Lost Fans: There was a hidden message in last week’s brainwash scene!

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You could just tell as you were watching it – that there had to be more to what we were seeing. And the folks over at SciFi2U have figured it out!! In the video below, you can hear a woman saying “Only fools are enslaved by time and space.” So what exactly does that mean anyway!

How freakin cool is THAT! I love these little juicy tidbits… Here is the same video played normally. You can hear the voice, but it’s much quieter – because all the other noise is not being drowned out this time.

Here’s a little more info I found on last week’s episode:

The Tail Section determined that Aldo, the guard outside the facility, was reading a chapter of Stephen Hawking’s A Brief History of Time that discusses black holes, time, and space. You can see closeups of the pages at TTS. It’s almost like they used that book on purpose or something! Who knew Lost could be tricky?

What does it all mean? Is this just another red herring designed to drive us crazy over the space-time continuum theory, like when Hurley suggested to Sayid that the FM radio transmission was from “another time”? Maybe.

Either way – I cannot WAIT for Wednesday’s episode!!

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Tuesday, February 13th, 2007 at 2:14pm
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February 13th, 2007 at 5:23 pm

OMG!!!!!! That is SO AWESOME!!!!!!! I can’t believe what I’m hearing!!

February 15th, 2007 at 1:01 am

Wow – pretty cool 🙂 And now after seeing THIS Wednesday’s episode it definitely fits in with the whole ‘time travel’ discussion. Can’t wait to see how the rest of the season unfolds!








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