Though the third episode to the second season of
LOST has probably been the most revealing show yet, there is still
ton to learn. Actually, the information presented in the latest episode
opened more doors of possibilities rather than closing any. It turns out
that a corporation has built a center on the island where a team of two
sits around to do tests on various studies that include The Hanso Life-Extension
Project, The Hanso Quest for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence
and The Hanso Cryogenics Development Imperative. According to an
orientation video, something has happened that has caused the scientific
corporation, The Hanso Foundation, to create a countdown sequence that needs
to be reset every 108 minutes. What happens if you don't reset the countdown
you ask? Well, according to Desmond, something near to that of the end of
the world. What the?
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LOST Theories Find New Sources
The theories for LOST are bound to flood
the internet thanks to this latest episode of the show. Though Desmond mentions
that the world will end, the orientation video says no such thing; except
for the fact that the countdown sequence must be reset. Another issue is
that the video has a couple skips and glitches, causing us to miss some
information that may be valuable in order to figure out what the hell this
sequence is for.
To start, what is the reasoning behind the number 108? If it is in relation
to chapter 108 in the Quran, then it relates to abundance and faith. A person
who is not willing to make a sacrifice based strictly on faith, will lose
all hope for the future. Does this chapter relate any to Jack? Who knows,
but thought I'd throw it out there.
Is it possible that the facility is just one giant
psychology test, like Jack mentions, or is that as solid as a fart in the
wind? Personally, it does seem like a typical psych test to fuck with peoples
minds, but there is something more here. Unfortunately the third episode
for LOST has made me, well, completely lost. Luckily, ABC is setting
up the second info site for the show titled under the mysterious
Hanso Foundation. Though the new site barely shows any new
information or clues for the show, it does feature some interesting fields
of study by Hanso and friends.
The number one field of study that popped up on my radar was that of The
Hanso Cryogenics Development Imperative. Put this study right next
to The Hanso Life-Extension Project and we can kind of see the
goals closest to Mr. Hanso's mind. Is this show something like Vanilla
Sky, with a company similar to LE looking over all these characters
grouped together in a cryogenic freezer? Therefore, I can keep my theory
that all the characters did in fact die but, instead of going to purgatory,
they have all been placed in the same cryogenic freezer to live on in a
Well shit, I am babbling. Head over to The
Hanso Foundation to get even more sucked in to the hit series
that has us all LOST.
Stay tuned for updates.