Next Wednesday, The New Season of Lost starts

@suspenseful (40316)
Canada
January 15, 2009 4:10pm CST
We stayed up until one am, watching the last year's episodes of lOST and of course, there were more questions then answers. One doing with the moving the LOST island. Do you suppose that LOST island is really a space ship or a dome that was put in the Pacific Ocean and they planted the fauna and flora to make it appear it was from earth? Do you suppose that the time on the iSLAND is much longer? Do you suppose the reason the pregnant women die is because their bodies stay the same while inside the babies are growing and when three months or so come along, there is no more room for the babies and death results? The other question is why did the Others wanted Jack and the Oceanic 6 to return? Was it because even the short time they had on LOST Island was enough to alter their physiology so they could not stay in the outside world for long? And what about Ben? How come it did not apply to him. So it seems that there are more questions then answers on LOST. So anyone else have questions?
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• Australia
17 Jan 09
We tried to watch the first 2 series of Lost, but found that we did indeed end up very Lost. One day, we might get them all on DVD and try to work it all out, but with young kids to look after, our brains at the moment just aren't upto the task. lol.
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@suspenseful (40316)
• Canada
18 Jan 09
I keep wondering about it myself. I have so many theories and have heard so many of them, most of concern the women getting pregnant and then dying before the babies can be born. I often wondered whether time stops on the Island and affects the bodies of the adults so that they stop growing as well or whether there is a cost to it.
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@octavian (200)
• Romania
16 Jan 09
Hello! The theory with the spaceship sounds interesting, and I must say it's new to me. I finished to watch the last season with my girlfriend this week too, obviously, we were preparing ourselves for the new season. Then my girlfriend asked me a question. What did the baby eat during those days after his mother ran (while in Sawyer's custody) out into the jungle? I told her he ate smashed fruits or something. What do you think? It was that a goof there?
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@suspenseful (40316)
• Canada
16 Jan 09
I suppose he fed her smashed fruit and veggies, but if the baby was five weeks old, he would not be able to eat it. I would suspect if there were coconuts, Sawyer could have used coconut milk or one of those Dharma evaporated cans. I guess they really did not think of it or how can them make a five week old baby look about six months old (maybe it is the Island)
@chriswolf (360)
• China
16 Jan 09
Cool, have been looking forward to LOST for so long a time...
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@suspenseful (40316)
• Canada
16 Jan 09
I will be going out next Wednesday. So I will be watching it after ten.
• United States
16 Jan 09
I can't wait for the new season to start. This is my favorite show. I try not to think of all the questions that are dancing around in my mind. Hopefully they will answer some of the questions in this next episode. Although I don't really want the show to come to an end, I am anxious to find out the hows and whys.
@suspenseful (40316)
• Canada
24 Jan 09
When it first started, my son who was going with a Roman Catholic girl who he married, thought that it was purgatory, but when Clara gave birth to Aaron, that sort of killed that theory.
• United States
16 Jan 09
I was reading in TV guide that the island is like a living organism and is trying to protect itself. As for pregnancies, it might have something to do with the weird magnetism of the island or the shifts in time and place. I also think that the island "calls" certain people there for some reason that we will find out later. Ben was basically thrown off the island by Jacob (who is really the soul of the island) because of his bad behavior and possibly something else that we don't know about. The island seems to have some sort of morality as can be seen when it tried to get Eko to admit that what he did in Africa was wrong, but killed him when he refused to do so.
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@suspenseful (40316)
• Canada
16 Jan 09
I suppose on another planet or a universe, organism may turn into islands. After all there is a theory that these space aliens with those big black eyes and the spaceships are really evil demons come down to delude the foolish. I did wonder why the pregnant ladies not left the Island and come back when the babies were due, or maybe the Island (sounds like a bad demon - who hates children) prevented that from happening? Or maybe they were not young ladies, but sort of like the girl who left Shangrila and suddenly changed into an old woman. As for the Island being a moral judge, I doubt it.
@stealthy (8188)
• United States
15 Jan 09
There have always been more questions than answers. What about the force field fence which is still beyond any known technology? Just what is the smoke monster and how could Ben call it to help? Also, if Sun could get pregnant on the island and then leave and have her baby, why didn't the others who could come and go on the submarine before Locke blew it up just take the pregnant women off the island to have their babies and then bring them back; that would have been much easier than bringing a doctor to the island to try to solve the problem. Who or what is Jocob? Why don't some of the others never age? Etc., etc. etc. I don't think the island is a space ship, that would just be too easy a way out.
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@suspenseful (40316)
• Canada
16 Jan 09
I was wondering about the pregnant women and why the Others could not take them off and then bring them back in. Yes the space station does sound a bit far fetched, but not as much as my other idea that LOST island is in another dimension protected by a force field. And I did wonder about the Smoke Monster. But that another dimension seems rather logical and perhaps that is the reason why Jacob is still there and invisible. Perhaps he is stuck between dimensions and that every time the Island moves, it moves dimensionally and you have to be at the right place or else you are stuck inbetween.
@dragon54u (31634)
• United States
15 Jan 09
I've never watched the show but you make it sound so interesting! I think I'll go read some episode synopsis and then give the show a try. I love shows like that, thank you for bringing it up!
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@suspenseful (40316)
• Canada
16 Jan 09
I love good science fiction and fantasy and shows where you really have to think and Lost is all of them. We are getting the whole tv dvd collection. And I suppose if we do get a blu-ray player (I will be getting money back from Income Tax) I will probably buy it in blu-ray as well.