Physicists theorize that the Doctor’s time-traveling TARDIS could be real, traveling through spacetime with ease.
The clever folks over at Google Maps have come up with another cool Easter egg that marries the real world with the time traveling adventures of Doctor Who.
Doctor Who fans have successfully funded a Kickstarter project that will put a TARDIS-shaped satellite into Earth’s orbit.
The time-traveling blue police box known as the Tardis is such a fixture of Doctor Who fandom that building one's own Tardis replica has become increasingly common in recent years. But the interior of the fictional machine, which is bigger than its exterior, has been impossible to duplicate, until now.
Dessert in general is pretty awesome, but Regali Kitchen's Doctor Who cupcakes are sheer perfection.
I'm not a big Doctor Who fan. Yes, I said it. I like other British TV shows that Americans don't seem to get (like Are You Being Served and Keeping Up Appearances), but not Doctor Who. At all. So this post about a gesture remote will be only about the remote and not about the TV show. You've been warned.
We all know that time is money, and now you can turn that metaphor into a your own literal, sci-fi-powered reminder when storing cash.
For fans of Doctor Who, this infographic has all the details you could possibly want. The timeline begins at 1963 and shows foes, companions, and who has played the Doctor along the way.
Watching Dr. Who is exciting enough, but imagine if a robot Dalek in your living room was acting out the scenes live along with the on screen action. That's the idea behind a new BBC technology that sends metadata directly into your room, along with the picture and sound.
You have two choices: One, keep that bland kitchen decor or jazz it up a bit with this Doctor Who TARDIS (refrigerator).