I meant science fiction, not scientific. But it doesn't matter either way since I'd have to be sucking Ryukishi's cock pretty hard to look past some of the shit he presented to the viewers.>>9948105
Wasn't a case of things not being explained, but the explanations themselves sucked and were needlessly complex. The space dimensional witch thing created from infinite Rika consciences, the whole Hanyuu turning into a god after being tragically sacrificed, Takano's motivation to clear her family name.
Everything in season II reeked of cliches, amateur writing and weird ideas all meshed together to try and account for the set up in the first season. Good mystery writers understand that their readers are fervently trying to work out a mystery as they progress through the book, so they keep in mind to have a conclusion worthy of the effort of trying to speculate and come up with the answer before the author gives it away. Ryukishi was doing so well up through Meakashi, and after Tsumihoroboshi he'd pushed the bar up really high as far as speculation went. I felt bad having no chance of figuring things out beyond people going "if you look at this time in this episode, there's an obvious hint to whatever!" despite that observation only being relevant after the fact.