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      • The main plot of The Cloverfield Paradox deals with the crew of the Cloverfield Station being transported to an alternate dimension. At first, they believe the Earth has vanished but as things get weirder and weirder slowly realize they're the ones who've moved - in more ways than one. main plot of The Cloverfield Paradox deals,who've moved - in more ways than one.
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  2. The Cloverfield Paradox Ending Explained | Screen Rant

    The Cloverfield Paradox's Alternate Dimensions Explained The main plot of The Cloverfield Paradox deals with the crew of the Cloverfield Station being transported to an alternate dimension. At first, they believe the Earth has vanished but as things get weirder and weirder slowly realize they're the ones who've moved - in more ways than one.

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  3. Cloverfield Paradox ending explained: How it connects to the ...

    The Cloverfield Paradox suggests that the Cloverfield films all take place across several alternate timelines. The space crew in The Cloverfield Paradox are responsible for bringing monsters and...

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  4. What Exactly Is the Paradox in 'The Cloverfield Paradox'?

    Feb 06, 2018 · Schmidt explains that the Cloverfield Paradox is the idea of particles — in this case, smaller-than-atoms quantum particles — from the two dimensions are interacting with each other.

  5. How 'The Cloverfield Paradox' Explains the Entire Series

    Apr 02, 2018 · In The Cloverfield Paradox, scientists test a particle accelerator in hopes of finding a solution to the world’s energy crisis. But, as we learn, this experiment has a downside. Early on, a guy ...

  6. The Cloverfield Paradox Explained | POPSUGAR Entertainment
    • The Mission
    • The Stakes
    • The Consequences
    • The Conclusion

    At the very beginning of the film, Hamilton (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) waits to get gas with her husband, Michael (Roger Davies). When a blackout occurs, we find out that Earth is experiencing a massive power crisis, and it won't be long before our civilization is stuck forever in complete darkness. At this point, Hamilton discusses the mission she's been recruited for: a group of scientific engineering astronauts are trying to build this big particle accelerator cannon that would feasibly serve as a source of infinite energy. The mission of the crew is to fire and stabilize this giant machine while they're up in space, which is apparently easier said than done. As for why or howfiring a big particle cannon would lead to a bottomless energy source on Earth? The science there is pretty foggy. Thus, we launch into a credits sequence montage. The crew is firing the cannon over and over, trying to figure out the exact calculations that will keep it stable enough. Over the course of the next two...

    Just before the crew makes one of their final attempts at firing this energy crisis cannon, some of the crew members tune into a news segment on board the Cloverfield space station. Some mad conspiracy theorist is very against this whole cannon thing. According to this man, the cannon is so powerful that it could potentially rip a hole in the fabric of the universe. And who knowswhat might happen in that case?! We could see the appearance of demons *nudge nudge* or monsters *NUDGE NUDGE* as a consequence of harnessing this kind of power. Then, you guessed it, the crew successfully fires the cannon! And everything goes to hell. The ship completely destabilizes and a bunch of sh*t breaks down. The crew realizes they've somehow lost sight of Earth. They're just free floating in space, completely lost.

    So, basically, that conspiracy theorist was totally right. The cannon has effectively ripped a hole in the fabric of the universe. As a result, a bunch of crazy things have happened: 1. The space station (and its crew) — let's call them Universe A — have traveled to an alternate dimension. In this dimension (Universe B), the world is at war because of the energy crisis, and the "other" crew and space station (carbon copies of the crew we meet in Universe A) have crash-landed back on Earth with no survivors. 2. OK, there is one survivor from Universe B . . . and she somehow has been teleported onto the Universe A space station. Her name is Jensen, but there's a catch: Jensen went on the Universe B space station insteadof Hamilton, who went on the Universe A space station. In Universe B, Hamilton has stayed on Earth with her family. We also learn that in Universe A, Hamilton accidentally killed her children by purchasing a faulty power generator that exploded and caused a deadly house...

    Once the crew realizes they're in another dimension, they realize there's only one way to get back to Universe A: they need to fire the cannon again. Using a lot of bunk science that ultimately goes over everyone's heads, they figure out how to get enough power to shoot the thing again. We learn that Tam (Ziyi Zhang) is actually Jensen in Universe A. We don't ever get an explanation for why we have Tam in Universe A and Jensen in Universe B. And, somehow, this further confuses why Hamilton is missing in Universe B. But alas, we'll call that one a loose end. Tam realizes that, for some reason, the condensation in the cannon is causing it to malfunction. She then ironically dies by getting trapped in a room full of water and freezing once the window cracks and the cold of deep space seeps in. I don't know, guys. Anyway, the crew figures out what's up, and they agree to give Jensen the formula so Universe B can succeed as well. But Jensen has another idea: she's just going to steal the...

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  7. The ending of The Cloverfield Paradox explained

    Feb 06, 2018 · The Cloverfield Paradox, like its franchise predecessor 10 Cloverfield Lane, was known under a different name during its production.

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  8. Explaining the Cloverfield Timeline | Fandom

    Feb 09, 2018 · The story actually starts with the third entry, The Cloverfield Paradox. In the year 2028, Earth is in the midst of a global energy crisis. This is causing all of humanity to become destabilized and is even plunging the world into a potential world war.

  9. The Cloverfield Paradox - Wikipedia

    The Cloverfield Paradox is a 2018 American science fiction horror film directed by Julius Onah and written by Oren Uziel, from a story by Uziel and Doug Jung, and produced by J. J. Abrams ' s Bad Robot Productions. It is the third installment in the Cloverfield franchise, following Cloverfield (2008) and 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016).

    • February 4, 2018
    • J. J. Abrams, Lindsey Weber
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