Maybe they can bring back the post-puberty Walt that way... he left the "slow time zone" for a while and got rapidly aged....
Hmmm, maybe the giant magnetism on the island makes the whole island move at a different rate than the rest of the world, which means the days are actually a different length? That would explain why no one can find the island, because it's always moving.
I wonder, do they have to keep replacing the Aaron actors with new babies every week? Babies grow really fast.... Maybe she had a "slow" gestation, but the fetus was insulated somehow and grew at the real world rate, so was really large at delivery? :)
Click to see Spoiler:The island was visible but only for an instant. It was also visible for an instant on 9/22/04 when the plane crashed.
Actually, I've seen Emilie de Ravin talk about this in interviews. Babies that young are very limited (by law) in how many hours they can "work". So they do use several different infants, and for some shots they just use a doll.
:nod And shortly after that we saw the season finale where Locke and Desmond were discussing the print-out, and how the plane seemed to have crashed on Sept. 22/04 at the same time Des was late in pushing the button. It seems you can only believe about half of what JJ/Damon/Carlton Cuse say in interviews. They love to yank our chains.Quote:
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And another one.... (a press release)
4 8 15 16 23 42
GLOBAL INTERACTIVE PHENOMENON, LOST EXPERIENCE, TO REVEAL MEANING BEHIND MYSTERIOUS NUMBERS ON INTERNATIONAL HIT TV SHOW "LOST"
Multiple Clues on Several Continents Needed to Solve the Puzzle
As promised, the alternate reality game Lost Experience continues to divulge answers related to mysteries on "Lost." Currently in phase three of five of the interactive challenge, the meaning behind the numbers 4 8 15 16 23 42, which play a significant role on the television series, will be revealed.
"The reward we've always promised from the Lost Experience is information, which is currency to anyone who is a fan of the show or a participant in this game," said Mike Benson, senior vice president of Marketing for ABC Entertainment. "This additional form of storytelling allows us to engage current and new fans in a genuinely innovative way while delivering the same extraordinary content that 'Lost' provides as a television series."
So far, the Lost Experience has unveiled information regarding the Black Rock, in addition to significance in the title of the DHARMA Initiative. The Lost Experience will continue to the premiere of Season Three, revealing secrets behind the mysterious Alvar Hanso and the Hanso Foundation.
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O.K., Forters, (oh, I just realized I'm only a typo away from insulting everyone! :teeth )
I know some of you are playing this. Please keep the rest of us up-to-date on what you find out?
i dont think it matters because I think the game and the show will give away different info. like the game revealed what dharma stands for. but i dont play the game.
anyways, when do we start a season 3 thread?
Not everyone -- in my family of origin, it was a title of honor!Quote:
O.K., Forters, (oh, I just realized I'm only a typo away from insulting everyone!
Oh -- to not be off-topic: Yay, Lost!