Conchobhar wrote:Of course there's the possibility that time passes differently in Not Narnia. Alternate universe relativity and all.
Jessi wrote:Seems to be the case. If you recall in the first film, Lucy and everyone spend decades at the very least ruling Narnia, and when they leave the old professor only just comes in.
Probably. In the first book, the kids spent decades in Narnia but barely seconds pass on Earth. Between books, the time varies. About a year passes between each of the first four books on Earth, but the time in Narnia not only doesn't pass at the same rate, but also not at the same ratio of change — 1,300 years (#1–#2), 3 years (#2–#3), and 50 years (#3–#4). There's no constant X Earth years equals Y Narnian years.
Sirenemarie83 wrote:What I'm more concerned about is how the people embedded in the floor survive? They can't exactly breathe, or even eat or drink, or perform other necessary bodily functions.
I'm guessing a sort of suspended animation combined with their not exactly necessarily being in
I could speculate further on plausible explanations for both subjects, but that would quite frankly leave everyone's eyes more glazed than a pre-opening bakery of donuts. Sometimes, "Magiiiic *-*" is
the best answer. :\
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