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KillerMarv
post Aug 17th 2007, 2:38 AM
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To make the new races your allies, one must wait several hundred years. If the races are to listen to the players, they will only do it upon small and non sudden improvements to their civilization. If the races evolve as close to natural as possible to modern times, than perhaps they will be thankful for the help provided. If they are rushed too much, well, let's say that it's like piloting an F-22 when you're 16 years old. A race must first reach enough "maturity" to know how to handle the technology. You could start a war by providing advanced technology to a race that doesn't yet know the peaceful advantages of a technological piece. They could not only wipe out the neighboring civilizations, but themselves as well. smile.gif

Oh well, more can be learned by actually understanding not only this episode, but the entire Stargate SG-1 and Atlantis series. 1.gif
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post Aug 17th 2007, 4:22 AM
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QUOTE(bostjan91 @ Aug 17th 2007, 8:22 AM) *
Every race likes to get new technologies. I think they would not be so hurt biggrin.gif
There are at least two races in the Stargate universe that don't use new technologies. A group of Furlings abandonned all technology to live in a utopian society and the race from 'The Sentinel' regressed technologically.
You can't force advancements on a race and expect then to adapt quickly and use that technology for good. Imagine a child with a gun and that child hasn't been taught how to use it properly. That child would cause more harm that good and that is how it would be if the Atlantis team started to advanced Human world with that device.

Edit: Sorry Marv, I didn't see your post.
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post Aug 17th 2007, 7:08 AM
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QUOTE(Dafmeister @ Aug 17th 2007, 12:22 PM) *

Edit: Sorry Marv, I didn't see your post.


No problem. A lesson can be taught better with more than one examples. smile.gif
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post Aug 17th 2007, 11:09 AM
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QUOTE(bostjan91 @ Aug 17th 2007, 3:22 AM) *

Every race likes to get new technologies. I think they would not be so hurt biggrin.gif But that is my opinion what would happen we could not know

We have seen repeatedly that interference in the development of a non-advanced society can be disasterous.

The Asgard wouldn't do it because they didn't think we were ready.
The Nox said we were too young.
The original Tollan world lost its orbit because they provided advanced technologies to another planet in their system, which exploded.
And in this episode, we saw what happens when you give a civilization too much, too quickly.
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