History Headscratchers / DoctorWhoSeries1

29th May '16 6:34:43 PM DoctorNemesis
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** The car appears to be 'following' Pete in order to try and put the timeline back on track, so since Pete is currently in the church, the car phases in and out around the church.
29th May '16 3:06:06 PM lampshadeortriangle
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* How did the Dalek escape the Time Lock and end up on Earth in the first place?
6th Apr '16 1:33:02 AM Tuomas
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* Why does the car that was supposed to kill Pete Tyler flash in and out of existence in front of the church? That was not the place where Pete died in the original timeline, so shouldn't the car be stuck in a loop in that spot instead?
20th Feb '16 12:41:08 AM MrThorfan64
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* Why does the Ninth Doctor regenerate when he only has the Time Vortex in him for a moment, while Rose survives it being in her for longer?
** Perhaps the Doctor used the Vortex to heal her, but was unable to heal himself.
30th Dec '15 4:05:06 PM Discar
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26th Nov '15 1:25:52 PM Magwitch
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*** Paradoxes are created when one alters the past so as to make your journey unnecessary or impossible. You essentially create two mutually exclusive future timelines, each of whose existence is predicated on the other occurring. Fundamentally, if you have a timeline A, that you change to create timeline B. However, in timeline B you do not need to travel back in time. Withoit thout your intervention, timeline A is never altered. If A, then B. If not A then not B. If not B then A. These are mutually exclusive states occurring simultaneously - hence the paradox.

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*** Paradoxes are created when one alters the past so as to make such that your journey travel into the past becomes unnecessary or impossible. You essentially create two mutually exclusive future timelines, each of whose existence is predicated on reliant upon the other occurring. Fundamentally, if other. Fundamentally: you have a timeline A, that you travel into the past and change to create a new timeline B. However, in In this new timeline B you do not no longer need to travel back in time. Withoit thout your intervention, to the past. Timeline A is now never altered, and so you travel back to create timeline A is never altered.B and so on. If A, then B. If not A then not B. If not B then A. These If A then B etc. There are now two mutually exclusive states occurring simultaneously which are both equally valid - hence the paradox.
26th Nov '15 1:19:07 PM Magwitch
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*** Paradoxes are created when one alters the past so as to make your journey unnecessary or impossible. You essentially create two mutually exclusive future timelines, each of whose existence is predicated on the other occurring. Fundamentally, if you have a timeline A, that you change to create timeline B. However, in timeline B you do not need to travel back in time. Withoit thout your intervention, timeline A is never altered. If A, then B. If not A then not B. If not B then A. These are mutually exclusive states occurring simultaneously - hence the paradox.
23rd Nov '15 10:48:49 AM lampshadeortriangle
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**This is just speculation, but part of the reason that Rose goes with the Doctor in the first place is because her life sucks, and part of the reason for that (granted, a small part) is because her dad died when she was a baby. If she saves her dad, it could very easily prevent her from going with the Doctor at all, which not only would double the whole paradox going on in this particular episode, but end up erasing all of reality - every universe, every timeline, EVERYTHING - when there's no one to warn the Doctor about the reality bomb much later.



* This is just speculation, but part of the reason that Rose goes with the Doctor in the first place is because her life sucks, and part of the reason for that (granted, a small part) is because her dad died when she was a baby. If she saves her dad, it could very easily prevent her from going with the Doctor at all, which not only would double the whole paradox going on in this particular episode, but end up erasing all of reality - every universe, every timeline, EVERYTHING - when there's no one to warn the Doctor about the reality bomb much later.

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* This is just speculation, but part of the reason that Rose goes with the Doctor in the first place is because her life sucks, and part of the reason for that (granted, a small part) is because her dad died when she was a baby. If she saves her dad, it could very easily prevent her from going with the Doctor at all, which not only would double the whole paradox going on in this particular episode, but end up erasing all of reality - every universe, every timeline, EVERYTHING - when there's no one to warn the Doctor about the reality bomb much later.
23rd Nov '15 10:47:05 AM lampshadeortriangle
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*This is just speculation, but part of the reason that Rose goes with the Doctor in the first place is because her life sucks, and part of the reason for that (granted, a small part) is because her dad died when she was a baby. If she saves her dad, it could very easily prevent her from going with the Doctor at all, which not only would double the whole paradox going on in this particular episode, but end up erasing all of reality - every universe, every timeline, EVERYTHING - when there's no one to warn the Doctor about the reality bomb much later.
29th Sep '15 10:53:09 PM Gamer4
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** There are weapons in ''Series/DoctorWho'' and, in fact, in real life that cause damage to DNA. So the nanomachines can't really use it. Plus, reverting everyone into the same kid would be retarded since, unless the Chula were a clone race, the same thing would happen to their casualties. Which would be very stupid since that wouldn't heal injuries at all.

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** There are weapons in ''Series/DoctorWho'' and, in fact, in real life that cause damage to DNA. So the nanomachines can't really use it. Plus, reverting everyone into the same kid would be retarded ridiculous since, unless the Chula were a clone race, the same thing would happen to their casualties. Which would be very stupid since that wouldn't heal injuries at all.
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