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    “So whatcha think?” The doctor asked, present the tardis. Veronica looks around, her eyes twinkling with excitement. “It's bigger than my old bedroom.” She says in wonder. The Doctor looks at her with a very confused look. “That's a first.” He states. Veronica finally snaps out her daze. “What are we gonna use this for?” She asks looking at the control panel. “We are gonna use the TARDIS, to figure out a way to trap the weeping angels.” The doctor explains, pressing buttons on the panel. Veronica asks “Are they just in the museum, the weeping angels?” The doctor looks at her with weary eyes. “Sadly no but, if we take down these angels, there would one less nest.” Veronica starts to think. “Can't we just make them face each other?” She asks messing with the buttons. The doctor raises his head in shock. “Why didn't I think of that?!” The Doctor exclaimed, while Veronica laughed. The doctor pulls Veronica in and tells her the…

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    "Mason are you here for therapy?" requested Dr. Stiner, as he casually moved towards Mason, who was in the shadow of building half way into the night. The moon was high in the sky, creating small shadows in which Mason hid. Mason only nodded in response. "Follow me towards the movie theater," uttered Dr. Stiner. He proceeded to jaunt towards the theater with Mason close behind. The way Mason paced himself only made it seem like he was having a struggle keeping up with the doctor. The walk lasted…

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    Doctor Who Analysis

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    The BBC’s Doctor Who initially aired in 1963, until it was canceled in 1989 (IMDb). In 2005, the show was rebooted under the direction of Russell T. Davies; in 2008, the role of show runner was passed on to Steven Moffat (Martin). Doctor Who has always been an episodic serial, following the adventures of a “time lord”—simply called “the Doctor”—and his companion. The Doctor can regenerate into a new body instead of dying—allowing the character to be portrayed by successive actors—and has a…

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    As Alex Scarrow said, “Time travel is a terrifying weapon, far more powerful than anything ever conceived, mankind just is not ready for that kind of knowledge. We are like children playing with an atom bomb”. Time travel gives humans power that they are incapable of handling. We often take aspects that have the chance to be used for goodness and use them to benefit our selfish desires. Time travel also puts people in a supernatural place of authority. Not to mention the unintended…

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    The bell is tolling once again as the congregation makes their way to the church. They take their seats at per usual, and wait for Mr. Hooper to arrive. The people of the church have gotten so used to the Minister’s black veil, that they are not even phased anymore. As Mr. Hooper makes his way into the church, he greets, nods, and repeats as he makes his way down the center aisle. Mr. Hooper notices that the gray haired man who usually sits in the aisle is not present. He is a little confused…

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    Doctor Who Research Paper

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    In the show Doctor Who, an alien travels throughout time and space in a time machine called the TARDIS. TARDIS stands for time and relative dimension in space. First off, the Doctor is an alien from the planet Gallifrey. He is called a Time Lord since he is able to manipulate time. The TARDIS is a time machine that he figured out how to use himself. The Doctor left his planet Gallifrey in a stolen time machine called the TARDIS. It can disguise itself as whatever the driver wants. The Doctor…

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    was realized by Delia Derbyshire at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. This song is one of the first electronic theme songs for television. The theme song was originally written in an E Minor. The current “Doctor Who Theme Song” is arranged by Murray Gold. Doctor Who is a British television show about a time lord (currently played by Peter Capaldi as the 12th doctor) who travels in time and space in a British police telephone box called the TARDIS. The TARDIS is a spaceship that can travel anywhere…

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    Like, The TARDIS, for instance, is a complicated piece of machinery; nothing like a human or Timelord. This piece of machinery can travel to any place or time in all of existence. Its name, The TARDIS, stands for Time And Relative Dimension In Space (The TARDIS). Susan Foreman, The Doctor’s granddaughter and first companion, gave it that name (The Doctor’s Companions). The TARDIS is bigger on the inside; an infinitive hidden dimension is stored away inside of the small 1950’s-England-police-box…

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    vivid imageries that I not only took notes of what they said, but what I saw in my own head. I was incorporating images that came into my mind as the poet's words were slipping around me. I wrote down phrases that seemed important to both me and the poet. I began to realize that there was a repetition, not only in individuals poems but a theme that was included in all three. Bones littered my page besides the words. Death, and more specifically, bones are mentioned or spoken about in all three…

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    Doctor Who Research Paper

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    One of these gadgets is the TARDIS, a time machine/spaceship that can travel through all of time and space. Another famous one is the Sonic Screwdriver, a “screwdriver” that can open any door except for wooden ones and can do almost any task to almost any object without the need for complicated tools. These quirky devices are one of the main highlights of the show and have been around since the beginning. An additional object that is not used as much is the psychic paper, a piece of paper that…

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