Warning: SPOILERS for The 100 season 7, episode 2.
The 100 season 7, scene 2 investigated the Anomaly, at last clarifying a portion of the secret of what it is, which just brings up significantly more issues.
The 100 season 7 has clarified what the Anomaly truly is and how it functions, especially with respect to how it’s a scaffold between universes. It was obvious as it so happens that the Anomaly would have been a major piece of the story in the show’s last season. The Anomaly was a significant component of the world in The 100 season 6, however it generally took a rearward sitting arrangement to the contention going on in Sanctum. It was left to a side story, with several characters who weren’t given the primary center going close to the Anomaly.
The finish of The 100 season 6 clarified that there was going be much more of the Anomaly just around the corner. The season finished on a cliffhanger, with Hope Diyoza (Shelby Flannery) rising up out of the Anomaly. She cut Octavia (Marie Avgeropolous), who at that point vanished and returned into the Anomaly. The 100 season 7 debut saw individuals with exceptionally cutting edge innovation coming out of the Anomaly and catching Bellamy Blake (Bob Morley), prompting Hope, Echo (Tasya Teles), and Gabriel (Chuku Modu) going into the Anomaly to discover him.
The 100 season 7, scene 2, “The Garden” investigated the opposite side of the Anomaly and filled in a great deal of the story that occurred with Octavia, Hope, and Charmaine Diyoza (Ivana Milicevic). While there are still things left to be uncovered, the scene filled in a ton. There are still secrets, however what the Anomaly is, the way it works, and where the entirety of this may be going has become more clear at this point.
The Eligius missions originally turned into a piece of the story in The 100 season 5, when the overcomers of the Eligius IV strategic back to Earth. Eligius IV was a space rock mining crucial by detainees, drove by Charmaine Diyoza, a famous fear monger from the time before the atomic end times. They drove the fundamental clash in season 5, attempting to guarantee the little piece of Earth that was as yet inhabitable. Yet, they were Eligius IV, suggesting that there were more Eligius missions.
From the get-go in The 100 season 5, Raven Reyes (Lindsey Morgan) finds data on Eligius I and II, which were likewise mining missions. The documents on Eligius III were encoded, however Monty Green (Christopher Larkin) splits it in the season 5 finale. Eligius III’s crucial centered around colonization, not mining. They went out into profound space to discover somewhere else for mankind to live. The Eligius III sent five groups to five distinct planets, alluded to as Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, and Epsilon. Alpha, which is really a moon, not a planet, was settled and later became Sanctum, the primary setting of The 100 season 6. Strategic Alpha landed and the first families in the long run turned into the Primes, the fundamental foes of season 6. Crucial Beta wasn’t exactly as fortunate.
“The Garden” uncovers that the group crash-arrived on Beta, leaving just a solitary survivor, Colin Benson. While they fizzled at colonizing Beta, it is survivable and can be reached from Alpha by experiencing the Anomaly. Diyoza goes into the Anomaly, followed not long after by Octavia, and the two of them live there for around 10 years. While there, Diyoza’s girl, Hope, is born, and she gives the planet its name: Skyring. There’s little data about different planets that Eligius III set off to; one of them is Bardo, which is referenced in “The Garden” as where the Disciples, the individuals who hijacked Bellamy in the season 7 debut, are based. The initial credits for this season additionally show two more, Etherea and Nakara, yet without giving a lot of detail on those.
While Gabriel couldn’t get the code for the Anomaly out of Colin Benson’s psyche/memory drive, he got the response to how time takes a shot at Skyring and why it’s so unique in relation to the others. As per Becca Franco (Erica Cerra) in those recollections, the entirety of the Eligius III universes are in generally nearness to a dark gap, which is the reason time gets abnormal there. Of the considerable number of planets, Skyring is farther from the dark gap than the others. This prompts outrageous time expansion, where time moves more slow on Skyring contrasted with on Sanctum. From various perspectives, this is like piece of Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, wherein visiting a planet close to a dark gap brings about decades going back on Earth in negligible hours.
In The 100 season 6, scene 8, “The Old Man and the Anomaly”, Octavia goes into the Anomaly around six seconds after Diyoza, yet three months went for Diyoza in that time. Octavia returns out of the Anomaly only 12 seconds after the fact, yet longer than 10 years took a break back on Sanctum. While the specific proportion is somewhat indistinct, this matches well with time expansion and general relativity. The closer something is to a dark opening, the more slow time appears to go there, moderately. Sanctum would need to be very near the dark gap, yet time there would pass significantly more gradually contrasted with Skyring, which is a lot farther from the dark opening.
The dark gap isn’t the main thing the Eligius III planets share practically speaking. The Anomaly itself is available on the entirety of the picked planets, which is a piece of the motivation behind why they were picked for the missions in any case. The Anomaly connects these universes together, and conceivably more, making understanding and examining it a piece of the colonization strategic well. Strolling into the Anomaly will take whoever goes there to a different universe, as indicated obviously in “The Garden”. It can likewise be constrained by utilizing the Anomaly Stone, which nobody on the show has had the option to do reliably. How precisely it functions and how it arrived are prime inquiries to be replied in The 100 season 7.
There are still progressively unanswered inquiries concerning the Anomaly, which is by all accounts much more than essentially a wormhole. A few characters have had dreams identified with it, for example, Jordan and Russell, even while being not even close to its area. Octavia and Hope experienced amnesia when outside of the Anomaly, yet recollected things once they were in it. Strolling into the Anomaly additionally recuperated Octavia from a serious physical issue she acquired in season 6. None of this has been clarified at this point, implying that while a great deal of the secret of the Anomaly has been illuminated, there’s still a ton left to cover about the Anomaly in future scenes of The 100.