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首次出現 解決之處
第1季 第1集 第6季 第1集
第6季 第15集
LOST百科全書
Introduced Solved
"Pilot, Part 1" "A Tale of Two Cities"
Introduced Solved
"Pilot, Part 2" "Solitary"
Introduced Solved
"Pilot, Part 2" "Ab Aeterno"
  • What is the Black Rock mentioned in Rousseau's distress signal?
    • A ship from the 1800's which was found in the middle of the jungle on the Island.
  • When did the ship arrive on the Island?
  • How did the ship get located in the middle of the jungle?
    • It landed there after being carried by a tidal wave. ("Ab Aeterno")
  • How did Magnus Hanso die, as the blast door map shows his resting place?
  • What happened to the crew aboard th Black Rock?
  • Why did it appear that some of the slaves had freed themselves? How did they free themselves?
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"Walkabout" "LA X, Part 2"
  • How are people healed on the Island?
  • Why are some people healed and not others?
    • As Locke pointed out to Ben, the people who seem to be healed are those who have the greatest amount of faith in the Island. ("The Man from Tallahassee")
Introduced Solved
"White Rabbit" "The Last Recruit"
Introduced Solved
"House of the Rising Sun" "Across the Sea")
Introduced Solved
"Solitary" "Greatest Hits"
  • What was the purpose of the cable?
    • It was one of several cables on the Island which lead from the Flame to the rest of the DHARMA stations. ("Enter 77")
  • Where did the cable Sayid discover lead to?
Introduced Solved
"Solitary" "This Place Is Death"
Introduced Solved
"Exodus, Part 1" "This Place Is Death"
  • Who lit the pillar of smoke seen in "Exodus, Part 1"?
  • Who lit the pillar that Rousseau mentions from the past?
    • It was Rousseau's campfire, seen by Jin just before she shoots Robert, something that she probably misremembered as happening the night before Alex's kidnapping. ("This Place Is Death")
Introduced Solved
"Solitary" "A Tale of Two Cities"
  • Who are the Others?
  • How did they get to the Island?
  • What is their purpose on the Island?
    • Jacob's intent for the Others was, with the help of Richard, was to use The Others as intermediaries between him and the people whom he brought to the island. He did not want to get involved with their actions because he wanted to prove that people could be good on their own accord, so he used the Others to communicate with the people. Their primary goal was to protect the island from the Man in Black and other threats, specifically protecting The Source. ("Solitary") ("Ab Aeterno")
  • Why did they kidnap children?
    • The Others kidnapped children to supplement their population and experiment because they were unable to give birth to babies on the island. ("Raised By Another") ("Not in Portland")
Introduced Solved
"Solitary" "What Kate Does"
Introduced Solved
"Solitary" "Everybody Loves Hugo"
  • What are the Whispers?
    • They are the words of the people who have died on the Island, and are unable to move on. ("Everybody Loves Hugo")
Introduced Solved
"Numbers" "Lighthouse"
  • What do the Numbers mean?
    • Each number corresponds to the degree Jacob must turn his wheel to view candidates in the lighthouse. Each number was the degree of the remaining 6 candidates for his replacement. They were a sort of filing system, as seen in his cave. ("The Substitute") ("Lighthouse")
  • Why did the Numbers appear on the Swan hatch?
  • Why did reappear regularly both on and off the Island?
    • The Numbers also represent the factors of the core values of the Valenzetti Equation, which predicts the date of the destruction of mankind. These Numbers correspond somehow to various human and environmental factors, likely meaning that they are somehow embedded in the structure of the universe. This is also likely why the Numbers appeared to be cursed. The purpose of the DHARMA Initiative was to alter these values in order to stave off the destruction of mankind. The values were broadcast from the radio tower, with the intent of using the broadcast to determine when DHARMA had succeeded in changed them. ("The Lost Experience")
Introduced Solved
"All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues" "Man of Science, Man of Faith"
Introduced Solved
"Deus Ex Machina" "The 23rd Psalm"
  • Who were the people aboard the Beechcraft?
  • Why were they wearing priest outfits, even though the plane was filled with Virgin Mary statues filled with heroin, and one of the corpses has a gun?
    • Because Yemi, the corpse found by Boone on the plane was an actual Catholic priest, whose help the drug smugglers (Eko, Olu and "Goldie") needed as only foreign and missionary planes were allowed to take off from Nigeria. He helped them, after they threated to burn down his church. ("The 23rd Psalm")
  • How was a plane which took off from Nigeria crash on an island which is supposedly in the Pacific?
    • The Island constantly moves. ("316")
  • Why did the Beechcraft crash?
Introduced Solved
"Exodus, Part 2" n/a

Unanswered questions

  • Where did the bird come from?
  • Who was it able to pronounce Hugo's nickname, and how did she recognize him?
Introduced Solved
"Orientation" "Across the Sea"
Introduced Solved
"Live Together, Die Alone, Part 1" "LaFleur"
  • Who were the Hostiles?
    • The Hostiles were the name that DHARMA gave to the group later known to the Flight 815 survivors as "the Others". (5x03)
Introduced Solved
"Live Together, Die Alone, Part 1" "Ab Aeterno"

Unanswered questions

  • When was the Statue built?
Introduced Solved
"Lockdown" "Across the Sea"

Unanswered questions

  • Why are Egyptian hieroglyphs found in locations throughout the Island?
  • What is the significance of the hieroglyphs?
Introduced Solved
"Live Together, Die Alone, Part 1" "There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3"
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"Not in Portland" "LaFleur"
  • What are the pregnancy issues experienced on the Island?
    • Women who get pregnant on the Island are not able to bear their children to term. Sometime before the third trimester, the women experience a serious miscarriage which results in the deaths of both the child and the mother. Women who conceive off Island, such as Claire seem to be able to give birth without issue, as well as women such as Sun who leave the Island before their third trimester. ("Do No Harm") ("Not In Portland") ("D.O.C.") ("Ji Yeon")
  • Were women ever able to give birth on the Island?
    • Yes. As late as the 1970s, women were able to carry a child to term on the Island, as seen by Amy's delivery of Ethan. ("LaFleur")
  • What does the Island do to the reproductive systems of its inhabitants?
    • Something on the Island causes the uterus of women on the Island to age and deteriorate rapidly. Men, on the other hand, experience a five-fold increase in their sperm counts while on the Island, possibly due to the healing properties of the Island. ("Not in Portland") ("D.O.C.")

Unanswered questions

  • What caused women to be unable to bear children on the Island?
Introduced Solved
"Cabin Fever" "316"
Introduced Solved
"There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3" "Across the Sea"
Introduced Solved
"The Shape of Things to Come" "316"
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"The Lie" "316"
Introduced Solved
"This Place Is Death" "Across the Sea"
Introduced Solved
"Across the Sea" "The End"
  • What is the Source?
    • The Source is the electromagnetic core of the island. The electromagnetism found deep within the island originates here and radiates out to other parts of the island, so therefore it exists here in its most powerful form. ("The End")
  • Why must it be protected?
    • The Source must be protected because if the energy is released, it could cause a global catastrophe. Similar to the Swan Incident, the electromagnetic expulsion caused the island to shake, but much more severely. Cliffs began to split in half and there were landslides and rockfalls. If it had escalated, the implications could have been disastrous. ("The End")

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