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Ruber Vision Vs Jess Images Object Status Chuckle


The argument has been raised as to whether or not Ruber’s vision in the desert was an authentic vision of the room as it was in 1961. The new information supplied by Jess suggests a new way to settle this argument.

The problem is that we don’t know if the room settings that Jess has provided represent the room as seen through the Polaroid or as seen by Ruber in his vision. The only way to settle this would be to establish that there was something visible in the room while Joe was looking into the Polaroid that was the same as the setting in the Jess images, and that Ruber could not have seen.

I reviewed the scenes where Joe, Jennifer, and Ruber are looking into the Polaroid. I determined that Ruber was looking over Joe’s shoulder so many times while the Polaroid was aimed in so many different directions that it is conceivable Ruber saw everything in the room.

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In my opinion, Jess’s images do not confirm that Ruber’s image in the desert was an authentic vision of the room in 1961.

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Well the set was fully set up with all the objects where they were suppose to be for rubbers vision. But i have never got any information that the vision was rubbers own mental ailment or something the objects did

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We saw the room two times: once in the Polaroid and once in Ruber’s vision. While we were looking into the Polaroid, so was Ruber. He knows as much as we do.
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Actually, i asked Chris about the vision and if it was accurate, back when i was taking screen shots. And he said that the room was set up with everything in it how its suppose to be. But I'll try and find the email and post his exact words.

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If it were not that we are obviously supposed to think that, and Chris could not be expected to give away major plot elements, I would be inclined to accept your reference.
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I asked
"Is Rubbers Dream sequence accurate of how things were in the room? I have been looking through and everything seems the same and all the objects are the right objects and are in the same place. But is it accurate as if that was a Polaroid scene?"

His Answer
"Regarding Ruber's vision, the attempt in production was to get everything in the right place. But it is one man's vision, not necessarily the absolute truth. So consider it a good guide, but if on the off chance we ever do more TLR episodes, I reserve the right to revise..."

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As I suspected.
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