I found a few things interesting about last night’s episode. But above all else, I found it fascinating that the island will not allow those who have left it to die. And so, I have a theory that has birthed from this new revelation. (Due to the fact that I have just taken cold medicine … Read more
Category: Lost Theories
This is going to sound a little “out there”, but Doc likes the out there theories so I’m going go ahead and post it anyway. What if the island itself is a giant time machine? What if Ben knows that the island acts like a giant time machine? Each bearing takes you to different times … Read more
If you’ve read me for a while you know I am absolutely head over heels in love with the idea of Clones, Duplicates, or otherwise Twins being involved in the LOST story. Now, I use these terms like they are interchangeable and it is wrong — I shouldn’t do it. It could be the very … Read more
Finally some Jules Verne! This is one of his finest and most creative (as far as narrative structure) literary pieces. And I thought it was fairly odd that Regina was holding it…until she committed suicide of course. If you’ve read the book, you know it’s all about the final voyage of a ship called “Chancellor.” Along the … Read more
So is Jin really dead? His grave marker listed his date of death as September 22, 2004; aka the day that Oceanic 815 crashed. This is bound to generate a ton of theories, but something tells me Jin is alive.
While this weeks Lost Tease does not have any direct spoilers, he will confirm speculation on one of them. He goes onto speculate how this event will unfold. Spoilerphobes BEWARE!
From “The Professor” comes this awesome bit of comparatives: Another episode, another literary reference, but this time one that Lost fans have long-suspected was connected to the show. The Tempest has many analogous images with Lost, none more prominent than a vessel (ship, or plane) crash-landing on a mysterious, magical island. But some insight into the … Read more
What happened to Annie? I have a theory on that, but it’s a little bit out there. Then again, what theory have I brought to the table that hasn’t been just a little bit out there? Ben‘s twisted obsession: Let’s start with Ben‘s fascination with Juliet. We now know that Juliet resembles a lady … Read more
Oh, so it is Charles Widmore trying to get to the island. And he wants to expoilt it. We should have known. But, wait a minute. Who is giving us this information. again? That’s right, Mr. Two-lies-and-one-truth Linus himself, Ben. So is the case of the freighties truly closed, or is there much more to … Read more
Episode 4.05 “The Constant” raised a lot of questions, hopefully one of these two theories will be able to answer one of them.
Episode 4.05 “The Constant” really through us for a loop, literally. Desmond’s mind was thrown into a loop that allowed him to jump between two distinct points in the past and present, and the only way that he could stay still is if he held onto a constant. Before we look at what might have caused this, let’s take a look at who else may be affected.
Over in the forums, Gusteaux created a thread about the auction and the journal. Here is his post: The Constant was amazing. There was so much information to digest, disect and discuss that I almost wish the month-long break could fall here. I’d like to focus here on one small scene: the Black Rock Journal … Read more
With all of this consciousness time travel and never dying love going around, I’ve been thinking of the not-so-corporeal Jacob. And, I am now convinced, or semi-convinced, that Jacob‘s constant is the island. Let’s say Jacob was affected by the overbearing electromagnetic properties of the island at one point in time. He would then … Read more
“The Constant” was the most physics saturated episode yet, and not just for the ideas it will stimulate. Scattered across the various pages of Daniel’s journal, not to mention his chalk boards at Oxford, were dozens of references to actual concepts. The question is, are there any answers there or is the equivalent of clever … Read more
So, we’ve always known that little turnip-head was of the utmost importance to the show, but I think “Eggtown” revealed to us just how much. In this episode, Locke brings Ben the book Valis by Philip K. Dick, which, as many people here have already pointed out, holds many themes consistent with Lost. I think … Read more
roomforhuman here with another book that will tantalize our Lost hungry minds. In the episode “The Economist,” on the bookshelf that leads to Ben‘s secret room, two books to the left of The Holy Qur’an, you’ll see a book entitled “Kings of Love.” This is a book devoted to the history and poetry of the … Read more
I just rewatched ‘One of Us’ from Season 3. One of the big island mysteries we were introduced to last season was that no woman that conceives on the island can bring the pregnancy to term. Sun has been given what amounts to a death sentence by learning that she conceived on the island. What … Read more
You all know about the Rocket and the 31 minute time difference, so I won’t waste your time recounting the scene here. Instead I’ll just start my ruminations on what that scene implied. The rocket was fired from the Freighter by Regina and it flew to the Island, only to arrive later than expected. It is … Read more
I think we are finally going to get some definitive answers to how the island actually works with Daniel Faraday on the Island (unless he gets killed, then all bets are off). This week Dr. Faraday did a simple time dilation test, time as it is perceived by two different observers (the rocket and himself). … Read more