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Stepping Through the Stargate: Science, Archaeology and the Military in Stargate SG-1
Stepping Through the Stargate
Attribution
Author

Catherine Asaro, Jim Butcher, Dr John Cannizzo, Bill Fawcett, Melanie Fletcher, David Gerrold, John Gribbin, Sue E. Linder, Fran Terry, J.C. Vaughn, Ann Wortham

Cover artist

Todd Michael Bushman

Editor

Roxanne Conrad, P.N. Elrod

Publication information
Publisher

Benbella Books

Release date

1 October 2004

Media type

Reference book

Pages

240

ISBN-10

1932100326

ISBN-13

978-1932100327

Stepping Through the Stargate: Science, Archaeology and the Military in Stargate SG-1 (also Stepping Through the Stargate) is a completely unauthorized reference book about Stargate SG-1.

The book was published by independent publisher BenBella Books as part of Smart Pop series.

Publishers summaryEdit

What do an archaeologist, an astronomer, a parasitologist, a retired Colonel, a philosopher, a special effects artist and a slow of science fiction writers have in common?

Stargate SG-1, of course.

Stepping Through the Stargate takes a thoughtful but light-hearted look at our favorite television series, including such essays as:

Jack's Brain: What Were the Asgard Thinking?
Ruminations from a Rat Bastard
When in Rome, Don't Wear That
Artificial Intelligence and Genuiine Stupidity
Help! The Aliens Have Landed and Taken Over My Brain

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