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Hidden Messages in "Lost" Time

Hidden Messages in "Lost" Time

After last week's new episode of "Lost," I posted that crazy scene with Carl, and now the Internet is abuzz with this creepy discovery: If you play that scene in reverse, you can hear voices saying "Only fools are enslaved by time and space."

Hats off to the folks at SciFi2U for providing the clip of this scene, played backwards. How creepy is this?

Speaking of time and space, what was Aldo was studying when Alex, Kate, and Sawyer came upon him last week? To find out (possible spoilers ahead!), read more

Aldo was studying black holes! The book he's holding is Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time. Specifically, he is reading Chapter 7, "Black Holes Ain't So Black." This is the chapter in which Hawking explains how black holes can bend time and space.


Furthermore, in a recent Entertainment Weekly article, "Lost" producers promised there would be an anagram hidden somewhere in the Feb. 7 episode, "Not in Portland," that would "hint at a larger mythological mystery that will start to unfold later in the season." Theorists are insisting that the anagram is in Mittelos Bioscience, the organization that Juliet goes to work for. "Mittelos" is an anagram for "Lost Time."

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