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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. You may not vote on this poll

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Old July 17 2010, 01:30 PM   #31
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Re: The Infinite Debate...

I went for the massive, modular space ship option, though the options aren't necessarily mutually exclusive. Massive, modular, vortex traversing space ships could be tesseracts or central spires or disjoint rooms linked dimensionally.

I hadn't really considered what the TARDIS "looks like" - not sure the question means anything, given the "inside is bigger than the outside" thing.

So, does the TARDIS actually "go anywhere", or just the blue box?
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Re: The Infinite Debate...

TigerOfDarkness wrote: View Post
I went for the massive, modular space ship option, though the options aren't necessarily mutually exclusive. Massive, modular, vortex traversing space ships could be tesseracts or central spires or disjoint rooms linked dimensionally.

I hadn't really considered what the TARDIS "looks like" - not sure the question means anything, given the "inside is bigger than the outside" thing.

So, does the TARDIS actually "go anywhere", or just the blue box?
the blue box is moved, which then moves the ship (it's 4th dimensional form) about the universe.. because the ship's interior is outside of our dimension of space/time, it can open a doorway at any point in space and time to itself..
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