Ok im pretty certain this has been brought up before.. Actually, I have a feeling I’ve brought this up before.. anyway.

In season 5, Ben, Locke (yes im calling him locke now) and Richard are in the jungle. Locke tells Richard to tell a time-flashing John that he needs to die etc.. Richard then gives real John a compass saying next time you see me i wont recognise you. How did Richard know this? Locke didnt tell him to do it.. Maybe he remembered meeting him in the 50’s but how would Richard know which time to give it to real John.  It all seems a bit strange..

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We’ve found many questions when it comes to the detonation of Jughead and its connection with the 2007 jump as well as the alternate timeline. Luckily, I’ve done some pseudo-scientific pondering and have come up with some interesting ideas.
It starts in 2004, when the Oceanic 6 leave the Island and the wheel is pushed, knocking the Island off its time axis. It seems here that the wheel itself is in its own timestream, for it the Losties flashed to a time where the wheel was stable, they would’ve stopped flashing. Anyway, in the 70’s, when the flashes stopped, we’ll say that this left a link between the time periods due to the constancy of time in the wheel chamber. So, in 1977, they detonate Jughead. This is the critical moment. Anyone who knows the history of black holes and wormholes knows the theory that such things link to parallel worlds, or possible create them. Either a wormhole or black hole can form from the intense concentration of energy in one point. This is Jughead’s run-in with the electromagnetic pocket. At the moment of the explosion, an amazing thing happens. The energy of the explosion and the energy of the electromagnetic pocket combine to form a singularity, which creates a second timeline. This singularity actually pulls all of the Jughead energy with it into the alternate timeline, crashing the Island and killing Jacob and Not-Locke.
At this point, things change in the alternate timeline. Jacob does not touch anyone, and the energy (inspired by , great idea) actually causes young Jack’s appendix to contract appendicitis, causing him to have it removed. This affects his future memory (the young age, Island boom, and painkillers), causing him to forget for years.
Back in the original timeline, the Incident still occurs. However, the violent spacetime event under the Island twists the wheel’s time connection and sends the Losties back to 2007. Due to the nature of time travel, they should’ve also been sitting by the hatch for 30 years in between, but in the LOST universe, time travel happens in jumps, not smooth (albeit contorted and shrunken) temporal movements.
Back to 2004, alternate timeline. Jack and Rose are talking on the plane. The temporal link in the original universe at the time of the Jughead detonation left a scar here, causing Jack’s melded memory and the rougher-than-expected turbulence. Nothing stange here.
Now for the future. Imagine the timeline being like a road, with a curve off the side that eventually folds back. This will happen in 2007. The link between the timelines eventually pulls Jack, Kate, Hugo, Sayid, and Sun in the alternate timeline to the Ajira 319 flight. At the time it crashes in the original timeline, they hit the original timeline take its place, to later land in Guam. There they are greeted by Charles Widmore, who takes them aboard his submarine to the Island.
This theory is amatuerish, I admit, but I like it. It seems to make sense with what we’ve already seen. I have no clue if this will be right, but it’s interesting to think about.

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Due to my obsession with this site and Lost, I feel as though i need to get just one more theory in before the season premiere.

Before I let you read this I will warn you, MEGA holes! This was just a quick thought that popped into my head so please go easy on me 🙂

Ok..

Jack..

This is my thought on why he wakes up in the middle of the jungle in ‘Pilot’

He wasnt there because of the Oceanic crash, he time traveled there (I’ll come back to this). The Jack that was on O815 died in the crash. When we see them about to crash, he puts on his seatbelt, so it seems highly unlikely he will wake up in the jungle with no chair attached to him.

Soo, he gets up, runs to the wreckage, starts moving people and bodies and what not.. So whats to say he doesnt hide his own body? He tells Kate he blacked out and doesnt remember crashing.. Because he didnt crash and his blackout was his death 🙂

So he time traveled to that point in time (i dont know how he does this but he seems to be wearing the same suit he wore when he landed in the 70s) and wakes up in the jungle with what appears (to me) to be Bens Batton (the thing with the knife inside that he uses to kill people). How he would have this, again, i have no idea.. Something to do with what happens after the Swan Site fight..?

Anyway so he wakes up, sees the batton, realises hes traveled through time and runs to the wreckage to hide his body.

Where the other 70’s losties are i dont know. Maybe he time traveled thanks to the FDW.

And i know this theory means he knows whats gonna happen on the island.. But i dunno, maybe his memory fades?

So when you start picking me apart and destroying me, please keep in mind i didnt think this all the way through and that i really am a nice person who doesnt deserve to be tortured for this awful theory 🙂

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I noticed that most of the theories about time travel involve the “what”s of the events. Well, I feel like explaining the “how” of the time travel and the FDW. If you remember, when Locke watched the orientation film at the Orchid, Dr. Chang mentioned that the Island’s unique properties created a large Casmir effect, and hidden nearby was a vast quantity of exotic matter. In physics, the Casmir effect is a quantum mechanical phenomena that creates negative energy. Exotic matter is another name for negative matter, stuff that weighs less than zero. Now, most theoretical physicists, such as Stephen Hawking, believe that the laws of physics prohibit time travel in all regions except those that contain a large enough quantity of negative matter or energy. According to most time travel theories in mainstream physics, to travel through time you must have large quantities of both negative and positive matter or energy. We already know that the Island has a significant quantity of electromagnetic energy, not to mention the standard electromagnetic and gravitational energy that all matter possesses. However, the energies can’t cause time travel just by sitting there. They must be manipulated to make at least a part of space travel near or past the speed of light, depending on whether you want to go to the future or past. My idea is that the FDW is a kind of stirring device. It mechanically pushes a huge machine to stir up the exotic and normal matter in such a way to bend time around the Island. Tell me what you think!

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This is my theory about who Jacob and his nemesis are. I have come to this conclusion after watching the finale for the third time. Jacob and his nemesis who i’ve dubbed the anti-Jacob are both gods, most likely a type of egyptian god coming from a pantheon of other gods like them. They are special because they have been chosen to judge the nature of the ultimate earthly creations, humans. Are they good or evil? The island was created as a kind of place, separate from the rest of humanity, where certain people could be judged without other variables. The reason that Jacob and anti-Jacob are enemies is because they both have differing views on whether humans are evil or good. Jacob believes that humans are good by nature and that when faced with tough situations, ultimately they will make the right decision. Jacob brings groups of people to the island and unleashes them there. He thinks that all of humankind on earth should be told about the true nature of the universe, about creation, and about the existence of the gods. He believes that when faced with these things people will be accepting that there are beings with higher power than them in the universe and will continue to live their lives without trying to take that power for themselves. The anti-Jacob believes that humans are evil by nature and will do anything to further themselves. He knows that even when humans don’t always make bad decisions, they at least consider making bad decisions in their mind. That is why he manifests himself as the smoke monster, so that he can look deep into the souls of humans and determine their thoughts. Perhaps the smoke monster doesn’t kill bad people and leave good people, but the opposite. When he finds a person who is ultimately good, like Ecko, he kills them because he doesn’t want Jacob to discover them. In the same way the anti-Jacob also manifests himself as a person from different humans lives to either put them in dangerous situations where they might die or to put them in situations that push them down the path to being evil. The anti-Jacob thinks that he can make humans do things that they normally wouldn’t do on their own. He thinks he can make them try to take the power of the gods for themselves. He knows that the ultimate way he can prove that humans are evil is if he can persuade one to do something very bad, like attempting to kill Jacob. In order to do this, anti-Jacob (already as Locke) makes sure that Richard tells Locke that he needs to bring everyone back to the island and that he is going to need to die. When the plane brings Locke’s body back to the island, anti-Jacob manifests himself as Locke in the same way he manifests himself as Christian Shepherd. As Locke, anti-Jacob is in a perfect position to make Ben do whatever he says. Anti-Jacob also convinces Ben further by manifesting himself as Ben’s daughter. When Ben is completely under anti-Jacobs control he convinces him to kill Jacob. Since Jacob is immortal I think he survives being stabbed and burned by Ben and anti-Jacob. After Jacob survives he will come to the realization that the humans who he believed were good, who he protected, are ultimately evil by nature.

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Hi, new here. I never had the gall to join the original Lost-Theories.com. But scince this is a newer community, I felt better about it.

Sorry if this is repeat.

Before I start, I’m not a scientist of any kind. I know barely anything about science. So… yeah.

I’ve got a feeling we’re going to be getting into parallel universes in season 5. Think about it: Without them, our current state on the island runs into a grandfather paradox. If you don’t know, basically the idea is this:

Suppose you were able to go back in time. Say you went back to before your parents were born. You would not be able to kill your grandfather. Why? If you did, time is altered, and one of your parents is not born, so you are not born. If you are not born, you cannot go back in time to kill your grandfather, so you are born… and so it continues, causing a paradox so large that the universe cannot “course correct” it. The idea is, there must be some mechanism stopping you from doing so. Our characters have run into a similar situation:

The hatch brought them to the island, which brought them back in time. If they destroy the island… then there can’t be a hatch… which means they don’t come to the island, and they don’t go back in time, and they don’t destroy the island. Not to mention the fact that our 316ers are STILL ON THE ISLAND IN 2007.

I believe that the explosion of the bomb was such a big change in history that the universe had no way of course correcting it. The event was squeezed out of the current timeline, creating a whole new ones, in which a new course of actions would unfold. What happens in our original timeline? Thats what I’m not sure about. Perhaps the bomb didn’t explode in the original timeline (personallly, I think this happened).

The inversed titles at the end could be a hint at this, at how the explosion pushed itself into an all new universe.

One question I have though, why did the island dissapear at the end of the 4th season? Because its not gone, its still there in 2007…

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Just wondering if maybe the Dr Chang and Miles are the only ones in the show who speak the truth. Dr Cheng is the one behind the whole time travel thing (he believes dan when he tells him that Miles is his son and he was in all those videos) and he tries to stop “the incident from happening”. Miles also is very knowledgable. He tells Hurley (and the viewer) how the time travel thingy works and how things can never be changed, (btw Dan sayin that they could change things must be bull cos otherwise there would be no room for a 6th seris). He also says that prehaps the “incident” was the bomb. prehaps Miles is the writers way of showing what will happen in the future (or past, im confused)

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So, boom.

I think we can assume that the bomb went off (if it didn’t, that would be lame) and ‘the incident’ was averted. As Miles pointed out, it could be that the bomb detonating was ‘the incident’, but I think that this outcome would be a little lame as well. So the island and all those on it when the bomb exploded are gone. Where does that leave us?

This would mean no record of this episode in our linear history. That is, by only observing the events that we have record of in our timeline, there was never an island. But consider the possibility that along our straight, linear timeline are loops. Loops that leave our linear history but then join back to where they left off the linear path. For all intensive purposes, the events on the loop never happened. But they did. They happened in order that they never happened.

There is now no island, because it was blown up. But it was only blown up as a result of the actions of people who were only there due to ‘the incident’ and so the subsequent plane crash. Which, due to the bomb, didn’t happen. This has now created an infinite time loop, which in effect, doesn’t exist.

So how does Jacob fit into all of this? He’s from the future. He’s here to make sure that all these events occur so that the island never existed. Why? That remains to be told, but I’d imagine that the result of the island existing has disastrous effects in the future of the world. Jacob is able to influence actions and events as he can travel through time in a more controlled fashion due to the island’s time-travelling capabilities being further understood in the future. Remember Jacob sitting on the beach with the Black Rock in the distance. He’s been here, at various points, from the beginning.

I know there’s holes in my theory and questions unanswered, but I’d love to hear some feedback.

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Whatever happened, happened. But what if certain people could change things? Like Jacob could, but he isn’t able to do so because of the rules. Except what if he brought people to the island, and everyone he ‘touched’ was now one of these free thinking variables Daniel described? I think Jack Kate Sawyer Sayid John Sun Jin, and Hurley can now make decisions that alter this, game like, time circle of reoccurring events the islands on, the one the Jacob and ‘the man in black’ may have been describing. Every time one of them has followed their ‘faith’ and did what they felt they were meant to do it significantly altered the way things were going’ and it normally resulted in the sky turning purple and a high frequency noise. I think every time we see the sky turn into that bright white purple light, it is because it has shifted out of this cycle of time, caused by the actions of one of the people Jacob touched.

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On one hand we have Jacob, on the other…

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It seems to be that some people or maybe it could be that everyone in lost is stuck in a time loop, but they need to get saved!

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I have always loved acronyms, although this one may need some work.

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As soon as I saw that Lost’s 100th episode was titled “The Variable” my mind immediately focused on Faraday. While a constant represents a value that is unchanging a variable represents change. This is why I think that the newly returned Faraday came back because he has figured out a way to change time. Now this would apparently violate the whatever happened happened rule, but what if time changing was always what happened? I know that seems a little nonsensical but what if events like the purge occured due to Faraday changing time, it follows that this change in time was what always happened. Another piece of support for this theory is the timeline map that Ceasar finds in “the life and death of jeremy bentham”. There’s a distinction between real time and various other extrapolates of an over-arching time line. So maybe the over-arching timeline includes a change in a subset timeline.

So I was thinking what exactly Faraday would do to change time and I ended up thinking of jughead. In the episode he asks ellie to bury it because “50 years from now this island is still here”. So jughead was buried and stayed that way for 50 years, maybe Faraday will attempt to change this fact. Feel free to share you opinions.

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OK, so last night I was watching old LOST episodes, and I watched “The Constant.” It made me wonder something. Daniel said that the constant must be something the same in both times, and you must make some type of contact. So my question is, why couldn’t Daniel be Desmond’s constant? Just like w/ Penny, Desmond visited him in the past and called him in the present. So why did Desmond have to use Penny as him constant when Daniel was in both times?

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This is my first theory, and I know this is highly unlikely, but several of the Island’s mysterious properties seem to be consistent with what you may find near a magnetospheric eternally collapsing object (MECO). A MECO could greatly warp time and space, creating some of the Island’s odd properties. In addition, a MECO generates a huge electromagnetic field, which as we know the Island has, and the Swan was made to study it. So maybe, just maybe, the Island could be sitting on top of a MECO. The MECO could also exhibit peculiar behavior such as moving the Island through space, and mutating something via its EM field to create a healing virus. IDK, just an idea from a physics nerd.

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There’s been a lot of theorising and about Ben’s memory – whether he remembers our Losties or not – which is a good question indeed.. Ben’s deveious nature makes it almost impossible to Tell so far.. Therefore we’ll have to hold our breath a little longer still. And besides, I have my own theory about that which I will explain later, but first. But what about Danielle..? I can’t remember it being stated before, so I’ve always thought that Ben had someone take baby Alex on his behalf. I never thought he did it himself, am I wrong, please Tell me.. Because I find it really strange that Danielle doesn’t seem to remember Ben.. Alone for 16 years of delusion and madness or not – I would still remember the face of the man that stole my baby girl from me, especially after getting such good look, wouldn’t you as well? I do know that her memory has been brought up before, regarding her encounter with Jin, but I actually don’t think we can make anything out of that. I can’t recall Jin and Danielle ever really integrating in 2004, she might have seen him in the camp or something but didn’t pay much attention to him.. But the face of Benjamin Linus – the man who really took her everything should be burned into her memory forever. And still, when Ben finds his way into one of Danielle’s traps, she just handed him over to Sayid simply identifying Ben as “One of Them” First of all, I for one would either try to trade him for my daughter back – or if all hope is lost: let my revenge fall upon him.. Danielle does neither.. She just gives him away…or did she really..? Haven’t many of us wondered exactly how Ben ended up in Danielle’s net..? And yes, I know that she shoots him down – with an arrow no less.. But it isn’t lethal. now, is it..? And besides, why the Hell does he run..? Ben knows who Danielle is for sure, and whether she remembers him or not – he should expect an arrow in his back, if he’s truly stupid enough to turn it against her. Now, one could say that he ran off, afraid that Danielle indeed WOULD remember him any time and flip out, but I don’t know.. Could it also be that she was actually helping Ben..? If I’m not misstaking, Ben eventually Tells Locke(down in the hatch I think) the reason he came was to get him, Because John is “One of the Good Guys” If getting Locke was his mission(which, in spite of Ben’s lying nature, actually might be true) then he would need a way in.. It’s possible that he approached Danielle with a proposal, to infiltrate the Losties, The arrow being a part of this. After all, Ben has proved time after time, that he can take a hit, he’s not afraid of pain. Come to think of it, I don’t think any other character has been through as much pain and beating as Ben. Besides, he knew Jack would be there to help out and patch him up, of course. If she does this for him she’ll get Alex back. Honest or not, we know that Ben eventually does indeed so, when he Tells Alex that he’s going to turn her over to the Losties, and thus, her Mother, which he knows is affiliated with Danielle, but he leaves that part out. When they do meet for the first time Ben is the one who breaks the ice with something like: Alex, this is your Mother.. Could I be on to something, or is this too crazy, even for Lost..? As for Bens memories, I’m beginning to think that he’s always known the Losties.. Something stuck with me from the moment he said it, when Alex asked him why he just wouldn’t let the Losties leave.. He almost cried out desperately: “Because I cant!” To me, along with other things he’s said, that always sounded like: “Dammit, why doesn’t anyone listen to me – I REALLY can’t let them leave!” I’ve always felt really strongly about this ever since Through the Looking Glass. We don’t know exactly how things will play out even if most people hide behind the Whatever happened – Happened foundation upon which so much clearly seems to rest. However, we still only have Faradays word on it. And even if it is/were true maybe it doesn’t always was/have to/will be. As we also know there are atleast one wildcard we all love -Desmond, whom I’m sure will get back on track with destiny/and, or perhaps rather – free will, you know what I mean;) His part in this story is nowhere near over, and Bens attempt on Dessies life, as well as thretening that of Penny’s – Desmond may finally realize that the Island isn’t done with him. Besides, if/when he decides to go back, he knows of two key players that will surely aid him – Eloise Hawking and Whidmore. Hawking for reasons we have yet to fully understand(the greater good of all – feels ok by me) and Whidmore if nothing else – simply to aid in the destruction of Ben(I do however not trust Whidmore any more than I trust Ben – to me it was clear that Charles was banished by his own doing, breaking the rules. Ben surely had his hand in it – but from their parting words at the dock, it sounds nothing like Charles was “tricked” into leaving). I don’t think Desmond is far behind, that’s for sure. Anyway, I think the reason Ben couldn’t let the Losties leave was because they still had things to do, things they had to, were supposed to do in order for one or many things to get in motion, the Donkey Wheel perhaps(We don’t know how far the neccecary chain of events stretch or how important the Losties part in it may have been, but.. One thing with this theory That bothered me for a while was the fact that Ben then, so suddenly, after being rescued by Richard from Keamy changed about it: What was the arrangement? They help us save you, we let them off the Island.. “Fair enough” Surprised, Kate asks nervously, “So we can go… off the Island? That’s it?” “That’s it..”At first I thought, what the Hell, was he BS’ing all the time, but recently I got to think that doesn’t have to be the case. It could have been that their part for then was just over, they’d reached their present destination. And if Ben does indeed remember them and perhaps know about course-correction(and or other things we have yet been revealed to) He would know that the Losties came to Dharmaville three years apart, wouldn’t he. The fact is Ben seems to know a thing or two about the Islands time qualities. When checking in at the Hotel after moving the wheel he aks for the date, and then himself adding 2005..? which the clerk confirms So for whatever reason, Ben seemed to know that he had traveled ten months, which I have yet to figure out how, as I thought the distance in time travelled would be random, especially/or at least – when the wheel gets stuck and go all skipping on their asses. But Ben knew(And it could of course be a predetermined course/distance since the exit seem to be, but I’m gonna put my Heart into this and will go after anything that can keep it rolling)he would travel 10 months. And when he sees Sayid on the TV at the hotel I wouldn’t call the expression on his face – surprised, I just rewatched it, it’s hard to Tell what he’s feeling, but it doesn’t strike me as surprise, if so then he has an even better pokerface than we all already give him welldeserved credit for. Especially since there was no one there to keep a straight face for. He may have decided from the moment he heard the orders were to move the Island – to turn the wheel himself. Knowing the consequences – he thus realized that he himself would be the one actually responible for bringing them back, and them ending up with the Dharmas – which ties in to why Ben so quickly changed his mind about allowing them to leave so sudden. What happened between his conversation with Alex “Because I can’t!”(Through the Looking Glass) and simply letting them go “Is that it..?”(There no place like Home) The answer is their orders. Just the night before letting them go Ben finds out the Island is to be moved. And that’s why it doesn’t really matter anymore, they will come back in anyway, he knows this, he will be an active part of it, and that can’t(or can it) be changed.

Also, do you remember just before that, when Locke Ben and Hurley were looking for Jacobs cabin and they had to stop at the Dharma Mass-grave, Hurley asks: “So this is where you shot Locke and left him for dead huh? Yes, Hugo, I was standing right where you’re standing now when I pulled the trigger. I should have realized at the time that it was pointless. I really wasn’t thinking clearly.” “At the time..” He Knew John couldn’t possibly die as he would survive to travel through time and do his thing. And even if Richard and the rest of the Others didn’t Tell Ben about Locke, I’m sure at least Ethan would have, after shooting him in the jungle.. So really, in by all logic and reason Ben should know(If not the Losties themselves, then he at least know OF them – Locke if no one else) However, in times of frustration Ben and John both have shown to act irrationally on their feelings, to lose control every once in a while. Ben acknowledges this without them even knowing it by basically saying that sometimes you snap and go against logic you know to be true. And as I strongly believe Ben to lie about his knowledge of John resurection: “I’m gonna miss you John..” planning to off him again, playing Ceasar against him(Since Ben obviously had no problem getting the shotgun from Ceasar, there were no real need to go so hardcore-lying on his ass.) unless, in spite of his own claims really were going to use Ceasar but then decided he needed Locke for a while longer. But as Alex/Cerberus/Smokie/the Monster(whatever you’re comfortable with) so clearly states, he was indeed planning on taking John life once again. Why would he..? Because NOW he can – John has already done his time in the past(as far as me know anyway, there so Telling when/where/if our Losties will reunite) And because John is no longer protected by time – Cerberus(My own favorite) must step in its place to make sure John is safe – making clear beyond anything else to Ben that if he doesn’t let go now, he will be dstroyed. And when facing John again Ben states that “It let me live..” Rather than “It forgave me..” I’m not sure whether Ben was forgiven or not – it may be that Ben is temporarily spared out of neccesity, served to John as a follower, or pawn perhaps even.. Anyway, that’s all I have for know. Please give me you imput, help me build a case or poke a hole in it, I’d love to hear everybodys thoughts..

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I’m going to take a shot at an overall theory here. It’s based on my own observations as well as everything I have read on the many forums. So here we go…

The show is starting to take on a final form now. We know a lot more about things and theories are starting to get harder to come up with because the picture is starting to narrow. What I see in front of me now is a show with only a few really big mysteries left. The are:

—The Island itself.
The actual earth/trees/rocks of the island. Being as we know “exotic material” exists on the island. It seems likely the islands special features are comming directly from this source. What might that source be?

—Smokie
Smokie is attached to the island and in some way has a purpose. So far, all we know is it is some form of security system. It can identify/scan you in some way. It can kill your ass! It can not pass a sonic fence. It can also manifest itself in the shape of human form, and probably many other forms.

—The Others and Richard Alpert
-Once you’re an other you can’t go back (apparently). Unless your Juliet and you get judged and branded. Then your something else.. I guess. Richard is ageless. They are working for the island… maybe. They get new recruits. They have a weird thing with leaders. They probably know pretty much exactly what is going on but are very protective of that.

— THE END GAME

What in the hell is the point of this show? Not many people seem to talk about this one point. Is the world going to end? The Valenzetti equation seemed to state that is exactly what the numbers meant. To predict the date that man would destory itself. We have a lot of stuff about duality, a war, science and faith. Fate and Choice.

This leads me finally.. to my theory.

At some point in time. Be it past or future. The Exotic material ended up on the island. I’m going to place my bets on a meteor for now, maybe dark matter/mirror matter. Something that crashed onto the island (not a UFO!!!). When this happened the island got all it’s properties. Specifically, some form of time shifting and electromagnetism.

So the island is now super special. An anomaly. If this happened in the past. The island collected people and caused various strange events until it got to a certain point in time. A point I believe is in the future for us watching the show. As in a timeline past 2007 that we haven’t seen.

In this future the world is going to end. Something is going to happen because of the island and because of all the meddling from various sources. Possibly Jughead and Electromagnestism are going to mix. That would be bad. So the people of this future decide to do something as a last ditch to stop it all from happening. They take the island and set it up to send it back in time. Back with a purpose and a crew to travel through thousands of years in time to stop in some way the events leading to the end. To collect data…

Smokie is from that future and is a security system. One meant to protect the island as it collects data. Smokey may even be the data collector. Or maybe there is a lot of smokies? I do think Smokie(s) is nanobots. Pulled from the exotic material maybe? Engineered by the people of the future? Who knows.

Richard and his pose are the workers on the island. They do what has to be done to keep things safe as the island travels and collects what it needs. They may or may not be human. They might be like smokie. They might be immortal because of technology from the future.

Jacob.. well this is tough. I used to think Jacob was the driver of the island. That he controlled everyhting. Now I am thinking more that Jacob is going to be more random than that. That he is trapped by something, the incident maybe; and will come into play at the endgame. When it comes time to change things.

I do believe the entire series so far is showing us things that have always happened. The end game is “Can they actually change fate?”. Desmond maybe part of that and maybe Jacob as well.

The Losties are all picked by the island to move towards it’s final goal. To change the course of time. To break the rules and actually stop course correction.

Locke and Christian/Claire are all part of the island now. They are helping out it’s mission. Somehow they are different. Maybe they are part of Jacob. Existing in some realm outside time/space? Which allows them to be the hands and fingers of the island. To reach it’s goal.

That’s it! What do you folks think?

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Everyone knows that Ben is nto great at revealing what he knows.

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So Our New Friend Ceaser is sitting in his comfy 1st class seat, Then the plane starts to shake, and this ” Big guy with curly hair” Tells him to close his eyes. After a blinding flash of light, The ” Big guy with curly hair” Vanishes. Along with a few other members of the 1st class section. Where did they go. I believe they went back in time.

I Believe that when the flash happened Hurley, Jack, and Kate ( Mabye Sayid ) Jumped back in time to the 70’s. Dharma Era. The rest of the plane ( Including Ben, Locke, Sun, and Lupidus) crashed in the present. ( Well ” Island Present” which is a totally different thing )

The Present Day People ( Ben, Locke, Ceaser ) Find a Abandoned Dharma station. They quickly set out to finding shotguns, and mangoes.

The 70’s Folk ( Jack Huley Kate ) quickly run into Jin. He gives them a brief summary to what has been happening over the last 3 months. And he gets them some nice new Dharma suits so they fit in!

Back to the Present People. Lupidus and Sun take one of the ” Other” ‘s Boats, that was left there from when the other’s lived on the Small Island. Frank, and Sun Travel over to the main Island. They arrive at their old camp, ( Good as new! It has only been a few months!) Sun immediately starts to search through everyone’s things, ( looking for something?? )

On the Small Island!! Locke wakes up from his Death, Eats a Mango, makes friends with Ceaser, and finds Ben. When Ben wakes up, they have a Heart to Heart! ( Touching, But They Have Work To Do ) Locke, Ben, and Ceaser take the Second boat and set sail to the old camp ( Feeling Nostalgic?? ). When they arrive their they find the camp turned upside down from Sun’s frantic searching. Ben and Locke run on into the woods in search of Sun.

Now This time is also the same as when Faraday, Sawyer, Charlotte, Miles, Past Locke, and Juliet came marching back from the Hatch, early in the season. They are still traveling through time. And Faraday has just talked to Desmond. They arrive back and see that their camp has returned, and they have a nice set of boats as well. ( With a handy Aija Airways Water bottle ). They get in their boat and sail off into the sea.

Meanwhile, Locke’s crew meets up With Sun’s and they decide to return to the beach. They get back and see their boat missing, and someone paddling away in the distance. They get in their boat and go after them, They are assuming it is Present Day Sawyer and Company. But Ceaser, no knowing the situation, wips out his newly acquired shotgun, and dying to try it out, Takes a few shots at the boat. He gets a little return fire, and takes a hit to the chest. Goodbye Ceaser.
Then the boat ahead of them vanishes, leaving everyone, but Locke , baffled.

That is my theory on how the next events will play out. I didn’t explain much, but that is because i don’t have an explanation for it. Please leave your comments, and feedback bellow.

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OK this has probably been disscussed a lot of times before but i just wanted to reopen it from our new perspective in which time travel is very possible.

The very first shot in the first episode of the first season is Jack lying far enough from the plane that he had to run for a while to reach the wreck. Heres what im saying to me there is no way that Jack couldve been flung by himself to the distance he was away from the plane, if you think about it i dont think that is possible at all considering he is completely in one piece, how could he have fallen out the plane and even still be alive let alone not have a scratch.

So this leads me to believe that Jack time travelled to the exact point in time when the plane crashed, He was lying in exactly the same way as when Ben warped to tunisia. Im pretty convinced that we will learn that this was a time travel on jacks part im not sure why or how but im pretty convinced of that. I wanted to know if anyones considered this after the events of season 4 and so far in season 5.

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