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Exploring the science behind Dr Who


Posted on Thursday, 30 March, 2006 | Comment icon 5 comments


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"To fans of Doctor Who, which returns to BBC1 next month, the good doctor couldn't possibly exist without his Tardis."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Waspie_Dwarf on 30 March, 2006, 14:36
I was brought up on Doctor Who, (as a 40 year old I'm a Jon Pertwee man). Being able to remember 6 of the first 8 Doctors I was some what worried when the BBC said they were bringing back the series. Kids programmes of today are a world apart from those I was brought up on. I watched the first new episode starring Christopher Ecclestone with a touch of trepidation. Boy was I in for a shock. The new Doctor Who was everything I remembered and much more. None of intelligence or humour of the Doctor Who I remembered had been lost but now it was faster paced. There was a darker edge to the Doctor t... [More]
Comment icon #2 Posted by Leliel on 30 March, 2006, 15:38
tbh, this docter who series is really lame compared to a few others before it. and with billie piper in it who really cannot act makes it worse. also seems extremely childish to me aswell =\ but thats just my opinion.
Comment icon #3 Posted by Robert1 on 30 March, 2006, 21:12
I like Dr. Who, I think it's a great show. But after reading the article I doubt that the science of the show will ever be possible in any practicle way. I prefer to watch these shows for their entertainment qualities than their scientific possibilities.
Comment icon #4 Posted by Jagji56 on 3 May, 2006, 10:31
Waspie_Dwarf, how can you say that. I live in Australia, and we have only had the 1st series. It was on last year, thanks to ABC (which here is a Government Funded, like the BBC is) and we have yet to see the Xmas invitation, or the second season.


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