Why Ragnarok Doesn't Matter

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Subscribe for more: http://tinyurl.com/khwu8ej Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theimaginaryaxis Or Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/tylerattheaxis Have a question? Ask in the comments, or e-mail us at [email protected] "Maybe some stories are so good... so powerful... so wanted... that the universe believes them. So good they're magic. So good they come alive." -Loki Ragnarok is perhaps one of the most powerful and cataclysmic events in all of recorded myth or history! A battle spanning all nine realms of the cosmos, destined to take the universe down with it! Gods are born. Gods die. Loki, Thor, Asgard, and even the All-Father himself face immeasurable peril as everything comes to an end in one final battle! .........Let's talk about why it's not such a big deal. Why You Should Fear The Ghost Rider https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEhd5T4cT2o How Powerful Are The infinity Stones? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Z9fReGWArU EVERY Thor vs Hulk Fight EVER! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R57iDntD0x0 The Seven Dark Gods of the DC Universe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ATxT1MUZE8 Is Batman Insane? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqYpx22bSwI The Mighty Thor and all related characters, settings, and media are property of Marvel World Wide Inc. No copyright infringement intended.

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  • Just for the record, there are many interpretations of the Norse myths and Ragnarok in particular. Due to a lack of historic preservation and later influences by Christianity, it is largely unclear how much of what we know was present in the original story. Some scholars will tell you one thing, while others will tell you something entirely different. This video explores one possible interpretation with its primary sources being the works and studies of Mircea Eliade and Rudolf Simek. This is also the interpretation that Marvel Comics adheres to.

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  • Humans don't think about death? What universe are you from again? You're young, when you're confronted with your imminent death, I'm sure your attitude will change!

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  • It's acually true. Me growing up with this only makes it really hard to accept that it's all just a circle... But i have to since i have no other option... Unless i wanna be a nerdy norse lover of course. But i don't.

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  • Time is an illusion. Lunchtime, doubly so.

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  • Nope.

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  • 3:09 lol, really appreciate the Amon Amarth album art here :P

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  • Well, you killed my fear of my death. Thanks

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  • It matters because on how loki got the stone it would be confusing in avengers part 1

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  • Yeah, that was a really good theory, but that's in the comics, not the MCU, Cinematic universem

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  • Spoiled avegers 4 or thor 4

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  • "Leanear"

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  • Ragnarok is a terrible movie, there is a reason why they discarded everything from it in Infinity War

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  • Time is no illusion. Time is needed due to causality. Furthermore, i have yet to see a theory that prefers non linear time.

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  • I'm late oh and you just reminded me of futurama where they go into the future and find out it just resets and repeated man I'm going to rewatch it now

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  • Fack ju

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  • Nice Amon Amarth Album Artwork 3:10

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  • What's cool about the internet is that you have said what you have said in the video so many times in different time zones at different times of the day. You will always say the same thing in that same spot forever. Crazy right?

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  • Hey have a nother video how powerful is Godzilla all versions of him movies and comics

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  • In norse myths there ragnarok and a happy beginning and still like that In marvel comics version there where you find time cycle

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  • Does it really matter if it doesn't matter?

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  • Ragnar Lothbrok did not fear death

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  • Are you okay? The Norse Gods weren’t real it was just myths like all religions, and Groundhog Day isn’t a film

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  • This isn’t part of the MCU it is part of the comics

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  • Time is a human construct.

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  • Could you make a video on Dr.Strange? He is my favirite superhero-

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  • Try DBZ plz!

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  • Are you Tyler Durden? Does that mean you're imaginary. Doesn't that make your channel just - "The Axis" :p

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  • I love your style. :)

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  • Crash bandicoot soundtracks

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  • It actually does matter. For the money know what i’m sayin

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  • COUNTER POINT: You say let's ride this one out, but then go on to say "If you are going to be stuck in a story... blah blah blah... it better be a good one" and the only way it can be a good story is if the characters do something and not just ride it out. So there you go. You can't both ride out the end and have the story be a good one.

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  • To be honest I am afraid of death. But, the idea of immortality is much more terrifying to me. Mainly because I don't trust humanity's future.

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  • So the North Gods believe in Buddhism..

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  • "History could've rewritten itself 5 minutes ago based on something you did just now." Mandela effect anyone? {:-)

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  • Please See "THE FILM THEORY" It is very similar to your channel

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  • i think i'm in love with hella

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  • If i take enough drugs can i take the rainbow bridge to Asgard. Love your videos.....

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  • He was actually right in the end lmao

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  • If you've read Iron Druid....yea I agree...doesn't really matter :(

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  • In the end, most Gods will die but not all. All Humans except for Aske and Embla die. Aske and Embla hide in Yggdrasil, and then repopulate Midgard

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  • "Leeenear??"

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  • This isn't canon to the MCU though.

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  • Imagine if the Bible or the Quran had the same concept.

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  • that is so strange to think about now that i made this comment and watched this video there is a higher chance that i commented and watched this video.

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  • Wait.. A sword that burns everything? Kratos?

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  • 1. it matters because its canon and its a good movie along with this being a major event in the marvel universe, and 2. your opinion is more inferior than many others

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  • to transcend samsara?

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  • 😃

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  • Thor could rebuild asgard with the space and the reality stone.

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  • All creation has it's place

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  • They had the dwarves build the hammer for them it wasn't made in Asgaard.

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  • "All our science and maths work fine with non-linear time." Doesn't non-linear time fucks the idea of causality ? And isn't the principle of causality a pretty solid axiom in physic, at least for what we know now ? (I may be wrong, correct me if needed)

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  • U haven’t uploaded in a month Wya

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  • All that stories are about nimrod and Kush and the apostate if the most high.

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  • The reason ragnarok didn't matter is because all the asgardians Thor saved at the end of the movie, were dead at the beginning of infinity war. Oops Spoilers

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  • This also explains dejavu

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  • What about Loki in infinity war

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  • Why is he pronouncing linear _leanier_ !?

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  • Disagree, Ragnorok Introduces Thor's Ability Without His Hammer, And Reveals New Characters. And It also leads up to Infinity war.

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  • Make an infinity war video

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  • The Big Rip or Vacuum Decay could end the universe irreversibly, by either outright destroying, it or changing physics so extensively that life and a return to a pre-event universe are both impossible.

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  • Oh. And here I thought this would be analyzing the movie Thor: Ragnarok and how it has little to no effect on the larger plot of the MCU.

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  • Live forever, have the power to procrastinate until the end of time, kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk.

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  • Doesn't that make Asgaurdians the most powerful beings in all of the fictional universes?

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  • Leenearly

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  • lol,that "check your privilege " line cracked me up:))

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  • I wonder what wolverine is up to

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  • Canon is not the same as movies

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  • You should make a vid on deja vu

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  • lowkey infnity war spoilers at 2:27 with the picture. cant believe you called it in 2017 lol.

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  • Shut up I hate you dum dum Axis I hate you fat weirdo

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  • Asgardians VS Humans No Odin MCU Battle takes place at Earth

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  • The actual movie didn't matter at all either... Infinity War undid the entire movie.

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  • 3:10 Amon Amarth <3

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  • The movie gave a middle finger to every theorist

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  • The movie just turned this into a complete comedy.

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  • Oh no. If time really is cyclical and we're all just repeating a never ending pattern, does that mean I will eventually have to watch X Men Origins Wolverine again???? Oh the horror...

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  • Cough cough nerd

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  • Dude in the comics Thor goes on a quest to stop ragnorok

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  • *FURIOUS CHARA NOISES*

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  • Luckily for Loki, he is a frost giant and can never die.

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  • Nevertheless time does move forwards

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  • Accepting death?! Lmao

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  • 8:23 un maned drones. Fooken lasersights'

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  • The more I watch this I realize, everything is Dark Souls.

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  • What the hell do you do all day

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  • this video was so cool

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  • Apple pie

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  • Love your channel and breakdowns are super insightful! Keep it up bro!!

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  • Well from what i remember, in the norse mythology, yes there will be a new world reborn, and Hel will be the one to rule it, or more precisely ONE - she will be chosing a side and noone knows which, SECOND - she will rule is as i've said and basically be the maker (correct me if i'm wrong). Also i really like this cyclic philosophy, though not like everything repeats itself exactly the same, it might follow some certain patterns, or they might just be completely different with every aspect all together, the only thing that they will share might be names but most importantly it will also end. Truly like a night and a day, you never do the exact same thing every day. You might brush your teeth every day, go to work every day (save for weekends and holidays), you might do chores every day but there is an inbetween you fill, same thing with the cyclic life cycle of time. I really like that thought, may it be true or not, it is one i personally believe. What's also interesting this same concept is present in Dark Souls series. The lords of cinder, struggling to keep the fire burning, but the flames will fade and dark will remain. So as a chosen undead you are to sacrifice yourself to fuel the flame and let it burn... but for how long, the fire will fade away soon, there will be needed more undead to fuel the flame but soon they will grow tired and they'll just let the flame fade, but soon they will be once ignited again, thus beggining another cycle.

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  • Maybe the universe is an undulating bubble constantly contracting and expanding it just happens over such insanely huge amount of time and space that it makes it extremely difficult to detect.

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  • Ragnarok also doesn’t matter because of what happens in infinity War

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  • Fuck off

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  • 1st 11 seconds got me on hype. "Ragnarok, literally trasnlated to doom of the god" most epic voice. I love this guy. You put quality over quantity. U dont just dash out vids u put effort into them.

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  • So..... Ragnarock is the No Mans sky of mythology. All hype no substance.

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  • reminds me of the ending of Futurama

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  • This is a weird flavor of nihilism

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  • This is like reg show where the world gets reset but they break the cycle

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  • You said...... Ass—Gard.....🤣

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  • *Ragnarok doesn't matter* Infinity war spoiler much

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