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Episode 6x16 / Finale reaction video
« on: May 24, 2010, 06:37:57 PM »
I loved the Finale, and I love Lost. So I made this little video to sum up my feelings after the end.

Please share with your friends. And post on Lostpedia if you can, I don't have an account, and it's on lockdown. :(

Theories & Speculation / My Theory on Time in LOST
« on: May 07, 2009, 08:47:14 PM »
Okay, so Dan Faraday's first theory was that you can't change the past because it already happened, then he went on to believe that maybe you can change the past.

Most people would think that if you did something like went back in time and killed your grandmother, it would lead you to never be born, therefore you don't exist to kill your grandmother, therefore your grandmother lives and gives birth to you, therefore you kill your grandmother etc. Therefore making an impossible paradox leading you to believe that time travel is most probably impossible.


What if you were born, went back in time, killed your grandmother, but still lived on...

Let me explain what I mean:

Think of it like using a blue pencil to draw a line on a really long piece of paper at a constant speed, then while you are drawing, your friend comes along with an eraser and starts erasing the line at the same constant speed, and with the other hand, draws a line with a red pencil at the same constant speed. Now you'd probably think that would mean the line is now red. No because you are still drawing the blue line, it is still going.

It is easier to understand (and explain) in terms of a dimension we understand.

Now think of that line as time.

Your grandmother gives birth to your mother, your mother gives birth to you, you go back in time, kill your grandmother, but the new red pencil (the chain of events following your grandmothers death, i.e. your mother not being born, you not being born) is going at the same speed so it doesn't catch up with the current events, therefore you carry on living after you kill your grandmother.

Now after writing this, I've realized there are still loads of holes in my theory in relation to Lost, but in relation to real life I don't see anything to prove this theory wrong, but I'm prepared to be enlightened.

If this confused you as much as it did me, I'm sorry.

Any feedback/debunking would be appreciated =]

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