The chief of staff visits SGC and meets Jack, while Daniel is on a mission. Sam is giving a physics lecture at the Airforce Academy, where she meets and is intrigued by the theoretical insight of US Air Force cadet Jennifer Hailey, academically her successor but a pest in terms of conduct and attitude. When Hailey is about to be expelled for violence against another cadet, Sam convinces the Academy and general Hammond to give her a motivating taste of Stargate work. So they join Jack and Teal'c who are on a planet's moon as security escort to three scientists, but soon find a life-form consisting solely of buzzing lights isn't as inoffensive as it sounds. Sam and Haley come up with incompatible theories; time is running out with the fuel for the generator they need for the only known defense, so Jack makes a barely educated gamble... Written by
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Carter and Munroe talk as if the speed of light is "a universal constant". Blue skies, red sunsets, rainbows, my bifocal glasses, and magnifying lenses work because light's speed varies in various materials (see refractive index). The speed of light in a vacuum is constant. Any competent physicist will specify the medium when specifying the speed of light. See more
When Samatha Carter and Cadet Hailey enter into the Stargate on Earth, Cadet Hailey is on Samantha's right. However, when they reach the moon and get out of the Stargate, Cadet Hailey is on Samantha's left. See more
Major Samantha Carter
What were you thinking breaking the nose of an upperclassman like that?
Air Force Cadet Jennifer Hailey
Written by Joel Goldsmith
and David Arnold See more