Known facts Edit
Can we sum up known facts? Things that change, things which are same and which circumstances are met?
For example : very first time travel in SG1 episode 1969, wormhole exit was in Cheyenne Mountain Complex even though there was no stargate during that time. Every other time when stargate was involved, it connected to stargate, in most cases same. We cant blame missing gate, because there were two on planet, which for stargate is close enough.
Now, there was exception in SGA episode The Last Man, where once it exited in originally targeted stargate and once returned back.
|1969||past||MW||PC||Wormhole exit was in Cheyenne Mountain Complex even though there was no stargate during that time.
Every other time when stargate was involved, it connected to stargate, in most cases same. We cant blame missing gate, because there were two on planet, which for stargate is close enough.
|The Last Man||future||Peg||yes||Wormhole stayed connected to originally targeted stargate instead of looping back. In same episode another wormhole created by Pegasus stargate did looped.||-|
Also, I have my doubts about why do they loop back, even when time difference is really significant. Aren't even galaxies keep moving? That would mean another planet with different stargate might be closer to that place by that time. —TakeruDavis (talk) (Contribs) 23:44, April 27, 2011 (UTC)
Solar Flare Wormhole Time Travel - Direction of Time Travel Edit
When a solar flare effects the path/ direction of a wormhole, does the wormhole get 'rapped around the star' as it were back to the PoD stargate & if yes does the path/ direction of the wormhole ( when its path/ direction has been altered) effect the direction of time travel. For example if the wormhole went clockwise around the star does that mean the direction of time travel is into the future. Likewise when travelling anticlockwise, whould that mean I would travel into the future. 220.127.116.11 11:37, August 3, 2013 (UTC)