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Might the Universe Contain “TARDIS Space”?

Go ahead and say it: “TARDIS Space.”

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*Correction: Oops! I misspoke in the opening question. Impulse is the change in momentum, defined as force*change in time, not change in momentum over time, that’s just a force.

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Comments

  1. EgoMartini says:

    The interior of the TARDIS is in a pocket universe called a “void locker” the exterior of the TARDIS is actually a “portal” to the pocket universe – think of it like a “Stargate” portal that transports you to a specific pocket universe that correlates to the portal gate or door.
     

  2. idenz says:

    I’m going to say this because someone less nice will do it meanly.  The “S” in TARDIS is Space.  You are saying Space twice.  It’s like ATM Machine. 

    • Steve Iden says:

      Actually, you are incorrect (on the space thing, not the ATM thing).  The reference is to two different meanings of space.  The space in TARDIS refers to outer space while the space after refers to volume.   Thus he is not being redundant,