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Time is an important part of Lost, making many appearances throughout the show. Flashbacks and Flashforwards show the lives of characters during a different time other than on the Island.The Island is known to have a different concept of time, as it moves at a different pace, as seen in Daniel's experiments. Time travel, both physically and through the conscious are also concepts that have been witnessed in the later seasons of Lost.
- Sayid comes to the conclusion that the distress signal has been playing for 16 years. ("Pilot: Part 2")
- During the discovery of Adam and Eve, Jack claims that they have been dead for 40-50 years. ("House of the Rising Sun")
- Sawyer reads A Wrinkle in Time. ("Dues Ex Machina")
- Kate and her childhood sweetheart Tom bury a time capsule and open it years later. ("Born to Run")
The time before the next push is tracked on the countdown timer.
- There is a countdown timer in the Swan station, which is reset every 108 minutes with the numbers. ("Adrift")
- The title of episode 2.07 is "The Other 48 Days".
- Mr. Eko does not talk for 40 days after he killed an Other. ("The Other 48 Days")
- Michael meets with captive Walt for three minutes, which is also the name of the episode.
- A system failure occurred at 16:16 on September 22nd, the time the plane crashed.
- Ben explains to Jack what events have happened off the Island during the 67 days he has been there. ("The Glass Ballerina")
- Aldo was reading A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking. ("Not in Portland")
- Richard Alpert shows a scan of a womb that Juliet believes is of a 70 year old woman, when in fact she was 20. ("Not in Portland")
- Juliet said that she has been on the Island for 3 years, 2 months, and 28 days. ("Not in Portland")
- Mittelos is an anagram for "Lost Time". ("Not in Portland").
- Desmond relieves part of his life after the Swan imploded. ("Flashes Before Your Eyes")
- The clock reads 1:08 in Desmond's flat. ("Flashes Before Your Eyes")
- Ms. Hawking has many clocks inside the jewelry store. ("Flashes Before Your Eyes")
- Richard appears to not age, after young Ben encountered him in the jungle in the 1970s. ("The Man Behind the Curtain")
- Ben looks at his watch when he kills his father in the Purge; the time was 4:00. ("The Man Behind the Curtain")
- Ben orders to kill Sayid, Jin, and Bernard while giving Jack a minute to respond. ("Through the Looking Glass")
Daniel discovers a difference of time on the Island.
- Daniel does an experiment involving time. He launches a payload from the Kahana, and waits for it to arrive. It eventually arrives, 31 minutes later than what the time is on the Island. ("The Economist")
- The perspective of the time it takes for the helicopter to travel from the Island to the Kahana is different from the Island and the Kahana. ("The Constant")
- Desmond, Minkowski, and Brandon suffer from their conscious traveling through time without a constant. ("The Constant")
- Ray washes ashore on the Island dead, but does not die on the Kahana until a couple of days later. ("The Shape of Things to Come")
- The Orchid was built to experiment time travel. Ben turns the wheel underneath the Orchid to move the Island through time. ("There's No Place Like Home: Parts 2 & 3")
- Dr. Pierre Chang wakes up at 8:15. ("Because You Left")
- Daniel explains that the Island is skipping in time, causing the Island to travel through different time periods erratically. ("Because You Left")
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