anyone wants to talk about the stargate conspiracy, would someone who knows people who work there e-mail me..."


Let me help, I speak text: (Airplane! reference, anyone?)

"If anyone would like to discuss the SGC issue with someone who is personally familiar with employees of that installation, please feel free to send an email to elfangor1989@hotmail.com."




posted on Jan, 11 2007 @ 09:28 AM
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Thanks...I knew what he was saying, just wanted to make a point to say that it bugged me ;-)



posted on Jan, 11 2007 @ 10:09 AM
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Actually, I really LIKE the program myself, the hard parts to take seriously are where you have USAF personnel running, climbing, engaging in cqc and so on.


There are a lot of "easter eggs" that you can look for, the big wrench is always there somewhere, you will generally see some of the film crew in AF uniforms as extras, at times there are some really neat weapons used that I hadn't seen before. Real ones, that is, not the scifi stuff. I remember one ep had a real belt fed full-auto shotgun, for example.

Also, the background stuff is fun to go back and look at, like papers on the desk, displays that the characters are reading, white board contents etc. Instead of just being gibberish someone usually puts up something entertaining. Some of the toss-off displays are quite detailed.

I hope they do the two movies and wrap up all the plot lines.



posted on Jan, 11 2007 @ 10:25 AM
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I don't understand how they merged the two characters from "Farscape" into the "Stargate" universe. I must have missed some important episodes along the way.



posted on Jan, 11 2007 @ 04:32 PM
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Originally posted by Tom Bedlam
the hard parts to take seriously are where you have USAF personnel running, climbing, engaging in cqc and so on.


There are a lot of "easter eggs" that you can look for, the big wrench is always there somewhere, you will generally see some of the film crew in AF uniforms as extras, at times there are some really neat weapons used that I hadn't seen before. Real ones, that is, not the scifi stuff. I remember one ep had a real belt fed full-auto shotgun, for example.

Also, the background stuff is fun to go back and look at, like papers on the desk, displays that the characters are reading, white board contents etc. Instead of just being gibberish someone usually puts up something entertaining. Some of the toss-off displays are quite detailed.

Are you saying you think it is a coverup Tom. When i watch it i will keep an eye on what going on in the background as well.

[edit on 11-1-2007 by silk101]



posted on Jan, 11 2007 @ 04:42 PM
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No, no, just that they go to a lot of trouble to put stuff in the background displays, and there's usually visual easter eggs in every program.

For example, there's usually a DeLuise somewhere, a lot of times you see Peter at a guard post for a split second. Or there's Siler's Wrench, which is an ongoing joke. Someone in technical support will have this gigantic monkey wrench. The first and second seasons, it was always Siler.

"The Fifth Race" has one of the better props, which is the plan drawn up by RDA to get the jammed gate working on the hot planet. If your player can freeze frame and zoom in tight on it, you can read most of the diagram. It's very detailed, and has a lot of RDA adlibbed stuff on there. The DHD has a cold fusion power supply for example, and the last instruction says something like "and if that doesn't work, SEE YA!"

Another good one was the white board in the episode where they open the gate onto a world where the sun just collapsed into a black hole (that was just wrong in terms of physics, btw), the whiteboard that Carter has back on the surface near the end has a page from one of Feynman's physics lectures on it.

One of the A'shen episodes has a newspaper printed by the race that got wiped out. It's in a "one off letter" code, you can read it if you take the time, there's some funny stuff on there.

Just saying that they take the time to make even the crap displays have something funny or applicable.



posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 04:05 AM
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Originally posted by MagicalRat
StarGate was made up by Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich.


errrrr NO!



Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin were sued by an Egyptology student for allegedly stealing the storyline as the student had submitted the story to them about ten years before the movie was made (they "rejected" the story at the time). The plaintiff had a respected Egyptologist from Johns Hopkins University vouch for him, since he had put his own theories into the story. The only differences between the story and the movie are slight name variations. The issue was finally settled out of court.


SOURCE


Funny thing this was edited out later after we started our Stargate research page. It seems the university got to many calls...



posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 04:44 AM
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Ive only just started watching SG1, about half way through the first series. I have to say though, some of you think its realistic?! It wouldn't surprise me if it was based on truths but the portrayal of the military seems about as unrealistic as ive ever seen.
Also, ringing the president to get direct orders? Please, can you imagine them ringing Bush lol



posted on Jan, 18 2007 @ 06:27 AM
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One interesting thing I noticed though was in one of the first few episodes (possibly the one with the vanishing people), they make a box thing - not quite sure what it was - that would let the other peoples know all about Earth. The thing that stuck out like a sore thumb to me was the fact that on the front of this box was the freemason's compass.



posted on Jan, 18 2007 @ 06:34 AM
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Area 51 is said to be non-existent. The american military always deny it exists. But look here they have are 51 in stargate. They got the location right as well (nevada)
www.gateworld.net...
Take a look here



posted on Jan, 18 2007 @ 11:53 AM
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Originally posted by Frakkerface
One interesting thing I noticed though was in one of the first few episodes (possibly the one with the vanishing people), they make a box thing - not quite sure what it was - that would let the other peoples know all about Earth. The thing that stuck out like a sore thumb to me was the fact that on the front of this box was the freemason's compass.


Look again, it's the symbol for the Tau-ri system (Earth), a stylized pyramid with one moon overhead.



posted on Jan, 18 2007 @ 01:23 PM
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Originally posted by Tom Bedlam

Look again, it's the symbol for the Tau-ri system (Earth), a stylized pyramid with one moon overhead.


You sure? Looks like the pyramid on the dollar bill with the eye of RA over it...
stylized ofcourse..




Originally posted by silk101
Area 51 is said to be non-existent. The american military always deny it exists. But look here they have are 51 in stargate. They got the location right as well (nevada)


LOL Area 51??? SECRET? You have got to be kidding, right? It never was secret... everyone knows about it, especially those who live in Vegas and work there.


Its what's going ON in area 51 thats secret...

But all the really top secret stuff is somewhere else


Here is a close up look at Area 51 AKA Groom Lake

AREA 51 IKONOS SATELITTE SHOT

If you look close you might see the license plates


[edit on 18-1-2007 by zorgon]



posted on Jan, 18 2007 @ 03:23 PM
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Originally posted by zorgon

Originally posted by Tom Bedlam

Look again, it's the symbol for the Tau-ri system (Earth), a stylized pyramid with one moon overhead.


You sure? Looks like the pyramid on the dollar bill with the eye of RA over it...
stylized ofcourse..


You have to be a deep Stargate junkie to understand.



posted on Jan, 18 2007 @ 03:27 PM
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Originally posted by Tom Bedlam
You have to be a deep Stargate junkie to understand.



Wouldn't know anything about that....

landoflegends.us...



posted on Jan, 18 2007 @ 03:31 PM
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Originally posted by SimonGray

Just in case anyone is interested, here is Richard Dean Anderson at the Pentagon in 2004 being honoured by the USAF.


Interested I am Thanks!



posted on Jan, 18 2007 @ 04:19 PM
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Originally posted by General_Neil1989
if ny1 wants 2 talk about the sgc wid sum1 who nos ppl whoi work there e-mail

Did you know that a Dr Timothy O'Niel is one of the three people who own ALL the mineral rights on the Moon and the Solar system?

Emailed you I did....



posted on Jan, 19 2007 @ 03:44 AM
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Originally posted by Tom BedlamLook again, it's the symbol for the Tau-ri system (Earth), a stylized pyramid with one moon overhead.


Are you sure? Looked very much like the compass to me. I will watch it again though, do you know which episode it was? I dont really want to watch them all again to find it.



posted on Jan, 19 2007 @ 08:21 AM
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Originally posted by Frakkerface

Originally posted by Tom BedlamLook again, it's the symbol for the Tau-ri system (Earth), a stylized pyramid with one moon overhead.


Are you sure? Looked very much like the compass to me. I will watch it again though, do you know which episode it was? I dont really want to watch them all again to find it.


It's the first season episode (I think) where they first run into the Asgard. Thor's Chariot, maybe? That's what comes to mind, I don't have the names memorized though. I'm not quite THAT geeky.



posted on Jan, 20 2007 @ 03:11 AM
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I am a HUGE fan of SG-1 ... I have also done extensive background research into the show. I own a zatnikito and a Go-uld hand device that were used in the 3rd season show "Forever In a Day" along with a few replicator peices used on the show(did you know they are not metal?) Just want you all to know that I am a huge fan.

It is true that the U.S. Air Force does officially endorse the show. They do this because the show presents the USAF in a very positive light and aids in recruiting. It is also true that the USAF usually has an advisor on set. This is to ensure that ranks, weapons(exept the P99), uniforms,equipment and teminology is used correctly as well as ensure that nothing detrimental to the USAF is portrayed on screen, If there was they would most likely pull their endorsement. The show itself benefits by getting to use military vehicles and sites(NORAD entrance) for free or substantially redused cost. Its a win-win situation.

It is not unusual at all for almost EVERY movie or television show that portrays military personnel to have these types of advisors on board. If you ever see a movie or show that has not hired these advisors, it does not do a good job at all of portraying a military atmoosphere, and you can tell.


SG-1 is by no means the only show the military endorses.

the following examples were taken from the book "Everything You Know is Wrong", a compilation put together and edited by Russ Kick.


The armed forces help filmmakers by letting them use military vehicles,other hardware, and land, saving the studios millions of dollars in expenses. In return for this service though, the military often asks for changes to the movie\show, changes which ALWAYS make the armed forces look better. With disturbing regularity the filmmakers, even the big name one, cave in. Ridley Scott removed a scene from "G.I. Jane" because a Navy Commander said it "carried no benefit to the U.S. Navy." The producers of "Top Gun" obtained Naval cooperation only after they changed Kelly McGillis' charecter from an enlisted woman to a civilian (fraternization between officers and enlistees is a no-no). A marine Major complained about "The Jackal" because helicopter pilots didn't have an "integral part of the action, they are effectively taxi-drivers." Once director Micheal Jones changed the script, giving the fly-boys a better role, the Marines cooperated. Some filmmakers drool on themselves in an attempt to appease the military. Dean Devlin, the writer and producer of "Independance Day", told the pentagon, "If this doesn't make every boy in America want to fly a fighter-jet, I'll eat this script." Disney told retired soldiers, " We firmly believe that with the support of the U.S. military, "Armageddon" will be the biggest film on 1998, while illustrating the expertise,leadership and heroism if the military. Among the film that were given military cooperation after passing the acceptibility test were: Air Force One, A Few Good Men, From Here to Eternity, The Hunt for Red October, Pearl Harbor, Apollo 13 and Tora Tora Tora. Some that didn't meet with approval were Forrest Gump, Apocolypse Now, Catch 22, DR. Strangelove, An Officer and a Gentleman, Platoon and SGT Bilko.



Interestlingly enough the Military pulled all of its support from "Independance Day" when they wouldnt remove all references to "area 51".


I had to HAND TYPE that whole box.......whew...............congrat me



posted on Jan, 20 2007 @ 04:15 PM
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Have you noticed that the Chyenne Mountain Facility website will not let you acces without finding out your details such as IP adress etc. Take a look.
www.cheyennemountain.af.mil...
I cant prove they hold a stargate there but is a bit suspicous. try the websit and see for yourselves.





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