LOST Theories - DarkUFO

Let’s remember what Darlton told us a couple years ago about the story of the Numbers:

"The Hanso Foundation that started the Dharma Initiative hired this guy Valenzetti to basically work on this equation to determine what was the probability of the world ending in the wake of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Valenzetti basically deduced that it was 100 percent within the next 27 years, so the Hanso Foundation started the Dharma Initiative in an effort to try to change the variables in the equation so that mankind wouldn't wipe it itself out."

Unfortunately, Dharma failed to reach their goal. The end result was always the numbers. Jacob brought candidates to the island and paired them with a number:

4 – Locke
5 – Reyes
15 – Ford
16 – Jarrah
23 – Shephard
42 – Kwon

There is a big significance to Kate not being listed, she is the only one of our main characters not assigned a number in the equation. Also, all these characters (if Jin is the Kwon) were in Dharmaville 1977.

Locke was crossed off at the end of the scene last night. That changed the equation. Here's the theory...MIB’s goal is to eliminate all the variables in the equation in order to ‘save the world’ (which has always been the idea behind the numbers.) He must take out all the variables in the equation….which correspond to the people above. But, as boy-Jacob warned last night 'you know the rules, you cant kill him.' MIB cant kill them...but he can manipulate them to make their own choices which will ultimately lead them to death.

Everyone is currently debating who’s good/evil….maybe the big twist is that it would seem MIB is evil, because he leads people to their death….but in the end, those casualties keep mankind alive. The big picture would show MIB as the good guy for saving the human race. We would also see that MIB is the one who really wanted to change the past…..and Jacob was the one bringing people back for mankind’s destiny (whatever happened, happened!)

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