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When does "Across the sea" take place ? From the use of latin, probably not before the 8th century BC. But on the stone cork, there are cuneiform writings, which are older than that, and the writers have stated that the cork was created AFTER "Across the sea" ... So ? My guess ? We are witnessing, once more, the time-travel properties of the island.
The MIB, after being transformed, may have tried to use the frozen wheel again ... and sent the island back to, say, 5000 BC, which is the time of the older writings, and the next few centuries may have occurred twice on the island. Which would explain why no egyptian monument is visible in "Across the sea", even if the height of the egyptian civilization occured way before the roman one. The eg…Read more >
Has anyone tried to make the definitive map of the island, complete with latest additions, like the Lighthouse and the Heart ?
If so, where could I find it ?Read more >
Do you think the characters lived their lives all over again since birth, or does it start with alternate 815 ? I'd go for the second : for instance, Jack dies, boom, wakes up on alternate 815 with modified memories ( he looked confused, didn't he ? ). Evidence : the wounds sustained against the MIB are still visible. Are we really to think he carried those all his ( alternate ) life without noticing them ? But, but, why would his mom tell a story about an appendix operation to explain the side wound, since, if I'm right, the version of kid Jack she's talking about never existed, is a fake memory ? According to you, does that mean :
A. the appendix operation did occur in the FST, there has been a kid Jack in the FST, and the island, or what…Read more >
Someone has probably made the connection, but ... On one hand, the numbers are part of the Valenzetti equation. On the other hand, they are related to the final candidates. OK, you could dismiss Valenzetti as non-canon, but maybe there's a way to connect the two. The equation is supposed to predict the end of the world ... and think about it, it took the conjuction of all the "numbers", of all the last candidates, to prevent the end of the world ( i.e. the end of the Light and Smokey unleashed )! 4, Locke : by dying, provided Smoky a vessel of flesh and blood that led to his demise. 8, Hurley : provided contact with Jacob, which saved Jack from the Temple attack, 15, Sawyer : gave Smoky critical information about Jack being the new protect…Read more >
The temptation of power, obviously, but is that everything ? When I first saw "Doctor Linus", I thought Ben's line of thinking here probably tells us what we need to know about what happened between Ben and Widmore. Doctor Linus tries to take the principal's place because he's power-hungry, yes, but also, as he says, because he cares about the students ( and I think he's telling the truth ) and thinks the principal's leadership is detrimental to them. I guess that is a reflection of how Ben rationalized his coup : he cared about the Others, since they saved his life as a kid, and disagreed with Widmore's agressive methods (i.e. the Purge, which seems to have been his responsibility ) that neglected important problems in his eyes ( pregnanc…Read more >