"Avengers: Infinity War" brought us strenuous moments of the Marvel company. But with the new trailer of "Avengers: Endgame" it was revealed that Thanos made a serious mistake.
In 2019, Avengers saga Phase 3 will take place and perhaps the most important of the Marvel franchise, which has expanded its cinematographic universe for more than 10 years to make room for the next upcoming blocks.
On April 26, 2019, "Avengers: Endgame" will be released, a direct successor to "Avengers: Infinity War", a movie that left more than one Marvel accompanying bad taste in his mouth as he saw his characters on the big screen Favorites disappeared without to do something to avoid it.
Spider-Man, Bucky, Black Panther and most of the galaxy forwarders were eliminated from the Earth's surface. For this action, Thanos left "Infinite Infinity", which he used at the end of the movie to flee, since he would have fulfilled his mission with his last snap.
But was that really the case? With the unveiling of the trailer of "Avengers: Endgame", a detail has warned fans around the world about a terrible mistake that Thanos made to make his will come true, especially for what Black Widow told Captain America in that little progress.
"Thanos did exactly what he said he should do. He eliminated … 50% of all living beings."
If he fulfilled what he said, should he do, what went wrong? To understand this we must first analyze some of the philosophy of "Crazy Titan".
The idea of Thanos is based on a theory of Thomas Robert Malthus, British scholar who wrote in 1798 "Essay on the principle of population". According to his theory, the growth of the population is controlled in a place of a geometric progression, while the creation of food does so in an arithmetic progression:
The Well-known Malthus Disaster & # 39; is a point in this progression where the production of food is no longer enough to maintain civilization that produces it, so it is a scarcity. Thanks to repressive obstacles such as wars, epidemics and conflicts, population growth is reduced and placed in a period of "prosperity" due to the abundance of resources for few people.
The "Crazy Titan" then constitutes its solution in "Avengers: Infinity War": eliminating half of the population on a planet so that their resources reach the survivors and have a full life in abundance. The selection of Thanos, according to him, is impartial and does not distinguish between rich, poor, racial or other differences.
With the help of "Infinite Gemstones" his maximum plan to extend his actions throughout the universe was to become a self-protected "savior", but he seemed to forget a little detail. When he returned to what Romanoff said, Thanos not only halved the populations of different planets throughout the cosmos, but also their resources as plants and animals, leaving civilizations in a state that was equal or worse than before they were anointed.
In an interview with BirthMoviesDeath Kevin Feige, Marvel Studios president, revealed that not only humans would have been the victims of the power of "Gems" but also animals such as horses, ants and everything was "alive" in the universe, quite possibly including plants and crops .
With this information many point out that Thanos would have made a terrible mistake by "asking" "Infinity gemstones" to eliminate half of the universe. If this is true, just like a desire for a genius of listening, his impartiality by choosing those who would be deleted from the universe would also be the reason why he left civilizations with half of his resources, at least for food .
This has led some to believe that Thanos, as seen in some parts of the Marvel comics, joins the Avengers to reverse his fervent wish that made it a real genocide in life. In addition, "Infinity Gauntlet" seems to be useless, so it would not be the answer to this problem from a new perspective.
For now, we just have to wait for Marvel Studios to reveal more information about "Avengers: Endgame" or "Capitain Marvel", where the most powerful heroine of the entire film universe seems to stop a big threat in their own movie.