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Doctor Who "Bigger on the inside..."

View Poll Results: What do you think the Tardis is in its own Dimension?
A hypercube, rooms dimensionally linked 0 0%
a central sceptre surrounded by rings and orbs dimensionally linked, with a swirling vortex below 1 4.76%
It is just bigger on the inside, the outside is the police box 9 42.86%
A series of floating rooms held together by dimensionally linked doorways 1 4.76%
A massive modular spaceship with corridors, engines, able to create a vortex pathway 10 47.62%
Voters: 21.



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