Long title for a thread. Well maybe there are longer ones, but that is not the question here. I was just thinking about these two simple things this morning. They crossed my mind before, but I didn't think it was worth it to create a thread about this. I've put both questions in the same thread. It's not worth it to put them in separate ones imo. It's just two simple questions. About the disturbances the Sith feel. My definitation of the Dark Side of the Force: The Sith neglect the Will of the Force for their own purposes. They use the Force which creates disturbances. Other things create disturbances too, like the death of billions of people, such as the destruction of Alderaan and the Jedi Purge in episode III. But how is the existence of Luke a disturbance in the Force? I don't think the Force has a Dark Side, at least not literally. It's how you use the Force that defines that you use the Dark Side of the Force. Balance in the Force is the Will of of the Force at peace. And the only way you can create balance is by killing the ones who create these disturbances in the Force. So yeah what are your thought what disturbances are in the Force. How did the Emperor feel a disturbance when he was talking to Vader about his son (Anakin's son btw, not Palpatine's of course lol) in 'The Empire Strikes Back'. Hell! Han Solo mentions Hell, again in 'The Empire Strikes Back'. The exact quote is: Officer: Your tauntaun will freeze before he reaches the first marker! Han: Then I'll see you in Hell! Hell... (It's the subject, gentlemen and ladies.... I'm not swearing.... I swear). How does Hell exist in the SW universe. I know not everybody has the same belief such as in the Force. Han didn't believe in the Force at first. Quote ANH: Han: Hoaky religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid. Luke: You don’t believe in the Force, do you? Han: Kid, I’ve flown from one side of this galaxy to the other. I’ve seen a lot of strange stuff, but I’ve never seen anything to make me believe that there is one all-powerful force controlling everything. There’s no mystical energy field that controls my destiny. It’s all a lot of simple tricks and nonsense. But he believed in it later. He did believe in the Force in 'The Empire Strikes Back', when he mentions Hell. So is it just an error in the script? (No GL didn't write the script, he created the story, so don't bash him please... Thank you.) Is it just a saying? Did anyone else here on this forum read about Hell in Expanded Universe? I saw the line "Go to Hell!" in a graphic novel called 'Star Wars Infinities', which isn't canon at all. I'm probably putting too much though in this LOL.... Still it's interesting imo.