A Vengers: Endgame Theories are not for the occasional fan. They include quantum ranges, time loops, timewirls, multiple dimensions, concurrent timelines, and a series of twisted diagrams drawn from decades of comic books. At this point, one can not say how Marvel intends to solve Thanos & # 39; Snap in a way that is actually meaningful to non-Superfan moviegoers.
But of all the complex theories on the market, Reddit may have recently been released most galaxy brain. It's long and confusing and includes math (!), But stays there because it's worth it:
Some people have introduced fan theories about the act of Avengers 4: Endgame. I looked at Age of Ultron and Doctor Strange and discovered something most, if not all, of the other theories overlooked.
Several users have suggested that Endgame will include time travel and Quantum Realm as a major component in overcoming Thanos ̵1; and completing Doctor – a staggering 1 in 14 million visions. The more I think about it, it seems to me that we grossly underestimate the scope of this vision and how far Dr. Strange has implemented his plan before being turned to dust.
If there's anything we know about Marvel It's that they love to bring hints and easter eggs to the movies. I think, at least some of them put together, I think most of what has happened since Doctor Strange (or some time after the events of Doctor Strange) is part of a time loop – that's going to repeat itself until it's in Endgame is broken. [19659004ImZeitaltervonUltronsagtBannerzuTony"DiesisteineZeitschleife"diemirimKontextalsseltsameAussageerschienEswirdnichtvielübereineandereZeitschleifenreferenzalsdiesenAustauschdiskutiertodererwähntundinDoctorStrangewoStrangeDormammuineineZeitschleifeversetztumDormammuzuzwingenseinePlänefürdieErdezubeendenunddenDimensionsdurchgangzuverschließen
I think it's strange that Strange has achieved a victory over Thanos in only one of 14,000,605 futures. By definition, there are infinitely many universes – every decision a being makes leads to a new alternate universe. By this logic, it makes no sense why Strange saw a subset of the alternative futures (big as it may be) and why they only win in 1. By definition, there can not be just 1 of any alternative universe in which they win. 14000605 is an arbitrary number.
I do not think Strange saw all kinds of results – he saw 14,000,604 iterations "until the heroes win". There is literally "just one way to stop Thanos". This makes even more sense because he uses the timestamp that controls time. Alternative realities should be the domain of the reality stone (and I do not think we saw the true potential of the reality stone), not the time stone. Although admittedly 14 million iterations could perhaps take the plot a little too far.
In the war of infinity, when Strange passes the time-stone to Thanos, the stone clearly shines and is thus "activated" – since the events of the war of infinity. At least at this time, the time loops are located.
Even though Strange is dust, the time warp does not break, as we saw in Doctor Strange (when Dormammu repeatedly kills him). Strange reminds us again when he tells Ebony Maw: "They find the magic of a dead man … hard to break …" in Infinity War.
I think the time warp is perhaps another reason why infinity is war film is referred to as such. Think about it, the war against Thanos does not happen all over the universe – but only in certain places like Earth, Xandar, Titan, Knowhere, etc. Various other cosmic places and entities exist in the universe of Marvel, but are not involved in this war , although they would of course be influenced by the outcome. However, the war is endless in iterations – moreover, at least when the war is over Infinity Stones, the events of the Infinity War are looping (though we only see one iteration) until the heroes win and break the loop in Endgame.
Scott Lang (Ant-Man) is the placeholder in breaking the loop. Having entered the quantum realm, he can leave the time loop (perhaps through a time vortex mentioned in Ant-Man 2). That would explain why Time Vortices was so funny in the movie. Everything we see in Civil War and Ant Man movies is part of the time loop – but if you cross a time vortex while stuck in Quantum realm, Ant-Man can leave the time loop.
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What I can summarize here is, essentially, that Doctor Strange caught Thanos in a time warp before the war so that everything could run until he achieved the only result that worked. Here is the interaction that the fan refers to:
There are some issues with this theory, most notably its timing by Doctor Strange, who plays the time loop sometime during Age of Ultron . The events of Ultron took place before Doctor Strange received the Timeline. This means that the time loop that Banner mentions is not the one in question (although there may be a situation where Doctor Strange could go back in time and make a cast, I have no idea, but why not hell). The theory could still be useful if Dr. Strange Thanos at some point between its history and the events of the Infinity War (19459003)
in a time warp. Marvel, however, has many options all it has to do is make sure it makes sense for children and people who do not understand the nuances of time travel theory for comic books.