[EVA] lots of questions
nanashi96 at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 23 22:06:27 EST 2000
>>You said that the lance was made of the same substance the Angels are, and
I disagree with this.<<
And yet, it was understood that the statement was a idle comment I never
intended to prove. Or am I wrong about that as well.
>>Some hints, some possibilities, not evidence.<<
Circumstancial evidence is evidence too. I was proving, quote:
>Theory: The First Impact (or Great Impact) did happen before the Second and
Third, and it *might be* relevant to EVA.<
>>But for some concepts it is possible to narrow the range of possibilities,
while this one stays on even level with any other.<<
And hence, the theory was "might be."
>>Not per se. In attempting to prove relevance of FI to Eva mentions
connected to SI are flawed by the fact that SI was called like that to give
reference to a (theorized) similar event (if not in causes, at least in
effect), not necessarily (and to me higly unlikely) to relate their causes
(presence of Adam and/or Lilith).<<
Error. I mentioned specifically the following.
>Note the mention of the term "Great Impact."<
Proves that the First Impact happened.
>Note the relationship between the term "Great Impact" and the term "Second
Noted relationship: First Impact happens before the Second Impact.
>Note that "catastrophe" of the "Great Impact" isn't elaborated.<
Notes that any connection between the causes of the First and Second Impacts
isn't stated in EVA canon.
>It's there, it's probably there since the white has been, so what?<
Notes that the EVA canon annotates the White Moon as being a "counterpart"
to the Black Moon. Notes that EVA canon specifically states the relationship
between Lilith and the Black Moon, and hence an indirect relationship
between Lilith and the White Moon (even though no mention of Adam has yet
>>It's there, a caption says "possibly created at the time of FI", again, so
what? It's a "possibly", on a caption on a sequence which could've been the
same used to feed a story to governments after whe disaster, or may be what
you say, but even then what would be its relevance to Eva?<<
It's a "possibly" in a picture Fuyutsuki viewed while he was in Antarctica.
The director's cut has him describing it to be a mystery to him:
The research results won't be easily accepted. [Standing on catwalk.]
A change in the atmospheric composition over a specified area . . .
The eradication of all life, including microscopic lifeforms . . .
And the ruins in a giant cavern directly underneath the explosion . . .
And this Giant of Light . . . [Fuyutsuki's face]
This event is shrouded in mystery. [Photo of Adam]
That Fuyutsuki connects them in such a manner suggests some sort of
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