The team is investigating an energy spike that they picked up in space with the jumper. On the surface they discover an entrance to the inside of a ridge. McKay detects a field is protecting it. Sheppard throws in a stone that disappears. McKay puts a camera on a stick and after viewing the footage concludes it look safe behind the field. Sheppard volunteers to step in, but can't step out anymore. He's pulled in. McKay takes a look at the camera again, he notices the memory is full. Almost two hours of footage was recorded and the battery is dead. Time is going very fast inside the field. He must think of a solution quickly. Meanwhile Sheppard has given up hope of being rescued and starts exploring.
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Teyla and Dr. McKay's discussion places the time dilation at 250:1. Later, Dr. Beckett states that he has "a date planned for tomorrow night." To which, Dr. McKay replies "Oh no, so we've only got 12 years in here." If they spent 12 years in the time dilation field, that's over 17 days outside of it. Assuming "tomorrow night" is in 36 hours, if they left the field on their first anniversary of entering it, Carson wouldn't even have an hour to get back in time for the date. See more
Maj. John Sheppard
This is downright problematic Rodney!
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