• LostonLost


    February 8, 2009 by LostonLost

    Hey Eveyone,

    So this is my thought about why the numbers exist.... i think that in the episode "Jughead" when the bomb is revealed Daniel tells Ellie to burry the bomb. He says that it is a hydrogen bomb and that the most sensible thing to do would be to burry it so it doesnt detinate since he is from the future. He tells her that the island will be just fine 50 years from now. I beleve that possibly the army developed a sequence of the numbers which add up to the sum of 108 that was a specific code to keep the buried bomb in tact. This may be why Desmond once said "just saving the world",and when the numbers were not typed into the computer the hatch where the bomb may have been located imploded and the sky turned purple due to the hydroge…

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  • LostonLost


    February 8, 2009 by LostonLost

    Hey Eveyone,

    So this is my thought about why the numbers exist.... i think that in the episode "Jughead" when the bomb is revealed Daniel tells Ellie to burry the bomb. He says that it is a hydrogen bomb and that the most sensible thing to do would be to burry it so it doesnt detinate since he is from the future. He tells her that the island will be just fine 50 years from now. I beleve that possibly the army developed a sequence of the numbers which add up to the sum of 108 that was a specific code to keep the buried bomb in tact. This may be why Desmond once said "just saving the world",and when the numbers were not typed into the computer the hatch where the bomb may have been located imploded and the sky turned purple due to the hydroge…

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  • Ilovesawyer

    Jins alive!!!

    February 8, 2009 by Ilovesawyer

    YAYAYYAYAYYY!!!!! JINS ALIVE!!!!! I'm sooooo happpy!!! i knew they wouldn't kill him off!!

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  • Leaiceprincess


    February 8, 2009 by Leaiceprincess

    So I have this theory; it links the monster (the black smoke), why Richard Alpert never ages, "The Incident," the purpose of the Arrow, the numbers, ect. It might link other things too.... So the Arrow, the place where Horace Godspeed worked (he was a mathematician), was the place where the Dharma Initiative tested electromagnetic energy in numbers. Some numbers would have too much harnessed electromagnetic energy, and some would have too little. The numbers (4 8 15 16 23 42) were the numbers that had the perfect amount of electromagnetic energy (that may be why the numbers are so "lucky"). "The Incident" was when some numbers that were tested had too much electromagnetic energy, and electromagnetic energy (that had the potential to be har…

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  • Jerg74


    February 7, 2009 by Jerg74

    Is Locke's body the key to returning to the island? I'm just throwing out ideas to get some feedback. I'm thinking that Christian Shepard was the cause of the Oceanic crash. After he dies his body had to return to the island(assuming he had been there before). Also could this be the reason the Black Rock is on the island? Was it carrying Magnus Hanso's body?

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  • Orhan94

    Adam and Eve

    February 7, 2009 by Orhan94

    As Season 5 is centered about the Island's moves in time, and the possibility of stopping it, I'm more and more convinced that Adam and Eve are actually two characters we know/are about to meet in Season 5, posibbly those characters are going to die in the past and stop moving with the Island and are left in the Caves, becoming the Adam and Eve we get to know in Season 1. Other possiblity is that the Island stops moving and the Losties are left in the Island's past and die of natural causes (or the Sickness?), while residing at the Caves.

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  • Arjayoh

    The Little Prince

    February 7, 2009 by Arjayoh

    This episode was a little disappointing for me. The opening scene seemed completely unnecessary; what's that? Jack's going to ask the 6 to lie tomorrow? Kate's going to KEEP Aaron?!? From a storytelling point of view we learn nothing and it just bloats the episode. The adventures of those left on the island are bound to be interesting, with the time swings bringing them to various important parts in the islands history. However, maybe this is just me but I don't feel that "Sawyer misses Kate" is a particulary suitable C storyline, nor one that needed to be dragged through the whole episode. Yes we already know that, no we don't need to be hit over the head with it, "How did it make you feel seeing Kate again?" asks Juliet. This is a woman …

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  • Vaderdom

    jeremy bentham

    February 7, 2009 by Vaderdom

    so....i have a theory. locke takes the allias jeremy bentham when he returns to the u.s. as a corpse. jeremy bentmam was a 18th and 19th century philospher. he also came up with the idea for the panopticon prison system. many of his thories on prison systems,and panoptic survalence coinside with many themes from lost. and here is a real kicker. upon his death jeremy bentham requested that his body be preserved and put on display. in the preservation process his head was damaged so they made one out of wax. perhaps lockes body isnt real. just made to cause the group to get together and go to the island. maybe thats why the butcher had to put it in the freezer, but i supose a corpse would need to be refirgerated aswell. either way lockes not…

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  • Xbenlinusx

    The Lost writers/producers said there are "no paradoxes" within Lost time travel.

    They're a bunch of filthy liars, because the Wikipedia article on the Predestination paradox describes Lost time travel exactly.

    2/3/2010 Update:

    And now, they acknowledge there are paradoxes in an EW interview:

    "The idea of continuing to do paradoxical storytelling is not what we’re interested in this year."


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  • Theorom

    hi, you know that Chinese Dharma guy on the videos... well, remember when he was looking after a baby?-presumably his son, i reckon its miles. When they ask how long hes been on the island but he says its his first time, the guy goes "are you sure about that". I bet Miles was that baby, meaning that hes been there before. He might have been sent back to the US and become an orphane or something.

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  • Flower child

    Don't get me wrong, I love LOST. I love it because it combines my favorite genres: it is a terrific mystery (with legitimate clues) and a wonderful character stody. It does these things so well in fact, that I've been brought along to enjoy the funky sci-fi aspect, which is not usually my gig. Particularly Seasons One and Three had it all: tension, intrigue, hope, humor, literary techniques, Biblical symbolism, and that wonderful character development. I believed (and I'm saying this as a former English teacher) that it was well on its way to becoming a film masterpiece. Then came Season Four with those very melancholy Flashforwards. The Season Five opener was a disappointment as well. Go back to your roots. Focus on your charac…

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  • Mistertrouble189

    The Little Prince

    February 6, 2009 by Mistertrouble189

    My thoughts on 5x04 - The Little Prince

    I felt that adventures on the Island in the episode was a bit slow. However I liked how they traveled back to the time where the 815s were present. When I saw that light, I immeadiately knew it was the Hatch and why Locke wanted to avoid going to check out the light (the others were unaware of what it was/when they were). And seeing Kate and Claire.

    I wonder who were shooting at Sawyer and crew (Haha! Pun!) when they were out in the ocean. And who messed up the beach camp? Where did the Arija Airways water bottle come from? Did a plane from that airline crash with the Oceanic 6 aboard?

    About Dan Norton and related-drama, me and my mom guessed that the client was actually Ben when we saw the little twist wi…

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  • Niconstant


    February 6, 2009 by Niconstant

    aww, sawyer loves kate!!!!!!

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  • Coconut Internet

    Nosebleed Emoticon

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  • Primative


    February 5, 2009 by Primative

    so, i noticed that dan norton tells ben that yemi told him that the guy at santa monica was murdered before reyes escaped. yemi he said, yemi. wat?

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  • MikeC81

    Hi all. After just watching the little prince i noticed around about 40.42 and 40.45 when Jin is talking to Danielle. In the background there is a female that looks very similar to Charlotte. I havent been able to get a screen grab as of yet. But mayby this links to the comemments made earliar in the program about how long people have been on the island.

    wonder if anyone else noticed it????

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  • Dooz

    If you recall the Volvic mineral water commercials, George (who is a very real volcano played by Matt Berry) was always accompanied by a flock of birds. Being that George is the driving force behind the island (proven at some point, I'unno), this bird is one of his, and its presence is to be taken as a message of impending doom, much like Martha Stewart or My Chemical Romance is for our world.

    Also, the four-toed statue is a Martian's foot, turned to stone in an epic Kaijou fight between the Martian and Medusa. Hurley is really Jesus.

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  • Lycophron

    In "Jughead" Juliet says that the others speak Latin because it is "the language of the enlightened." The word "enlightened" translates into the Latin word "Illuminati" (plural) or "Illuminatus" (sigular). "The Illuminati" historically refers to what are supposed to be a secret society that are the subject of conspiracy theories (lately, the New World Order - Novus Ordo Seclorum if you look under the pyramid on the back of your dollar bill) and mentioned prominently in such works as (of course) The Illuminatus! Trilogy by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson. So, perhaps the authors are making an analogy (or more than an analogy) between Richard Alpert and his crew and the Bavarian Illuminati. Freemasons...The Temple, etc. And why hasn't an…

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  • Conar

    The adventures of Jack.

    February 5, 2009 by Conar

    JACK IS BACK. Now that Jack (Without a Beard) has teamed up with Ben, he must do everything he can to return to the island. He will probably attempt to bring the other survivors back to the island. But nothing on Lost never goes as planned....

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  • Crash815

    Lost 4Ever Getting Started

    February 5, 2009 by Crash815

    Hey! I'm trying to get people interested in my Fan Fiction. It's a side story to what's happening on the show. It can be read here. Just like the show, it's necessary to read every chapter to understand completely. Also, it's necessary to be familiar with the three Lost novels (Secret Identity, Endangered Species, and Signs of Life) and the video game episodes (Force Majeure, A New Day, Via Domus, Forty-Two, Hotel Persephone, Whatever It Takes, Worth a Thousand Words). However, reading the Lostpedia synosis of each of these would likely be sufficient knowledge. In addition to the Lostpedia articles of the novels and the video games, I have written a brief summary of what's happened during seasons 1-4 and the Lost Chronicles. It has three p…

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  • Robartes

    here is my overarching theory in a nutshell... in the world of LOST, time as we all would experience it does not "naturally" flow in a linear manner. it is scattershot like in slaughterhouse five. however at some point four-toed aliens came along and built a machine that made time flow in a linear manner, a way that humans can comprehend. that machine is the island. the island is very important. it is a lock on time, making it run straight. but all locks can be picked. so there must be a lock on the lock. and locke is the lock on the lock. he is what will or will not keep the island (a machine that keeps time flowing in a logical way in which humans can experience life without going nuts) working properly.


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  • Discostar


    February 3, 2009 by Discostar

    ok im new to all this but why does the compuss that richard gives to locke have an O on it instead of a W for west?? check out the picture on the compuss page.

    And.... (lol) locke being special to the others and richard is a self fulfiling prophecy isnt it? he pops up in the 50's to richard, who dosnt know him, tells richard jacob sent him, gives him the compuss and as far as richard is concerned, locke is this special person that has knoweldge that he should not i would imagine that if locke keeps popping up in different time shifts, chasing richard down to find out how to save the island and the people on it, with various degrees of knowledge, then they are gonna consider him locke has inadvertatly made himself…

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  • Xbenlinusx

    Desmond is Jesus

    February 3, 2009 by Xbenlinusx

    Like Neo in the Matrix, Desmond is Jesus.

    1. He looks like Jesus.

    2. He seems to be approximately 33.

    3. He has accurately prophesied about the future.

    4. He was a monk whose monastery produced wine.

    5. Faraday describes him as the only one who can "save" them, and that he is "miraculously special".

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  • Lilendure8

    Hello Everyone!!! I just joined this lostpedia site and i had a few thoughts so stay with me ok...I think the island is actually the sunken city of R'lyeh from the Cthulhu Mythos.I was reading about it and it says that its location is in the pacific ocean...Isn't that where the Island is located? Also a thought about that four-toed statue.I think it was meant to worship one of the old gods named Chaugnar Faugn,it says it was an elephant headed humanoid which would explain the four toe thing.

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  • Wish1412

    A little late on this since I just found this site, sorry. But it was written immediately after the episode.

    Here is my guess after the first episode of Season 5, which is completely different than my guess after Season 1, which could be completely different after seeing the next episode.....Locke is Jacob and he is hanging in time until he gets reset. The easiest way for that to happen is for Locke to give Alpert the compass at the very beginning of the story when Alpert comes to his house as a child (give me the compass next time you see me). If that would happen, everything else would, kind of, fall into place. This means that Locke would come to the island early, learn about the island and take the lead when he's supposed to instead of …

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  • Goatboy496


    February 3, 2009 by Goatboy496

    Been watching through Season 1 on DVD. In the episode Deus Ex Machina, Boone said he had a nanny named Theresa. Got me to thinking, is this the same Theresa that was featured in Jughead? Something to think about.

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  • Iheartbenlinus

    I recently was looking at the NATO Phonetic Alphabet Code and noticed some startling connections with Lost. I looked to any reference to it on Lostpedia but couldn't find any. Does anyone have any more connections they can glean from this?

    A: Alpha B: Bravo C: Charlie D: Delta E: Echo F: Foxtrot G: Golf H: Hotel I: India J: Juliet K: Kilo L: Lima M: Mike N: November O: Oscar P: Papa Q: Quebec R: Romeo S: Sierra T: Tango U: Uniform V: Victor W: Whiskey X: X-Ray Y: Yankee Z: Zulu

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  • LOSTonthisdarnisland

    My DH was laughing at me when he caught me rewatching the first episodes of S5 again right on the heels of watching them the day before. Actually, he'd laugh even harder if he saw me watch one right after I finished watching it moments before, LOL.

    Does anyone else do this?

    (and does anyone know why I can't leave comments on these blogs. I've written up several, only to notice that they didn't post. I can't even comment on my own blog post.)

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  • DCMeads

    Has anyone thought that Ben was so upset that his mother passed at his birth that he decided to get retribution and decided that if his mother could not survive than NO mother or child could survive. He could have easily lied to everyone and caused these deaths himself.

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  • Ilovesawyer

    Paulo is an AHOLE!!!!

    January 31, 2009 by Ilovesawyer

    ok seriously!!! what the heck paulo!!!!!! he saw ben and juliet talking about capturing jack, sawyer, and kate......and he didn't even fricking tell anyone!!!!!! what the heck is up with that!!!! and then he like didn't even tell anyone that he found that pearl station!!! he only frikin cared about himself!!

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  • Ilovesawyer

    Richard Eyeliner Rumor

    January 31, 2009 by Ilovesawyer

    Ok so........ I pretty much got all my friends, family, and just random people addicted to LOST. and then everytime i'm watching a show with richard in it,......everyones always like......"he's wearing eyeliner." and i can see how it would look like that but i'm not so sure he really is. his eyelashes might just be really dark. but watever. i just wanted to know what other people thought about this. cus i think eko was wearing eyeliner at one point.......

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  • ZachsMind

    Positively Made Of Time

    January 31, 2009 by ZachsMind

    Jack: "We don't have time to sort out everybody's God."

    Charlie: "Really? Last I heard we were positively made of time."

    Walkabout 1.4

    So now we know that some variant of The Others have been on The Island at least fifty years prior to the crash of Oceanic 815. We have reason to presume they have been on The Island even further back than that, but fifty years ago was when The Others first got wind that John Locke was going to eventually visit The Island and even become Their Leader. Now we know why some of The Others have been anticipating John's arrival; essentially because John visited them and told them he was coming, and that Jacob sent him. Talk about prophecy fulfilling itself! So this means the group of people we erroneously refer to …

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  • Jenni74

    Emily Locke has listed an aunt Bea Jones on her mental hospital forms. The same aunt encourages her in giving John up for adoption. Charles Widmore has on a uniform with Jones on it. Also, she is listed on her forms as divorced. Ben's mother is named Emily. Is it possible they are siblings? Locke was born in 1956, anyone remember when Ben was born? Also, Annie befriends Ben on the island. Emily's middle name is Annabelle... He sees his mother on the island as a child... Does a child of Emily's in particular need to be in charge? Is she both Ben and John's mother?

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  • Jayemwhy

    I think that it is very possible that Charles Widmore and Ellie are brother and sister. They were going at each other like siblings. She questioned him being outnumbered and he immediately shouted at her to shut up.

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  • WeirdAl


    January 30, 2009 by WeirdAl

    I don't know what it is, but didn't Jughead feel a little...short, even though it was its usual hour? I heard the drums and saw the LOST and felt, "WHAT?!?!? SUCKO ENDING! Well, that one was over quick..."

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  • Anomymage

    I would personally like to start a vote for "Worst Episode Ending".

    I would also like to immediately place 5 votes for Jugheads ending.

    The attempt at a "tear jerking" / "OMG" moment as Charlotte starts spouting blood from her nose, was pointless, as anyone who has watched the show knew it was coming sooner or later. Please, oh please, give us better "mini-cliff hangers" then that.

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  • Dharma Intitative Agent

    Way back in the ancient history of LOST we were told of how the volcano was going to play a seismic (possible pun) role in LOST. We have seen three episodes of S5 and seen neither hide nor hair of the promised volcano. I was really looking forward to it, and thought that with the producers had been foreshwdoing the volcano through Jacobs ash and Annie's question. I guess not. If the volcano was going to be big then why have we not seen it, or heard present day characters talking about it, with only a little more than 30 episodes left?

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  • Mistertrouble189


    January 30, 2009 by Mistertrouble189

    Ahh! So many poor, innocent redshirts are dying! These poor people survived 100+ intense days on a mysterious island and they're dropping like flies!

    • Doug, Jerome, Blonde Casualty, and Red-haired Casualty - shot and killed at the Barracks.
    • Long-haired Casualty, Short Hair Casualty, Male Casualty (plus Michael and maybe Jin) - killed in the Kahana explosion
    • at least 4 people during the attack on the beach by the Hostiles
    • the two men accidently blown up by the wired explosives

    If they keep dying at this rate, then Bernard, Rose and Sawyer will be the only survivors remaining if they ever get rescued!? Psh!

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  • Peteparker


    January 30, 2009 by Peteparker

    What a beautiful skin! You guys really know how to wiki! :)

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  • Council of Guardians

    Desmond Who?

    January 30, 2009 by Council of Guardians

    Is it just me, or was Desmond's appearance in "Jughead"similar to Tom Baker's 4th Doctor? compare: and

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  • LOST-Jinx

    Thoughts on Jughead

    January 30, 2009 by LOST-Jinx

    Jughead started off very well, that beach that Desmond was running around on reminded me of the beach where the Oceanic Six were discovered, but maybe not... I was very interested in the conversation Daniel and Charlotte had right before they reached the creek was interesting, the Charladay relationship continues to evolve. And then BOOM! there goes the claymores. I thought claymores weren't introduced until after 1954, but maybe I'm wrong. I love how Miles was quick to pass the leadership off to Daniel. When that hostile said, "you just couldn't stay away," I thought she meant something relating to Faraday being on the island during the 1950's, but obviously not. The relationship problems between Dez and Penny seem pretty interesting.

    It i…

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  • Xsafa

    hello.and welcome

    January 29, 2009 by Xsafa

    hi my name is xsafa and I am a huge lost fan. ok first things first I will not spoil annything I just will give my own word on the episodes. and I will check back later bye.

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  • Plkrtn

    Two spoilers have appeared in the last few days that have really annoyed me. First is the supposed name of Ms. Hawkings. Why did ABC in their infinite wisdom decide to spoil the first name of the character, making everything about this character all the more obvious, if you hadn't figured it out already.

    Secondly Sky1 in the UK broadcast a special which from from behind the scenes of Episode 10, showing some glaring examples of things that happen in the future that will dramatically alter how you view the show.

    Why? Why do broadcasters do this to their own material? Has anyone else seen the ineptitude displayed by ABC and Sky1 over Lost in the last few days on any TV show anywhere else in the world?

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