Blake Pops a Theory: the Fallen Earth Theory

What’s popping, Poptropicans? Yes, it’s me! I’ve been gone for over a month now. Did you miss me? So, for my first post back, I’ve decided to do a theory – complete with a new graphic!

blake pops a theory

Today’s theory is one made by myself, entitled the Fallen Earth Theory. It actally does kind of play off of the Poptropica Parallel Theory from Episode One. Now, in that episode, I remarked how a mysterious benefactor was the one who gave us the blimp. But who, or what, is our benefactor? The answer?

It’s simple: Our benefactor is our future self from Time Tangled Island.

You see, this is all related to the dimensions theory, as well as a sort of timeline ordeal. You see, I believe that our future self is our benefactor. But Blake, you may say. How can it be him, if we saved the future? It’s simple.

We meddled in time, and the future seen at Time Tangled’s beginning? It was caused  by us.

This works because of the Butterfly Effect, which states there is a 1 in 10 chance of something messing up due to time travel. So, back to the theory. The future us gives us the blimp, as a way of stopping us from saving the future. But Blake, you may say. Isn’t that a paradox? To which I say:

IT’S A KIDS’ GAME IT DOESN’T HAVE TO BE 100% ACCURATE BECAUSE MY MOM SAID SO

But in all due seriousness, what if the reason we’re able to travel to various time periods in Time Tangled Island and various other islands is due to our meddling in time? What if the timeline in which we saved the future was rewritten, due to our own trying to save it in another? Tell me what you think in the comments below!

In other news, I’m planning on starting a monthly sort of mail series! You’ll usually find them, if I ever get around to checking my inbox, at the bottom of my posts. You can email me over at blakesgotmail@gmail.com! Let’s see those submissions roll in!

Well anyway, that’s it for now! Stay popping, Poptropicans.

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3 thoughts on “Blake Pops a Theory: the Fallen Earth Theory

  1. Popular Wolf says:

    Yaaaay, Blake!! Welcome back! By the way, you should read “A Sound of Thunder” by Ray Bradbury to give true meaning to the butterfly effect. Great theory!

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