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How does anyone know Zeke's exact Death Date?  

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(@charles)
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Apr 1, 2020 1:10 pm  

It has been revealed that, "As the final hours of Zeke's life approach," he may or may not be saved. I don't want to be a spoilsport or a chronic complainer; but how does anyone know the exact day and hour Zeke died in December 2017? Please don't blame me for asking. I'm not the one who introduced Zeke as a S2 main character. 

Here's what Michaela said to Zeke when they first met in the cabin (113.2):

So, then you remember two weeks passing?

Okay. Zeke was trapped in a cave for two weeks ... without food and water? He probably used snow and ice as a water source; but what about food? Since he couldn't see outside, how did he know if it was night or day? And at the moment of his death, did he leave a note to let everyone know the exact date and time of his death?

Here's what Ben said to Michaela about Zeke when they were at the cabin (113.2):

What are you doing? This guy’s got to come with us so Saanvi can check him out. He could hold the key to everything that happened to us. 828 defied the known laws of physics. We’ve got to figure out how the hell a cave did the same thing. There has to be a connection.

It has been almost a year since Ben first met Zeke. Did he ever follow-up and "figure out how the hell a cave did the same thing" to Zeke that an airplane did to 191 people? Or how a van in a river did the same thing to James Griffin? Inject Zeke with Saanvi's serum, save his life, and who cares what happened to Flight 828? Then again, why not figure out what happened to Flight 828 first? Who or what caused Flight 828 to disappear and return should have the power to cure the Death Date.

Has Ben or anyone else (writers included) even considered that figuring out what happened to Flight 828 could be the key to solving the Death Date problem? There's nothing wrong with trying to help Zeke; but as a wise Vulcan once said, "The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the one." 


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