The Snap Didn't Kill Anyone (And Thanos Isn't Dead)

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  • Published on:  Sunday, June 9, 2019
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    After 7 years of build up, a successful evil plan, and one giant battle, we thought we had finally seen the last of Thanos. To be honest, it’s very possible we have! Even so, we still have one theory on how Thanos could make his triumphant return.

    It involves Dr. Strange, the Soul Stone, the ozone layer, and Thanos’ true motivations. We don’t want to give too much more away before you watch the video, so we’re just going to recap it in a very vague way, using a strained metaphor comparing it to Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

    Do you remember that kid, Mike Teavee? He was the kid who was obsessed with TV. You remember. In one of the last scenes of the movie, Mike demands to be sent into television by having all his molecules split up and then rearranged inside the TV set. Willy Wonka, ever the child safety advocate, obliges, and Mike is zapped into the television, unharmed. All his molecules are the same, rearranged in roughly the same order, but he’s in a different location.

    However, if someone were to see Mike disappear from where he was standing in the blink of an eye, they might think “Mike is dead”. They would have good reason to. So, if someone were, say, turned to dust, and the particles that made them up were transported to another location or form, say for five years, we could easily believe them dead. This would be a mistaken belief however, as said person was not dead, just in a different form. So don’t you think that if Mike Tevee could be brought back from this form, so could, hypothetically, a certain purple villain?

    Less vague details in the video!

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