Hi. I’m a scientist. Still confused by LOST's series finale? Think there are too many questions left unanswered or that it was purgatory the whole time? Well, I "respectfully" disagree. Send me your questions and I will answer them. I will write in complete sentences and support my answers.
Try not to ask too much about Walt.
Namaste or Whatever,
The blog was dead the whole time. This is purgatory.
(No, it’s not dead. I’m just a busy bee and I feel like my Cracked column and many posts here have answered the majority of the questions I get that are worth answering. However, I do have some more things to say on a few key subjects, and I will be updating, I just don’t know when. Again, it’s the bee thing.)
Because without legs, we couldn’t.
He was at work. It’s explained in an unaired episode that no one gives a shit about.
Walt was special and was stolen from his father for studying. His father turned out to be a pretty enormous wang, so he took Walt from the Island and from his destiny there. Walt lived for several years off the Island, tortured by dreams and of the knowledge of what his father did to save him.
Then one day Hurley, the new Island Protector, showed up and took him back to the Island, where he belonged.
The cut Jack had on his neck was from the moment MIB/Locke pressed a knife against his throat during their final battle. The stomach wound (claimed to be an appendix scar) was from when MIB/Locke stabbed Jack in the effing stomach.
The Sideways, as I hope we all know by now, took place after everyone had died. It was a sort of waiting room for the Afterlife. A Purgatory, if you have to use that word. So the wounds Jack saw were his death wounds, as he was dead in the Sideways.
I think his name was Google. It was a whacky show!
This is unfortunately the only unanswerable question from Lost, but only because hey what are you talking about?
The helicopter was outside of the Island’s radius because it took off from the freighter, which made a great deal of effort to be outside of the Island’s radius. The Zodiac had not yet made it outside, so it traveled with the Island.
Well, the baby-less-ness of the women wasn’t a result of the H-Bomb going off. It was a result of The Incident, the electromagnetic catastrophe that the H-Bomb was supposedly going to stop.
In a way, yes, Desmond living in the hatch for years built up his “resistance” to EM. But when he turned the failsafe key, his body didn’t repel the EM blast. He became imbued with the EM and mystical time properties of the Island.
And in regards to Kelvin, fuck Kelvin.