Hammond: Why would their code be coming through so slow?
Carter: I don’t know, but if we don’t open the iris—
O’Neill: The next thud we hear will be Henry Boyd’s team.
O’Neill: Permission to go in, sir.
Carter: Negative, sir.
O’Neill: What do you mean, negative?
Carter: I’m sorry, Colonel. With all due respect. But if I’m right, we can’t help them.
Hammond: What am I looking at?
O’Neill: That’s a black hole, sir.
Carter: Sir, by some fluke of Stargate technology, we are witnessing something that the laws of physics say we can’t possibly witness.
O’Neill: We are witnessing good men die in slow motion, Captain.
Carter: You’re right, sir.
Hammond: Shut it down.
Carter: Even with the power cut it didn’t shut down.
O’Neill: How is that possible?
Carter: It must be deriving its power directly from the black hole.
Carter: It appears that our space-time has begun to warp, just like on P3W451.
O’Neill: Will you stop that!
Carter: We’re in trouble, sir.
O’Neill: Thank you. Think of something.
Col. Frank Cromwell to O’Neill: Don’t even pretend you understood that.
Carter: Do you know anything about quantum gravity?
Carter: Apparently neither do I.