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THE COW DID IT!The cow had latent, Reality Warper powers. It both liked to be penned up at a farm and wanted freedom. It created the dome, which separated the two conflicted sides of its brain and everything else, one cooped up and the other not. Sadly it didn't work out well for the cow.
The dome is actually opaque from the outside, like a one-way mirror - or something like that.There are issues with this - the shadow from the door the youth spray-painted on the dome is visible outside the dome, but it would explain why the guards on the other side take no notice of activity on the inside. Maybe the dome was transparent from the outside for a period after dropping, but became opaque.
The Reverend will be replacing the role that "Chef" filled in the bookIn the first episode it's implied that he's using the meth from the lab that he and Big Jim are running. He also seems to be getting the same kind of ideas about God that Chef had in the book.
The attempt to destroy the dome killed off everyone else in the world.(This is not going to happen, no need to say it's jossed next episode) Whatever bomb was set off (maybe is really was nuclear) set off a chain reaction killing everyone. Now the residents of Chester's Mill are, oddly enough, the only safe ones.
Duke's office was doused with gasoline for some reason.Just trying to rationalize the Special Effect Failure of the office catching fire way too freaking fast. For some bizarre reason most surfaces had been impregnated with some form of accelerant. No idea why.
Carolynnote is transgendered, or a male in disguise.She seems bigger and stockier. It would be an interesting twist. Norrie doesn't know because she's never seen Carolyn naked.
It's a TV show about the dog, TrumanHe lives in a dome which has climate control. He's (actually) on a TV show.
There will be at least one death in every episodeSo far this has held true, and in the most recent episode there was a birth and two deaths. The dome is reducing the population of Chester's Mill one inhabitant at a time.
Under The Dome is gonna go all LOST on us, and the dome will have some quasi-religious faith-based reason for existing.For example, maybe God put it there.
Linda will die soon. Junior will assert himself in her place.Consider that we first meet Duke sleeping in a cell. After Duke dies and Linda takes over as heir, she ends an episode going to sleep in a cell. Then, in the most recent episode, Linda finds Junior sleeping in a cell. See also "The Monarch" theory below.
Junior is under the control of the dome.Angie is the Monarch. Junior wanted to keep her safe for some ambiguous reason that even he didn't understand.
The fans are going to be SCREAMING over having to wait until next summer for the first season's cliffhanger to be resolved.Need I say more?
The second season will have connections to Stephen King's other works.
We are the alien children.Think about it: the alien children are observing the terrible fate of Chester's Mill, for their own entertainment, and only make the arbitrary decision to remove the dome when the characters have, in a sense, earned their happy ending. Let's face it: the dome vanished at about the point you were also ready for it to go away.
The Alien children are EldarSounds like the kind of thing that they would do, if they can create a god of lust, messing around with a single town isn't that much of a stretch. The Tommyknockers' alien technology and the children are using it to feed on pain and fear the same way It does.
The alien children are humans playing Sims 6.