Syfy’s ‘Krypton’ (2018?) = Battlestar Galactica (2004) + Flash Gordon (1980)
The real, in a Lacanian sense, is bigger than the sum total of human knowledge, if only by mass; we can at least know that what we don’t yet know is bigger than what we know, if only because we can see so many places, out in space, that we haven’t yet been able to visit. But language–human reality–gets the upper hand and becomes the predator, the master and quantifier of even the unknown, through that one little word, articulated whenever necessary: ‘yet’. Even if there is an infinitude that we don’t know, even that infinitude only ever gets smaller, since what we know generally only ever gets bigger.
And I don’t know how to mess with time, but shouldn’t this be true?:
Contained area of space + accelerate time there really, really fast = Boltzmann Brain Chamber
The sign is arbitrary because language, though arising from nature, is not demanded by nature.
A footnote and accompanying media cut from the following, which is, itself, part of an upcoming piece on the Marvel Omniverse:
…if superhero film narratives are inspired by superhero comic narratives, the whole #itsallconnected ethos only adds the complication of replacing ageing human actors to the problematics of multiversal/time-travelling/title-hopping/otherwise-conveniently-present characters interacting with themselves, others, themselves-as-others, and others-as-themselves.
 A little tangentially: I still don’t get how Logan St. Claire is supposed to be a version of Quinn Mallory. Gender-swap, fine, but why would they have different last names if they’re ‘genetically identical’??? WTF???