Professor Zoom wrote:
He also sat the ship down basically almost on a giant hangar bay door. If he'd sat it down a bit closer to the alien temple, his ship would've just fall down when the alien ship took off.
Though, to be fair, he didn't know that. How could he? It's not like it was labeled.
They had a geologist, he could've at least checked where they landed after the landing or take soil samples around the ship or the temple or something. Which boils down to how completely useless the geologist was. They could also scan the landing area before the landing ...
Fuck this, I'm thinking about it way too much. If Lindeloff didn't care for such small details, why should we?