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"More importantly though, Ray's body washing up on the island before he is killed on the Kahana actually presents a major paradox, because if the time gap between the Kahana and the island is consistent for the duration of the period between Naomi's arrival and the explosion of the ship, then the island's timeline is perpetually ahead of the Kahana's timeline. While communicating via the satellite radio seems to trump the time gap, it doesn't change the fact that the people on the freighter are in the past in comparison to the people on the island. The ramifications of a paradox like this present major logistical problems for the show."

It's not clear how this is a paradox, much less a "major" one. --- Balk Of Fametalk 04:56, June 27, 2011 (UTC)

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