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Cartoonist Solves ABC Lost Secret

Posted by LOTGK on July 16, 2009

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Lost Update – Summer Of Lost – 07/16/2009

It's A Snow Globe I Tell You

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The secret of ABC networks hit show “Lost” can be summed up in one simple cartoon. More cartoons (Some of them funny) can be located by GPS navigation or by simply clicking this link. XKCD Cartoon

Just what is the Grassy Knoll Institutes Lost theory….I’ve been waiting a long time to tell you…..
Although it appears the survivors of Oceanic flight 815 are on a tropical island, they are being deceived. There is no island. The survivors are in a virtual reality laboratory. All the castaways are interconnected to one another sharing each others thoughts, memories, and feelings. While in this virtual reality laboratory, a battery of physical and mental experiments are performed on them. And who is running these experiments? As Juliet stated, the Aliens of course.

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Lost Update – Eclipse

Posted by LOTGK on April 30, 2009

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Lost Update – Season V – 04/29/2009

All that you touch
All that you see
All that you taste
All you feel.
All that you love
All that you hate
All you distrust
All you save.
All that you give
All that you deal
All that you buy,
Beg, borrow or steal.
All you create
All you destroy
All that you do
All that you say.
All that you eat
And everyone you meet
All that you slight
And everyone you fight.
All that is now
All that is gone
All that’s to come
And everything under the sun is in tune
But the sun is eclipsed by the moon.

Daniel Faraday is about to reset time and everything that happened to the castaways, is about to be erased. The song lyrics above are from Pink Floyd’s Dark Side Of The Moon, the song is Eclipse. The problem however, is not that he gets shot by his mother 30 years in the past, and his mother doesn’t know who he is, until after she shoots him, but what he said earlier, and what he said to Jack and Kate tonight.

In a previous episode, Faraday stated, whatever happened, happened. You cannot change the past. Tonight, however, he tells Jack and Kate that the past cannot be changed, except for the variables. And they, meaning, the castaways, are the variables. They have free will, they have the ability to make a different choice, to change the past. Alas, Faraday’s scenario doesn’t end well, and this plays right into my Lost theory.

Just what is the Grassy Knoll Institutes Lost theory….
Although it appears the survivors of Oceanic flight 815 are on a tropical island, they are being deceived. There is no island. The survivors are in a virtual reality laboratory. All the castaways are interconnected to one another sharing each others thoughts, memories, and feelings. While in this virtual reality laboratory, a battery of physical and mental experiments are performed on them. And who is running these experiments? As Juliet stated, the Aliens of course.

So Faraday tells Doctor Chang that he is from the future and that he must evacuate the island immediately. He also tells him that Miles is his son. He then tells Sawyer, Kate, Hurley, Jack, and the gang about the island catastrophe and that he must go to the hostiles camp and meet his mother to reset the time line. He did this to change the course of events, to add a new variable. To course correct so to speak. But I knew this wouldn’t work even before Kate typed in the 141717 code on the perimeter fence.

Why? How does the Grassy Knoll Institute know this? I anticipated your next question didn’t I? It wasn’t anything that Daniel said tonight, or before, but what Desmond had done in the past. Remember when Desmond had his flash and saw Charlie dying? Remember how he tried to prevent Charlie from dying? But what happened in the end? You betcha! Charlie ended up dead. Whatever happened, happened. No matter what you do, you cannot change the past to affect the future.

Remember a few updates ago I mentioned the Time Travel paradox. (Suppose you had the means to travel back in time. While you were visiting the past, you murdered your grandfather before he sired your father preventing you from being conceived and born. But if you were never born, then how could you go back in time to kill your grandfather?) This is why Desmond, Ben, Widmore, Eloise, and Daniel, no matter what they do, or how many times they attempt, they cannot change the course of events in the past to affect the future.

With this being said, here’s a Lost series finale spoiler boys and girls. Time Travel is not part of the end Game.

This leaves us only one other scenario. Virtual Reality. Seriously, stay with me here for a minute or two. As the series unfolded over these five seasons, we have come to realize that all the passengers on the plane, and all the hostiles, also known as “The others,” have all crossed paths in the past. Don’t you find this to be more than just a coincidence? Seriously, hundreds of people, on an island that is invisible, that has properties to move through time, heal terminally ill people, prevent people from aging, allow people to time travel, and allow dead people to interact with the living, plus many more bizarre events, with all of them crossing paths in the past.

Let’s concede for the sake of argument that the castaways are time traveling. At that point, you have to admit, that would be a ground breaking scientific achievement since it is deemed impossible. Now add that the island also cures the sick. And not just standard fare illness, but miraculous cures. Just look at John Locke, he is able to walk. Add in all the supernatural events in the previous paragraph and ask yourself, in what scenario can all this be possible? Not just one event, like time travel, but everything involved?

The only scenario that satisfies all those variables is virtual reality. My Lost theory. Some may think I’m a lunatic on the grass, but I know There is no dark side of the moon. Really. Matter of fact, its all dark.

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Lost Update – The Good Samaritan

Posted by LOTGK on April 23, 2009

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Lost Update – Season V – 04/22/2009

Tonight on Lost, ABC aired a recap following the Oceanic Six escape from the island and eventual return back. Instead of rehashing the rehash, I am staying on point and will analyze yet another social psychology experiment that is being implemented on the Lost Castaways. Tonight’s topic is The Good Samaritan.

Everyone knows the parable of the Good Samaritan right? You could take the time and look it up in your bible, in the Gospel of Luke, Chapter 10, verse 25-37. For those not wanting to look it up, here it is in the short version.

A man was walking from Jerusalem to Jericho, when he fell into the hands of robbers. They robbed him of his clothes, possessions, and beat leaving him for dead. As the man lay in the street all crumpled up, a man of the cloth walked by and saw the man but he passed him on the other side. A short time later, another man of the cloth saw the man in need but walked right by him as well. Finally, a Samaritan was walking down the road and saw the man, and he stopped to attend the man. He cleaned and bandaged his wounds, and then lifted the man upon his cart and took him to an Inn. The next day, he paid the innkeeper two silver coins to look after the mans needs and informed the innkeeper that he would return the next day and would reimburse him for any expenses incurred.

The Good Samaritan experiment has been studied many times over by professors across the world. And sometimes, in the case of the Lost Islanders, off the world as well.

We will start with Jack and Ben. Remember a few years back when Jack was forced to operate on Ben to save his life? After he agreed and had Ben open on the operating table, he stopped and demanded that Kate and Sawyer be set free before he would complete the operation and save Ben. Now jump to the present season, just a couple of episodes ago. Young Ben Linus was shot by Sayid and left for dead in the road.

Juliet, Kate, Sawyer, Hurley and gang sought out Jack to help young Ben. Jack flat out refused sealing Ben’s fate to die. Remember, Jack was always the good guy, helping the castaways from the get go. Now he goes against his oath as a doctor to heal the sick.

In steps Sawyer. He finally has his life in order. He has become head of security for Dharma, has a nice house, life, and a hot blond doctor in Juliet to do the nasty with. Life is good. But Sawyer does not step around the man lying in the road. (Young Ben Linus) Instead, he risks everything to save him and formulates a plan to deliver Ben to the “Others” (The Innkeeper) to look after and care for him. Sawyer is the Good Samaritan.

Wait a minute? What does the Jesus parable of the Good Samaritan have to do with ABC’s Lost and my theory of what is really happening on the island? What, you don’t know what the Grassy Knoll Institute Lost theory is. For you first timers, in a nutshell…

Although it appears the survivors of Oceanic flight 815 are on a tropical island, they are being deceived. There is no island. The survivors are in a virtual reality laboratory. All the castaways are interconnected to one another sharing each others thoughts, memories, and feelings. While in this virtual reality laboratory, a battery of physical and mental experiments are performed on them. And who is running these experiments? As Juliet stated, the Aliens of course.

Think about it gang. The castaways are put into incredible situations each and every week. Their very lives hang in the balance with each decision they make, or choose not to make. Dead people are walking around the island handing out advice as if they were a dispenser of knowledge from the great beyond. The island vanishes and appears in different places and also at different times. The castaways are traveling through time, some faster than others, some get lost, some get found.

But the one constant of the show, from the pilot episode to last week’s airing, is that each castaway has a choice to make. A life altering choice. That choice is what the experiment is all about. If given different scenario’s, what choice would you make? Would you choose to help the group, or choose to help yourself. Think of the characters on the show, and how many of them have made an about face on their choices.

Until next week, Get Lost!

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Lost Update – I Wanna Be Sedated

Posted by LOTGK on March 25, 2009

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Lost Update – Season V – 03/25/2009

Twenty-twenty-twenty four hours to go I wanna be sedated
Nothin’ to do no where to go-o-oh, I wanna be sedated
Just get me to the airport put me on a plane
Hurry hurry hurry before I go insane
I can’t control my fingers I can’t control my brain
Oh no no no no no

A ten year old Ben Linus brought me a chicken salad sandwich, how do you think I am?

Let us begin with the ending of tonight’s episode. Young Ben helps Sayid escape. Sayid shoots young Ben in cold blood. Sayid breaks the cycle from repeating. Or does he? According to my Lost theory, Sayid is dead wrong. I’ll say it again for affect. Dead wrong!

Just what is the Grassy Knoll Institutes Lost theory…
Although it appears the survivors of Oceanic flight 815 are on a tropical island, they are being deceived. There is no island. The survivors are in a virtual reality laboratory. All the castaways are interconnected to one another sharing each others thoughts, memories, and feelings. While in this virtual reality laboratory, a battery of physical and mental experiments are performed on them. And who is running these experiments? As Juliet stated, the Aliens of course.

I’ll get back to Sayid in a minute or two but first an observation. Tonight we see the pendulum swing the other way. Sawyer has become the Alpha male while Jack is just one of the pack.  Sawyer has set up house with Juliet, Jacks flame, and she has fallen in line.  Sawyer is head of security, a very powerful position at Dharma, what with hostiles at the fence perimeter just waiting to attack. Or drive flaming vans into houses. The Dharma gang listens to Sawyer, waits for his wisdom, exactly what he always wanted.

And what of Jack. What has he become. Thats right, a flip flop. Jack is now regulated to “Workman” status, merely a grunt in the Dharma scheme of things. Even his jumpsuit bears it out. Jack has no decision power, no one to lead, no one who will listen. Jack is Sawyer, and Sawyer is now Jaack.

Of course this is predictable with my virtual reality theory. (Focus here readers.) Standard psychological test for behavioral scientists. Study the pack, determine the Alpha, the structure of command. But for the castaways, once they get accustomed to one role, the parameters are altered, reset if you will, and roles are changed. Jack is now on the outside looking in. He will pull a Sawyer in upcoming episodes.

Which leads us back to Sayid. As a child, a natural born killer, snapping the neck of the chicken at his family’s pen. Easing into the military in the Republican army. Killing all those people for Ben. Finally, killing the younger version of Ben in hopes of breaking the cycle. But we know that won’t happen don’t we? If you read my update from a couple of weeks ago, you would already know that.

In my March 11th Lost update, No Time Like The Past, Driscol attempts to make the future better by altering the past but everything he tries, fails. Same with Sayid. Killing Ben in 1977 will not alter what happens in 2004, or any time line. Why? Because in 2004, Ben Linus is alive and controls the others. We see this. Hence, Sayid killing Ben in the past does not change the future.

Time travel theory is beginning to unravel. The problem with the theory is a time paradox. Sayid kills Ben in 1977 before Ben kills the Dharma group. But we see it happen, so Sayid failed. It’s the grandfather paradox time travel can’t overcome. If you went back in time and murdered your grandfather before he sired your father, then how could you be born? And if you did succeed, then how could you travel back in time if you were never born.

However, with virtual reality, what is happening on the island is easily explainable. It is simply a mass experiment to study the herd, (The human species) and how they adapt, choices made in times of danger and adversity, and leisure. Sawyer really didn’t want to give up his cozy little gig he had going as chief of security now did he?

BTW, what a bonus that my Twilight Zone update a couple weeks ago nails tonight’s episode. Sayis was playing Driscol. Instead of going back in time and killing Hitler, Sayid kills Ben Linus. But that won’t change anything.

Tidbits from tonight’s episode:

*Sayid: Then I guess I’m on my own.

* Ben to Sayid: It’s in your nature. It’s what you do.

* Kazinsky or whatever his name is to horace: Let’s take a vote or do I have to call Ann Arbor?

* Ever notice that all the Dharma vehicles are blue? Just saying. A constant perhaps.

Until next week. Get LOST!

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Lost Update – It’s Over Now

Posted by LOTGK on March 4, 2009

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Lost Update – Season V – 03/04/2009

Why can’t you just get it through your head,
It’s over, it’s over now.
Yes, you heard me clearly now I said,
It’s over, it’s over now.

I’m not really over you,
You might say that
I can’t take it, I can’t take it,
Lord, I swear I just can’t take it no more.

(Go away) go away,
(Far away) so far away.
It’s too late to turn back now,
And it don’t matter anyhow.

Is it just me, or did Sawyer, AKA Jim Lafluer, look like Kid Rock when he was back in time in 1974? Seriously, I was expecting Pamela Anderson to walk through one of those cabin doors.

Tonight’s episode was all about time with a few tidbits of the main story thrown in to entertain. The castaways kept jumping from time to time until it was finally over. The headaches were gone, the flashing had stopped, the nose bleeds dried up, and time travel was over. Whatever happened happened. (Daniel Faraday) The castaways are trapped in 1974, (Oh the horror, the height of monster bell bottom blue jeans) and separated from Jack, Hurley, Kate, Sayid, Ben, Locke and the rest of the castaways.

However, Sawyer, or Lafluer, moved on from Kate and is getting his groove on with Juliet. At one point tonight, I thought I was watching a classic Leave It To Beaver episode. (Ward, You were pretty hard on the Beaver last night!) Sawyer comes home from a hard day at work. Stops by the garden outside his cottage and picks a flower. Walks in and sees dinner on the table and his main squeeze Juliet, in the kitchen cooking dinner. They embrace, kiss, and exchange “I love you’s” to each other.

It’s to bad that Sawyer and Juliet have fallen smack dab in the middle of my Lost theory.

Just what is the Grassy Knoll Institutes Lost theory….I’ve been waiting since 1974 to tell you…
Although it appears the survivors of Oceanic flight 815 are on a tropical island, they are being deceived. There is no island. The survivors are in a virtual reality laboratory. All the castaways are interconnected to one another sharing each others thoughts, memories, and feelings. While in this virtual reality laboratory, a battery of physical and mental experiments are performed on them. And who is running these experiments? As Juliet stated, the Aliens of course.

Let’s take a closer look at tonight’s episode. We see Sawyer and Juliet working together like a well oiled machine. She has his back, kills for him, watches over him, listens to him, and allows him to take command. Sawyer slowly integrates into the Dharma Initiative, he even wears the jump suit. Sawyer and Juliet are living the simple life on the Lost island.

Until the end of tonight’s show when Jack, Hurley, and Kate show up. Kate looks longingly at Sawyer, and Sawyer looks at Kate. We all thought the same thing at the same time. (Love triangle) Hey, it’s the 70’s, a little Ménage à Trois could spice up Lost.

Are you following along here? OK, in a nutshell, Boy meets girl, rolls in the sand, girl meets another boy, rolls in sand with him, boy meets another girl, girl already rolled in sand with the other boy, but girl rolls in the sand with him anyway, boy and girl fall in love, set up house, boy picks flowers, girl cooks dinner, boy and girl roll in the sand, boy and girl believe life is grand. Boy gets phone call after rolling in sand with girl. Boy meets up with girl three years later. Both boy and girl think about the roll in the sand they had previously. And it starts all over again.

Sawyer and Juliet are unknowing subjects in a virtual reality experiment to study the dynamics of human love and relationships. Sawyer and Juliet are put in many different situations and time frames. They are then observed to see how they both adapt and develop. Notice how Sawyer and Juliet are ruthless killers in one scenario, and Ward and June Cleaver in another. Each scenario, they had each other’s back, were together, bonded. (And not in the armored car security guard bonded type)

You see folks, my virtual reality theory is real, viable, feasible. The castaways are not on an island, but in a lab, being studied by mysterious men supposedly government type men but in reality, are aliens.

Tidbits From Tonight’s Episode:

* Horace Goodspeed. Town drunk, village idiot, and large and in charge.

* Thanks anyway Plato.

* The statue returns. You remember, the four toed statue that was in total disrepair, during one of the flashes, the statue was erect. (Must of got a glimpse of Juliet’s cleavage)

* Amy was pregnant, Amy gave birth to a baby boy. Horace is the daddy.

* What the hell is the truce?

* Richard Alpert shows up, defeats the sonic fence defenses, and looks exactly how he did in the future, or the past, or whatever.

* Daniel sees a very young Charlotte in the camp. She waves to him.

* Amy was quite upset when Horace told her Richard wanted Paul’s body. What is Richard, some sort of evil gardener that plants dead bodies and watches them grow again?

With Lost not airing a new episode next week, expect to see a special Lost Update shining a light on time travel and what it means to Lost.

About tonight’s lyrics, by Boz Scaggs, pegs the episode perfectly, from beginning to the final scene of Kate and Sawyer starring into each others eyes.

Until next week, Get Lost!

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