Does Senku Create A Time Machine

WARNING: the following contains spoilers for Dr. Stone Chapter 232, by Boichi, Riichiro Inagaki, Caleb Cook and Steve Dutro. Senku's fateful mission to the Moon ends with a peaceful and diplomatic solution, and a single Medusa is all that remains of the hive-minded -- and possibly alien -- AI Why-Man. Hero Ishigami Senku and his tiny crew return home to Earth in triumph, but no victory on the Moon can fix the ancient past; Yet. Senku's victory opens all kinds of possibilities for the future of this new Stone Age, but Senku still longs for the past. From the very start, his mission has been to restore human civilization around the world, and his final invention is a game-changer on par with any James Cameron movie. In Dr. Stone's final chapter, Senku becomes the legendary John Connor. In Dr. Stone's final chapter, Senku's team returns home, and years pass. The ever-expanding Kingdom of Science makes rapid progress, from building functioning airplanes to a small city, complete with 21st-century flags. Taiju even finally marries his sweetheart, Yuzuriha. For the brilliant Senku, though, there is always another project, another theory to test.

His friends can hardly believe their eyes, but they have already seen Senku do the impossible.

Instead of saving the peace with everyone else, Senku works hard in a secret lab on his most ambitious project yet. Senku uses the Medusa as a reference for reverse engineering and plans to build a functioning time machine. As of Dr. Stone's final chapter, the in-progress time machine is not yet ready for use, and Senku admits that years or decades may pass before this incredible contraption is ready for use. His friends can hardly believe their eyes, but they have already seen Senku do the impossible. If Senku succeeds in this online mission, he may become one of shonen's greatest-ever science fiction heroes. He can already be compared to The Matrix's Neo, a brave hero who stood up to the tyranny of machines, but not even Neo traveled through time. But in James Cameron's popular Terminator movies, the resistance commander John Connor used time travel to send Kyle Reese back to 1984 Los Angeles and save humanity from the horrors of Skynet and its mechanical legions.

39;s original goal of preserving global human civilization.

By AD 2029, the human race was nearly doomed, and the key to salvation lay in the past. Senku thinks along the same lines in Dr. Stone, but he may cost himself his most critical shonen values ​​along the way. RELATED: Jujutsu Kaisen, MHA Creators Share Their Love for Dr. Senku's mission is to return to the 21st century, just hours before Why-Man released its all-encompassing petrification beam to trap the human race in stone. Why-Man had mistakenly believed this to be a beneficial move for humanity, but Senku knows better. Senku plans to use the technology for a much better purpose. He will trap the entire human race in stone on his own, and this will prevent Why-Man from discovering humanity and using its own beams. Thus, Why-Man will simply pass by Earth in ignorance, and once the danger passes, Senku will undo his petrification and restore humanity. In so doing, Senku will prevent the new Stone Age from ever happening, and future Stone Age natives such as Kohaku, the "sorcerer" Chrome, and Kaseki will never have existed. Senku's entire adventure there will be erased and replaced with a new timeline. That's good news for the human race, but oddly enough, Senku's greatest time-travel plan will also invalidate all the shonen lessons he had learned along the way. He relied on ingenuity, the power of friendship, and hard work to accomplish what he wanted, and soon, it will all be gone. It's almost ironic, but it seems to be the only way to accomplish Senku's original goal of preserving global human civilization. If John Connor can erase the grim future to restore a more peaceful past, then so can Ishigami Senku. Leaders like them always have to make the toughest decisions for the sake of others.

Epic Dope is the new home of streaming news, views and reviews. No Comments on Is Satoru Gojo's Fate Decided? Will He Be Unsealed Or Is He Sealed Forever? Gege Akutami shocked us all in Chapter 91 by sealing away Satoru Gojo, one of the most popular and overpowered characters in Jujutsu Kaisen. Ever since, I've been left holding my breath in anticipation- wondering when, how, and whether he can be freed at all. The series of unfortunate events that followed, known as the Shibuya Arc, had me on the edge of my seat all throughout. Things escalated quickly, and by the end, Gojo was deemed an accomplice, banned from the Jujutsu world and removing the seal from the Prison Realm and freeing him deemed a criminal act. According to Master Tengen, Satoru Gojo can be unsealed using the back end of the Prison Realm. Yuji, Yuta, and Megumi have to find a sorcerer named Angel, who can terminate all techniques to open the back end of the Prison Realm. Why Was Satoru Gojo Sealed? Kenshuku's plan involves forcing the evolution of humans to optimize cursed energy by assimilating them with Master Tengen.

He has also released a deluge of curses and awoken several cursed objects as part of the Culling Game- the first part of his elaborate plan. However, the second part appears to be way more sinister, as Chapter 167 hints at the complete annihilation of the surviving sorcerers amidst Kenshuku's meeting with high-ranking Chinese government officials. Gojo was sealed alive to prevent interference in Kenshuku's plans. Gojo is the first sorcerer to inherit both the Limitless and the Six Eyes in the last 100 years. He is capable of beating Kenshuku and foiling his plans like the previous users of the Six Eyes. Kenshuku's plans have been warned by those possessing the Six Eyes before. Despite killing the Six Eyes before they were no less than one month old, the technique was inherited by another right away. Since more than one person cannot possess the technique at a given time, Kenshku then shifted his focus to sealing away the Six Eyes rather than killing them and began his search for the Prison Realm.

39;ll be no stopping him from eliminating them all in one fell swoop.

While Gojo's return would significantly tip the scales in our heroes' favor, there's speculation that there'll be a bloodbath. Gojo would likely go on a rampage exterminating the Jujutsu higher-ups and Kenshuku's forces. As it stands, he's already incensed with the prolonged hypocrisy of the Jujutsu clans and that his closest friend's corpse is being disrespectfully used as a flesh puppet. So, when he learns of Nanami's death, Yaga's murder at the hands of Principal Gakuganji, and the magnitude of Kenshuku's horrific plans, there'll be no stopping him from eliminating them all in one fell swoop. II. Is Gojo Dead? Gojo was sealed alive in Chapter 91 and is shown to be alive within the Prison Realm. The Prison Realm is a living barrier capable of sealing nearly anything. Time does not pass within the Prison Realm, as stated by Gojo himself. In Chapter 90, Kenshku states that the seal can be lifted in 100 or 1000 years.

It is not clear whether Gojo will be kept alive within the Prison Realm for that long, but it is known that the Prison Realm can hold only one person at a given time and cannot be used again unless the person sealed within it kills themself. The various skeletons surrounding Gojo in the Prison Realm may belong to those previously sealed within it. Is Gojo Sealed Forever? Yuji Itadori, Megumi Fushiguro, and Yuta Okkotsu are currently working towards freeing Gojo. Yuta has already entered the Culling Game ahead of Yuji and Megumi to gather information. They have obtained the back end of the Prison Realm from Master Tengen and are looking for a sorcerer named Hana Kurusu, also known as Angel, whose Cursed Technique can terminate all other techniques. The back end alone cannot simply be used to free Gojo as only the person in possession of the front end has the authority to open the Prison Realm. Obtaining the front end from Kenshuku would be near to impossible.

39;s corpse is being disrespectfully used as a flesh puppet.

Thus, to open the back end, it would have to be broken open with a Cursed Technique such as Angel's, which nullifies other Cursed Techniques. While Gojo's return would significantly tip the scales in our heroes' favor, there's speculation that there'll be a bloodbath. Gojo would likely go on a rampage exterminating the Jujutsu higher-ups and Kenshuku's forces. As it stands, he's already incensed with the prolonged hypocrisy of the Jujutsu clans and that his closest friend's corpse is being disrespectfully used as a flesh puppet. So, when he learns of Nanami's death, Yaga's murder at the hands of Principal Gakuganji, and the magnitude of Kenshuku's horrific plans, there'll be no stopping him from eliminating them all in one fell swoop. It is currently unclear whether Angel is an ally or a foe. If she is an ally and does agree to use her Cursed Technique, Gojo could instantly be unsealed. Angel may be a foe and may disagree with unsealing Gojo due to her own personal motives. To further complicate matters, at the end of Chapter 137, Satoru Gojo was declared an accomplice in the Shibuya Incident and exiled from the Jujutsu world. Unsealing him was also deemed a criminal act.

Even if she has no vendetta against Gojo, she may disagree to help free him purely due to the orders from the higher-ups. But we'll soon find out whose side she's on, as Chapter 173 features her descending upon an unconscious Megumi after his brutal battle with Reggie Star. While there appears to be no hostility in her eyes, her unknown background, goals, and unique anti-curse abilities still raise major red flags. Cursed objects such as the Black Rope and the Inverted Spear of Heaven imbued with cursed techniques similar to Angel's could also be used to open the back end of the Prison Realm. 1. The Black Rope was first seen being used by a sorcerer named Miguel against Gojo during the Cursed Child Arc. It was woven over several decades by Miguel's people in Africa and was strong enough to disrupt Gojo's Limitless Technique. However, Megumi states Gojo got rid of all the Black Rope. Yuta and Miguel were unable to find any more of it in Africa either. 1. The Inverted Spear of Heaven was last used 11 years ago by Toji Fushiguro. During his mission to kill the Plasma Star Vessel, Riko Amanai, Toji nearly killed Gojo using the cursed tool to nullify his Limitless Technique. Following these events, the Inverted Spear of Heaven too, however, was either sealed or destroyed by Gojo.


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