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SPOILER WARNING: The significance of "253" and a possible explanation for Good Cooper's amnesia  

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(@7000eur)
Dweller

""non-existence" could just mean the total wipe of good Cooper's memory, especially because he does not recognize Ronette as familiar in the big tin can room. " 

He doesn't recognize Laura Palmer immediately, it's less likely he would have remembered Ronette's face, so the idea this causes his catatonic state doesn't fit well with me. I think the AC/DC theory for why Coopers brain/memories are scrambled. The non-existence line, for me, seemed to indicate a more metaphysical threat, than any real action by the doppleganger. Cooper is also somewhat coherent for the scenes following falling through the void, so it seems even more unlikely that the Doppletree did anything to him mentally or physically, apart from sending him into said void. 

 

Also, even the end credits haven't confirmed that this is Ronette, so we can't ask for Coop to do it.

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Posted : 04/07/2017 1:47 pm
(@labios)
Owl

would 253 also be the area code in Twin Peaks?   https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Area_code_253

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Posted : 14/07/2017 2:47 am
(@aetherealrumour)
Lodger

I agree that it is metaphysical, but also "thrown" as a kind of curse. 

Another reference to non-existence is when Mr. C asks Jeffries, if it is Jeffries, on the phone "Are you nowhere?"

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Posted : 31/08/2017 1:39 pm
(@trina_jones)
Dweller

yes that is what I think too.

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Posted : 01/09/2017 10:44 pm
(@sator)
Owl

+20 deciduous teeth - the average number of bones in the human skeleton until the onset of ossification. and several more values of 273

and 15, 3

 

This post was modified 6 months ago by ArXeHNeKrOCOHeN

nihil occultum quod non reveletur

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Posted : 22/08/2018 10:25 am
(@sator)
Owl

no more baby teeth

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nihil occultum quod non reveletur

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Posted : 24/08/2018 5:43 am
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