Science fiction often provides the imaginative leap which drives science fact into making things happen for real. And in return, science fact opens doors into rooms science fiction writers never imagined were there. It’s an almost symbiotic relationship (assuming the scientists are the sort that enjoy Doctor Who as entertainment and don’t hoot at the physical impossibilities on display).
With Steven Moffat and celebrity fans looking at The Science of Doctor Who this Saturday (August 4) on BBC AMERICA, we present five things that exist as fanciful astonishments in the Whoniverse, but could also easily (and in some cases DO easily) exist in our real world…
Read the rest at Anglophenia
(And remember that the first of four Doctor Who Specials premieres this Saturday at 9pm EDT/6pm PDT on BBC America.
And remember that the first of four Doctor Who Specials premieres this Saturday at 9pm EDT/6pm PDT on BBC America.
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