[EVA] lots of questions
e.barone at flashnet.it
Mon Feb 21 18:40:44 EST 2000
> The First Impact (or Great Impact) did happen before the Second and the
> Third, and it *might be* relevant to EVA.
Yes, it _did_ happen in the world of Eva, at least that's what the newspaper
> Why the heck does this need to be proven?
Why should I accept any theory about the Lance's composition and origins if
it is based on unreliable information?
> Note the mention of the term "Great Impact."
"Giant", not "Great". And note that you copypasted that. And it is mentioned
because the theory for the Giant one says it was a meteor. If you want to
put a cover up about a similarly heavy disaster, you pair them up an blame
it to the skies.
> Note the relationship between
> the term "Great Impact" and the term "Second Impact." Note that
> "catastrophe" of the "Great Impact" isn't elaborated.
The history book in ep.7 says :
Also known as Giant Impact. Prehistorical disaster probably caused by athe
impact of an asteroid on Earth, it is hypothesized its involvement in he
process of creation of the Moon. Estimated to have happened 4 billions years
It is used to explain the origin of the name "Second Impact" for "the
greatest catastrophe of human history".
Also, it contains interesting info about Old Tokyo's destruction in sept
20th, 2000, about the beginning of the war in the northern hemisphere,
because of a skirmish between Pakistan and Indian refugees, and the end of
it by the "Temporary Peace Treaty of St. Valentine", feb 14th 2001, and
other things such as date of transfer of the capitol to Tokyo 2 etc...
[Source, Evangelion Encyclopedia vol 0:1 Italian Edition]
> [WHITE MOON]
> Means "White Moon."
You don't say...
> [SURFACE STRUCTURE CLEARLY ARTIFICIAL]
> Means "Surface structure clearly artificial."
> Note that "surface structure" and "what was possibly created" refer to the
> White Moon. Note that if the relationship between the Great Impact and the
> White Moon is real, the Impact *would* be relevant to EVA. Since this
> confirmed, the relevence *might exist.* (Information biases towards
> likelyhood of relevance.)
What is interesting is the date, one day before SI. Might or might not be
relevant. Remember that the Giant Impact is not proven in the real world but
it seems that it would help explain a lot of changes in the world's climate,
rotation axis, seasons etc. Since there are no traces of it where satellite
inspection is possible, Antarctica is one of the places de preference for
it's occurrance, so they might have thought that such a formation could only
be caused by something like the FI and not know what they were about to
discover, or if they already knew it might be a cove up story again..
> Referring to the White Moon. I was attempting to use this in order to
> that there *was* a First Impact, and that it *is* relevant to EVA. ""
> means it was from Episode 21.
There was a First Impact, it might be relevant to Eva (It would fit your
ATFT but the ATFT doesn't fit Eva, IMO, so...).
> "Possibly created at the time of 'some event'" implies that the "some
That there was a prehistorical disaster 4 billions of years before the evts
in the series, the history books (the same that report the cover up story)
seem to confirm. Its causes however are unclear.
> It does. Look at the RCB (generously quoted above).
The only relevant pieces where the ones that cleared that you were talking
about the White Moon, and the fact that the caption you reported about it is
of a shot dated a day before SI (not conclusive anyway).
> "I thought that it was a fact."
(With Charles Bronson's Jack Murphy tone: "You thought wrong").
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