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Apr 13, 2012 9:18 AM

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For people who loved the original so much - you're not remembering the ending of it are you? I've explained why they are on Japan now, seeing as some people can't remember where the Scub Coral went.

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The last image you see in the original series also shows that the series took place on Earth. Parts of it are still covered by Scrub Coral but Japan and China are visible again after half of the Scrub Coral left.

 
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Zhao_Yun said:
The last image you see in the original series also shows that the series took place on Earth. Parts of it are still covered by Scrub Coral but Japan and China are visible again after half of the Scrub Coral left.

<img src="http://www.abload.de/img/e7k1uqe.jpg" />


So while I am right - there is still scub coral left on the planet. Thanks for that
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So they cleaned the moon on the way out?

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So they cleaned the moon on the way out?


We never got a clean look at the moon, only one shot from earth.
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Zhao_Yun said:
The last image you see in the original series also shows that the series took place on Earth. Parts of it are still covered by Scrub Coral but Japan and China are visible again after half of the Scrub Coral left.



Dat heart.
 
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As someone stated before (Dangerr) It is strange that they would retake Japan's culture in such a quick manner (13 years?)

Considering they even remember the specifics of eastern culture. Coincidence?
 
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It is strange that they would retake Japan's culture in such a quick manner (13 years?)


I think the time difference from the E7 to E7:Ao is more than 13 years, it's not like they had the kid right after the ending. (Renton was 14~15 when the series ended, coughunderagecough, assuming he is the father.)

Though until they announce/show previous characters from the original, you can't really say right now the time difference between the two but definitely more than 13.
 
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Paul said:
Supergrunt8 said:
It is strange that they would retake Japan's culture in such a quick manner (13 years?)


I think the time difference from the E7 to E7:Ao is more than 13 years, it's not like they had the kid right after the ending. (Renton was 14~15 when the series ended, coughunderagecough, assuming he is the father.)

Though until they announce/show previous characters from the original, you can't really say right now the time difference between the two but definitely more than 13.


Sorry didn't know what I was thinking :L so lets assume 20 years.
 
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Paul said:
Supergrunt8 said:
It is strange that they would retake Japan's culture in such a quick manner (13 years?)


I think the time difference from the E7 to E7:Ao is more than 13 years, it's not like they had the kid right after the ending. (Renton was 14~15 when the series ended, coughunderagecough, assuming he is the father.)

Though until they announce/show previous characters from the original, you can't really say right now the time difference between the two but definitely more than 13.
yah, i got a feelign well see renton in his like late 30-40's

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But where did they find the info saying that japan was called japan?
 
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It's not exactly Japan but a nation called "China-Japan" is mentioned.
 
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The angle we saw the message at before would be facing away from the earth.
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The angle we saw the message at before would be facing away from the earth.
The Earth and Moon rotate at the basically the same speed, so you always see the same side of the moon.
 
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RevyBarrage said:
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RevyBarrage said:


The angle we saw the message at before would be facing away from the earth.
The Earth and Moon rotate at the basically the same speed, so you always see the same side of the moon.


Exactly, meaning that the angle it is at in the screen shot would mean that it wouldn't be visible from the earth.
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Exactly, meaning that the angle it is at in the screen shot would mean that it wouldn't be visible from the earth.


The first screenshot in this thread shows the heart being on the light side of the Moon. Unless something really strange happened with the rotational speed of the Moon (in which case, the tidal waves would've probably destroyed all life on Earth, and there's plenty of life going on so that didn't happen), the characters should be able to see some parts of the heart almost always, and the complete thing during a full Moon.

Also the whole adoption of so many different cultures in just 15-20 years is a bit silly considering almost the entirety of human population in E7 was either part of the United Federation or those religious freaks whose name escapes me now.
 
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razor39999 said:
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Exactly, meaning that the angle it is at in the screen shot would mean that it wouldn't be visible from the earth.


The first screenshot in this thread shows the heart being on the light side of the Moon. Unless something really strange happened with the rotational speed of the Moon (in which case, the tidal waves would've probably destroyed all life on Earth, and there's plenty of life going on so that didn't happen), the characters should be able to see some parts of the heart almost always, and the complete thing during a full Moon.

Also the whole adoption of so many different cultures in just 15-20 years is a bit silly considering almost the entirety of human population in E7 was either part of the United Federation or those religious freaks whose name escapes me now.


I really think the heart was some aesthetic thing that they put in for fun/commemorating the end of E7. I don't think it's a set down, real, plot point.

Even if it is - something much have happened to erase it then, because AO takes place 20 years after E7.
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Well tbh the heart was part of the reason why I dropped the previous show's rating from a 7 to 6. Even if it was just a metaphor and not actually carved into the Moon, it totally shoved the whole teenage lovey-dovey emo bullshit in your face, as if Renton and Eureka's annoying and fairly shallow relationship wasn't enough on its own. It made me feel like they think of the viewers as complete idiots. The original show went downhill pretty badly for me with Charles and Ray's deaths.

But anyway, that doesn't have much to do with AO, and really the bigger problem is the whole adoption of thousand year old names and their cultures in such a short time.
 
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So what I'm hearing..is Ao is Renten and Eureka Son?
 
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So what I'm hearing..is Ao is Renten and Eureka Son?


It was posted on multiple sites. It was in Ao's character details on this site a while back as well but it seems it was removed. But people are just choosing the obvious, which most facts point to him being. It hasn't been confirmed though but with the flashback scene in Ep1... I'm, and most people, are fairly sure that's Eureka which he called "Mama".
 
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BRSxIgnition said:

I really think the heart was some aesthetic thing that they put in for fun/commemorating the end of E7. I don't think it's a set down, real, plot point.

Even if it is - something much have happened to erase it then, because AO takes place 20 years after E7.


Let me make this clear it is damn near impossible for them to have built cities and countries in a twenty year timespan. This is especially clear when we're talking about a modern city. It's definitely not 'only' a twenty year time jump.

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Jarmel said:
BRSxIgnition said:

I really think the heart was some aesthetic thing that they put in for fun/commemorating the end of E7. I don't think it's a set down, real, plot point.

Even if it is - something much have happened to erase it then, because AO takes place 20 years after E7.


Let me make this clear it is damn near impossible for them to have built cities and countries in a twenty year timespan. This is especially clear when we're talking about a modern city. It's definitely not 'only' a twenty year time jump.


It's a minimum 20-year time jump. We don't know for sure yet - I'm sure there will be more description as we go on, but did you ever consider the possibility that those cities were left from when they abandoned the earth? that could be possible..

We'll have to wait and see.
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Paul said:
xxCLouDd said:
So what I'm hearing..is Ao is Renten and Eureka Son?


It was posted on multiple sites. It was in Ao's character details on this site a while back as well but it seems it was removed. But people are just choosing the obvious, which most facts point to him being. It hasn't been confirmed though but with the flashback scene in Ep1... I'm, and most people, are fairly sure that's Eureka which he called "Mama".


Also, some people speculate Nura being Holland and Talho's daughter.....Which i could actually see happening, mainly due to the conversation they had on the phone. Her father knew Ao's mother and her father gives Ao some sort of trouble over it (whether it's playful teasing or just disdain is yet to be shown). If that proves to be true however....
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It's pretty obvious that this is not the Earth after the events in Eureka 7. It is the Earth in the near future, just as the scab corals start to arrive.

It's not like you need to guess, either, the first shot gives the date as April, 2025 AD. Chronologically, this is a prequel set long, long before the events of the original series.

What Eureka is doing in it is the mystery.
 
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It's pretty obvious that this is not the Earth after the events in Eureka 7. It is the Earth in the near future, just as the scab corals start to arrive.

It's not like you need to guess, either, the first shot gives the date as April, 2025 AD. Chronologically, this is a prequel set long, long before the events of the original series.

What Eureka is doing in it is the mystery.


It is categorized as a sequel, as well as having Eureka being Ao's mother.

You say that its as the scub corals start to arrive, but it could also be them reappearing. We'll have to wait and see.
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No, it is specifically dated 2025 AD. That's not some alternate calendar, it's ours. Add to that all the political and geographical structures from the present seem to still be intact in some form, while they'd be long forgotten by the time of the original series, it just makes no sense for it to be anything but the near future. Hell, Tokyo Tower's still there.

It's probably a sequel because of some time travel plot device.
 
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Too all of you people discussing the moon graffiti...

Take a look at this. A screenshot from the movie.

 
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We have two main possibilities at this point:

1) This is either the earth before/as it is beginning to be covered by Scub Coral. This means that for Ao to be Eureka and Renton's son - which has been all but confirmed - there must be some element of time-travel. Or, it is a sequel both time/character wise, and there are simply quite a few unexplained discrepancies.

So, by considering time-travel as a possibility, our two current possibilities are:

1a)

1b)


It seems that it is more likely for it to be option A, but we will have to see. They could explain things later on, to make option B more likely.
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I dunno....It doesn't seem likely to be time travel.....At least i hope it's not......It's such a cheap and annoying plot device...Kinda why i'm scared to watch the new MIB III, the first two were awesome >_> but dunno about this one....Since it's time travel and all. Though i digress, about the questions regarding how they knew about earthly customs (IE Country names, etc), if you think back to the first season Eureka and Renton had that big book of everything telling them about Earth, as such who's to say there weren't the names of countries in it?

The thing about why aren't various things of the previous Earth before coral day destroyed, which could be easily explainable as well. The cluster built a shell basically over Earth, and it could explain that. The concept of time is obviously irrelevant to the scub coral cluster (10,000 years old k?) and shelling the Earth could've pulled it into it's concept of time, causing a sort of preservation (Because remember other than the cluster no scub coral touched Earth). As well as, the fact that the Cluster just shoves a big middle finger in the face of physics anyway (A sky underground with stars and all that good stuff).

Another thing to think about is, yes the Nirvash is a different color but, if you recall that in the first season, when the Nirvash, and LFOs after were discovered, they were white with no armor placed on them whatsoever. This Nirvash however is grey/black with green. Also, at the end of the first season the Type-Zero had left Earth along with the Scub Coral, yet when he gets in the Nirvash it tells Ao "welcome back/home (can't remember) Eureka" as if they had been apart. So unless the Nirvash traveled back in time as well....I can't see this theory working out.

The thing about rebuilding...Come on now...This one should be fairly easy.....Pretty extremely easy actually.....They have flying cars....Something tells me that this would explain a few things...The clearly have technology....Pretty advanced technology. Considering that it shouldn't be too hard to understand why it'd be so easy to rebuild. Not to mention that the control cluster could've teleported the majority of the remaining cities to the surface of Earth. They had to teleport people to the surface otherwise the humans would be pretty much wiped out after the scub coral left since all of them lived on top of the scub coral and when the scub coral left it broke apart and went into space.
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I dunno....It doesn't seem likely to be time travel.....At least i hope it's not......It's such a cheap and annoying plot device...Kinda why i'm scared to watch the new MIB III, the first two were awesome >_> but dunno about this one....Since it's time travel and all. Though i digress, about the questions regarding how they knew about earthly customs (IE Country names, etc), if you think back to the first season Eureka and Renton had that big book of everything telling them about Earth, as such who's to say there weren't the names of countries in it?

The thing about why aren't various things of the previous Earth before coral day destroyed, which could be easily explainable as well. The cluster built a shell basically over Earth, and it could explain that. The concept of time is obviously irrelevant to the scub coral cluster (10,000 years old k?) and shelling the Earth could've pulled it into it's concept of time, causing a sort of preservation (Because remember other than the cluster no scub coral touched Earth). As well as, the fact that the Cluster just shoves a big middle finger in the face of physics anyway (A sky underground with stars and all that good stuff).

Another thing to think about is, yes the Nirvash is a different color but, if you recall that in the first season, when the Nirvash, and LFOs after were discovered, they were white with no armor placed on them whatsoever. This Nirvash however is grey/black with green. Also, at the end of the first season the Type-Zero had left Earth along with the Scub Coral, yet when he gets in the Nirvash it tells Ao "welcome back/home (can't remember) Eureka" as if they had been apart. So unless the Nirvash traveled back in time as well....I can't see this theory working out.

The thing about rebuilding...Come on now...This one should be fairly easy.....Pretty extremely easy actually.....They have flying cars....Something tells me that this would explain a few things...The clearly have technology....Pretty advanced technology. Considering that it shouldn't be too hard to understand why it'd be so easy to rebuild. Not to mention that the control cluster could've teleported the majority of the remaining cities to the surface of Earth. They had to teleport people to the surface otherwise the humans would be pretty much wiped out after the scub coral left since all of them lived on top of the scub coral and when the scub coral left it broke apart and went into space.


While I was originally on the your side - the side of everything being a sequel both time/character wise - too many of your points are assumptions. Granted mine are assumptions too, but I believe mine has a bit more validity.

It's been proven that the Scub Coral can manipulate time, but it has to do it at will - it does not manipulate time by just being there. Also, you say that they (the people) have advanced technology, when it's actually just different from ours. They still rely on electricity and motor vehicles, but because the coral is there, they now also have the technology of trapar waves and light particles - once again, it's not more advanced, it's just another type of technology.

While I agree that they could have started rebuilding, they could not have rebuilt Tokyo again in full in the time span we are assuming. They could have started, but not finished.

We honestly don't have an idea at this point in time, and we need to wait for more episodes to add evidence to either side of the argument.

All I am saying, is that my theory assumes one thing: the fact that Eureka went back in time to introduce the first Coralian/Human hybrid into the world, before the original conflict between Humans and Coralians started.

... While your theory assumes three things: that the Scub Coral manipulated time on the earth after covering it to keep buildings intact (what was left of them) - that the Nirvash is a new color, in military hands, after having left earth at the end of the original - and that the humans had the technology to rebuild their commerce, cities, and governments within a 20 year time of re-discovering them.

We'll just have to wait and see.
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While I was originally on the your side - the side of everything being a sequel both time/character wise - too many of your points are assumptions. Granted mine are assumptions too, but I believe mine has a bit more validity.

It's been proven that the Scub Coral can manipulate time, but it has to do it at will - it does not manipulate time by just being there. Also, you say that they (the people) have advanced technology, when it's actually just different from ours. They still rely on electricity and motor vehicles, but because the coral is there, they now also have the technology of trapar waves and light particles - once again, it's not more advanced, it's just another type of technology.

While I agree that they could have started rebuilding, they could not have rebuilt Tokyo again in full in the time span we are assuming. They could have started, but not finished.

We honestly don't have an idea at this point in time, and we need to wait for more episodes to add evidence to either side of the argument.

All I am saying, is that my theory assumes one thing: the fact that Eureka went back in time to introduce the first Coralian/Human hybrid into the world, before the original conflict between Humans and Coralians started.

... While your theory assumes three things: that the Scub Coral manipulated time on the earth after covering it to keep buildings intact (what was left of them) - that the Nirvash is a new color, in military hands, after having left earth at the end of the original - and that the humans had the technology to rebuild their commerce, cities, and governments within a 20 year time of re-discovering them.

We'll just have to wait and see.


Well you're right, both of us are just assuming and coming up with theories. The most probable thing here which i see happening more than anything is the creators are hoping we have a strong suspension of disbelief, because honestly i didn't really think much about the time skip or anything else for that matter until i came to this thread. I just accepted things as they were. I honestly don't think that it's elaborate as both of us assume, but it's only been one episode so here's to see what more episodes bring =).
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You'd also have to assume the show is lying to you when it tells you that it takes place in 2025 AD. I'm really not sure why you would assume that.
 
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You'd also have to assume the show is lying to you when it tells you that it takes place in 2025 AD. I'm really not sure why you would assume that.


That would be if it is a continuation - if it involves time-travel like in option A, then it makes sense.
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The heart is engraved in the moon, and its engraved to represent the heroes of E7's world: Renton and Eureka.
It wouldn't just fade away after like 15 years; we have a clear shot of the moon both in episode 50 and during AO, and there is no engraving whatsoever on AO's moon.
 
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Just a thought, but at the end of Eureka 7 didn't the Scub Coral say there where going off to another dimension to prevent the whole "limit of questions" problem? What if this is that Alternate Dimension? Naturally the Scub Coral would be appearing there and Renten and Eureka went there also, right?
 
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Just a thought, but at the end of Eureka 7 didn't the Scub Coral say there where going off to another dimension to prevent the whole "limit of questions" problem? What if this is that Alternate Dimension? Naturally the Scub Coral would be appearing there and Renten and Eureka went there also, right?


Damn - that's a cool idea.

But Eureka and Renton stayed on earth at the end of the original - if you go rewatch it, you'll see that.
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it is not time travel

http://puu.sh/qxFR

suppeople ?
 
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http://puu.sh/qxFR

sup ?


That says just "2005年". The opening screen of episode one says "西暦2025年4月". The "西暦" bit is the important one. It means "AD", or literally "western calendar".

http://translate.google.com/#ja|en|%E8%A5%BF%E6%9A%A6%EF%BC%92%EF%BC%90%EF%BC%92%EF%BC%95%E5%B9%B4%EF%BC%94%E6%9C%88
 
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WAHa_06x36 said:
triforcebih said:

http://puu.sh/qxFR

sup ?


That says just "2005年". The opening screen of episode one says "西暦2025年4月". The "西暦" bit is the important one. It means "AD", or literally "western calendar".

http://translate.google.com/#ja|en|%E8%A5%BF%E6%9A%A6%EF%BC%92%EF%BC%90%EF%BC%92%EF%BC%95%E5%B9%B4%EF%BC%94%E6%9C%88


Anno Domini (abbreviated as AD or A.D.)

This calendar era is based on the traditionally reckoned year of the conception or birth of Jesus of Nazareth, with AD counting years after the start of this epoch, and BC denoting years before the start of the epoch

E7 S1 can only be in the past. Try to explain how AO can be in the past compared to E7 S1.

Maybe they used the muslim calendar in S1 which would make AO a prequel. ITS DEFINITELY IT. /sarcasm ...
 
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E7 S1 can only be in the past. Try to explain how AO can be in the past compared to E7 S1.

Maybe they used the muslim calendar in S1 which would make AO a prequel. ITS DEFINITELY IT. /sarcasm ...


You are not making any sense at all.

The Eureka 7 original series used an unnamed calendar which we knows starts sometime about ten thousand years in the future.

Eureka 7 AO uses specifically our current calendar.

These are pretty simple facts, I'm not sure which part of this you are confused about.
 
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Cant we assume the time span to be more then 20 years? We dont know how long it takes coralians to give birth. For all we know, it might take longer.... Why doesnt Ao mention his father AT ALL- its like he either doesnt remember him AT ALL, doesnt care about him, or has never met him. If its the latter, then again, maybe the pregnancy took longer or something... I dont think Renton is the type of guy to leave his son all alone...
Also, why do they call him a foreigner? When Eureka and Renton went there in Eureka 7, it was deserted. If anything, he was more native then anyone else on that island -.- . Also, why does everyone talk about Eureka with disdain? She helped save the world, and again, was one of the first to inhabit the island... so calling her a foreigner doesnt really make sense... -.- i just dont get how Eureka Ao takes place on the same earth as Eureka Seven... If it was, then how is Ao a foreigner- thats just confusing :( Do they mean it in a sense that his mother isnt human? Is there heavy racism? She dyed her hair right? ... I just watched the Eureka Seven series for the first time last week. I finished it in two days, then saw the first episode of this series. I understood the ending for the most part, but then this series completely confused me -.- Where did all these people come from and what happened to everyone else? What happened to the grandpa? Why is Ao living with that stranger rather then an acquaintance from the old series? That makes me think that they're not there... So what happened to them? :(
 
Apr 20, 2012 3:33 PM

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And btw- I do not recall Time Travel being mentioned AT ALL -.- I have no clue where that popped up. It is true that the Scab Coral can manipulate Time and Space, but they never said anyone could go back in time -.- , or maybe they did and I just wasnt paying attention or something... :I
 
Apr 20, 2012 3:35 PM

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DarkAngelz said:
And btw- I do not recall Time Travel being mentioned AT ALL -.- I have no clue where that popped up. It is true that the Scab Coral can manipulate Time and Space, but they never said anyone could go back in time -.- , or maybe they did and I just wasnt paying attention or something... :I


It was never mentioned they couldn't. I linked the page listing their abilities and showing where they were shown.
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BRSxIgnition said:
DarkAngelz said:
And btw- I do not recall Time Travel being mentioned AT ALL -.- I have no clue where that popped up. It is true that the Scab Coral can manipulate Time and Space, but they never said anyone could go back in time -.- , or maybe they did and I just wasnt paying attention or something... :I


It was never mentioned they couldn't. I linked the page listing their abilities and showing where they were shown.


Yeah I saw the link. I actually never noticed the Scub Coral could manipulate Time and Space till i saw the link lmao. I knew it was mystical but never realized some of it. I might have crammed too much lmao :) (I didnt skip anything, but I might have watched them too quickly without having it all completely sink in)
 
Apr 27, 2012 5:15 AM

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This being an alternate dimension or a time travel scenario are the only options, especially after episode 3 that showed us even 10 years prior to the current events they had all of their technology, infrastructure and culture.
 
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I don't get why it has to in the past etc, for all we know certain asian citizens had kept their culture/buildings like that the entire time. It's not like the architecture we see in E7 is all futuristic, rentons hometown is very british looking, the religious places are very arab looking, people still drive crappy cars etc.

The whole future/past crazy thing dosn't make sense with the belforest tower you see on it's side in the opening, or the flying cars.

Just because it says 2025AD dosnt mean they arnt using the same calander as the original just because it was un-named and also just because they are using the calander we use today, dosn't mean we're part of the eureka seven dimension or ever have been.
 
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As of episode three, I am making a theory that possibly Eureka went with the Nirvash back in time to the point where the scub corals first inhabited Earth. Eureka went back in time while pregnant with Ao, possibly in hopes of preventing the Earth from becoming what it would otherwise be 10000 years later.

The Nirvash may be the color it is either due to time travel effects or different material being used for time travel, this is just a wild guess.

The state of Earth isn't the same as ours currently, as there are different country alliances and diplomatic relations.

The technology used by Generation Blue as well as the trapar-riding cars may look similar to what was used 10000 years later but that may be due to the fact that all those were prototypes to the technology used during the time of Kanan-Earth.

As noticed by this thread creator the Secret in Episode 3 was similar to the board used by Eureka and Renton in season 1 but that may be entirely due to how they both are able to ride trapar waves.

I think the whole time travel idea may be a pretty far-fetched idea, but since this is Earth somewhat in "our" present state and time, with the arrival of scub coral, trapar wave technology and people never hearing the names of the saviors of their planet...Eureka went back in time to prevent all of what her kind did. Ao may be the savior since he is the true hybrid/unification of corealians and humans.

Idk this is just off the top of my head.
 
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I'm pretty convinced that "Eureka" is just a recurring name given to coralians and that Ao's mom is a different character altogether from the original show's

also it's pretty obvious these mecha and stuff are prototypes of the ones used in E7.
 
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Nyron said:
I'm pretty convinced that "Eureka" is just a recurring name given to coralians and that Ao's mom is a different character altogether from the original show's

also it's pretty obvious these mecha and stuff are prototypes of the ones used in E7.


Prototypes? When the Nirvash is in its third and final form? The one it had just before it attained enlightenment? Really?
"Evidently... There's no such thing as 'meaning' in this world. But that in itself is wonderful... isn't it? Since if there isn't a set meaning, then you can just find one on your own."
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