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Strange Skies: Dream Light Vs. Reality Light

Do you ever notice how strange the light is in your dreams? I always find that after heavy rainfalls in the middle of the day, when the sun breaks free from the black clouds, the light that shines always reminds me of the light from the “downtown area” of my dream world. 155 more words

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NOT DEAD ALL OF THE TIME

I could have gone full-tilt into initials for the new blog and called it “SMG”. Punchy, yes. But folks might have confused me with Sarah Michelle Gellar and as big a Buffy fan as I am, I don’t think I could’ve pulled it off. 1,311 more words

Buffy The Vampire Slayer

If anything goes wrong, Desmond Hume will be my constant...


Awe, poor guy, he had a couple of tough breaks in his life didn’t he.

The character I refer to of course is the Physicist Daniel Faraday introduced to ‘Lost’ in Season 4. 764 more words

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The Constant

Loyal fans of the TV drama Lost are intimately familiar with the concept of “the constant.” In the episode of the same name, Desmond begins to travel back and forth in time and worries that the time warps may kill him until, as a young Daniel Faraday instructs, he finds a constant – something or someone present in both times that can be an anchor. 330 more words

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Lost - "The Variable"

In which Eloise always knew.

“The Variable” is the sister episode to all-timer “The Constant.” The idea at the heart of the episode is that in every equation, constants are important because they’ll always be the same and the vehicle that guarantees a result within a particular deviation, whereas the variables are what give the equation variation so that every result is not the same. 702 more words

Television

Lost - "Jughead"

In which we meet younger versions of Others galore.

So, it turns out that the Other who has Juliet and Sawyer at gunpoint, the Other who snaps the neck of another Other to protect the location of his camp is Charles Widmore. 580 more words

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Lost - "Confirmed Dead"


In which the science team is examined.

The storytelling variation we experience in “Confirmed Dead” is top-notch. We are back in flashback mode for the hour so we can explore the science team from the freighter. 1,114 more words

Television