Resurrection Revealed podcast episode #13. Wayne and Troy’s initial reactions to Resurrection 1.06 “Home”.
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- Troy and Wayne share their initial reactions to Resurrection, episode #6, “Home”.
- Do you think the Multiverse discussion is just a red herring?
- How is the fallout from the chaos at the Church going to play out?
- Is Rachel safe?
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Mikel Withers says
I think the character gets the Multiverse confused with Possible Worlds. …letting that go, in the doctor’s view, the parallel universe where the seemingly impossible exists to insert itself into our universe, what would have existed is: Rachel (and the others) dies and comes back to life in this universe. It might make sense if they had no recollection of dying, or if they were pulled away at the last moment, but not the way it is put forward. So: red herring. (which are good for cutting down forests)
Agree – total Red Herring – This is not Sliders… other Worlds maybe which would give us not Aliens since they they are humans… they die on world 1 but come back on world 2 because in world 1 resurrection technology exists but in our world world 2 it doesn’t although on world 1 something went wrong and they appeared on world 2 … and where it sounds like multiverse … it is actually two existing worlds in different points of space in the same timeline
Mikel Withers says
One more thing that occurred to me: Yes, you do walk into the room with all the weaponry. Listen, the last thing you want is for a guy like that to see you as one of “them”. You want to be an “us” in that guy’s mind.
I’m clicking Comments for “Home” but this seems to show up in the comments for the previous episode.
Since I was having problems with the comments, I sent an email with an observation on how the value of 0.38 in the latitude-time connection implies no one who died more than 342 years ago can return. In that email, I joked that I also noticed that 0.38 is approximately equal to
1 – 1/phi, where phi is the Golden Ratio, but I assumed that was just a coincidence. Then I realized that we also have 0.38 = 2 – phi, which might be significant given the importance of the number 2 in this show (two rivers, life/death, and other aspects of duality that have been discussed.) The writers must have had SOME reason for choosing the number 0.38. Could this be it?
This was an awesome theory and I really think you are onto something… We even link to a discussion of the Golden Rule in Episode 14 https://resurrectionrevealed.com/rr014 as there is definitely something about this .38 number! Theorists Unite!
If this show is about miracles and Holy explanations then .38 could refer to 1 Corithians 15.38:But God gives it a body just as He wished, and to each of the seeds a body of its own. Probably 15 people will show up in their town. just my silly theory. Hope its a scifi explanation though.
The first Google result for “resurrection .38” contains not only the verse you mentioned (1 Cor 15:38), but the entire chapter 15 of Corinthians is Paul’s take on resurrection. In fact, the heading of verses 13-34 is ‘The Resurrection of the Dead’. And of course much of the series plot has involved the church. So no, I don’t think it’s a silly theory at all.