List of Doctor Who planets This is a list of planets, fictional or otherwise, that are mentioned in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who and its spinoff literature, audio plays, television series and comics. A B C D E A Study of Regeneration: Origins & Nature Guest contributor Andrew Bohman examines the origin and nature of the process. (Part 3). Regeneration is one topic which will always hold an air of mystery and wonder. It is difficult to understand and hard to define, some of the many reasons why it has held my interest for so long. In my past installments (Part 1 / Part 2), I have underlined and theorized on what happens to an individual Time Lord during this process, but now it is time to go beyond that and to define the process itself as a whole.
How to Deal With a Sociopathic Friend: 6 Steps Edit Article Edited by Martyn P, Teresa, Lillian May, Maluniu and 18 others Your "best friend" that you've known for years seems to be genuinely kind and caring, but at the end of the day, you're always left with the awkward feeling that you've done something wrong. If you experience this, your friend may be a sociopath. Understanding the traits of a sociopath will help you figure out how to deal with your friend and decide whether you want to continue the friendship. (re)TARDIS Hat « Rip It Good Me in my (re)TARDIS hat. I decided one day that although many hats may have TARDISes on them, I wanted one that was a TARDIS. And of course, such a hat would probably look pretty retarded. Thus, the (re)TARDIS hat was born.
Top 10 Doctor Who Enemies Movies and TV First broadcast on November 23rd 1963, the day after the assassination of President Kennedy, the British science-fiction show Doctor Who has become one of the most loved TV shows of all time. Holding the record for the world’s longest running sci-fi show, Doctor Who’s popularity has grown worldwide. The show originally ran for 26 years before being put on hiatus, and then later revived for a TV movie in 1996 and then as a new series in 2005, which still runs to this day. Doctor Who Stock Image Item Description: BBC Books, 2010. Hardcover.
Matt Smith: My Doctor – Part 5: Specials Guest contributors K-Ci Williams and Luke Gwalchmai continue their Matt Smith retrospective. We grow closer and closer to the moment of truth at Trenzalore. In today’s part of this farewell series, we shall look over Matt Smith’s portrayals in the previous Christmas specials; the highlights of his performance in the 50th Anniversary special; and his appearance in The Sarah Jane Adventures which was helmed by the woman contributor David Selby claims as ‘The Woman Who Defined Doctor Who’ (we so unsurprisingly agree).
Symbols of the USA in “The Impossible Astronaut” The Doctor is a voyager of the collective unconscious, the vast ocean of myth and symbol. In “The Impossible Astronaut” we are treated to symbolism with a peculiarly American flavor. There is the western desert and the Stetson hat, there are guns a-plenty. These represent our national mythos of the rugged individualist, the cowboy who needs nothing more than his pistol and the wide open plain. The Apollo astronauts are cowboys of a different sort: instead of a desert, there is a new frontier of outer space. Moreover, these heroes represent the American preoccupation with innovation and the future.
An Interrupted Vacation, a doctor who fanfic River reclined slowly in her beach chair. She was relaxing on one of the many beaches on Apalpucia. A lovely cocktail and a book, which had been recommended by her mother, were the perfect complements to what was turning out to be a delightful day. In Theory Bakhtin: Dialogism, Polyphony and Heteroglossia In the latest addition to his A-Z of Theory series, political theorist Andrew Robinson introduces, in a two-part essay, the work of Mikhail Bakhtin, one of the most important theorists of discourse in the twentieth century. In part one, Robinson introduces Bakhtin's notions of Dialogism, Polyphony and Heteroglossia. By Andrew Robinson Mikhail Bakhtin was one of the most important theorists of discourse in the twentieth century. He is sometimes termed the most important Soviet thinker in the social sciences. His work also has substantial importance for issues of political resistance.
25 Killer Websites that Make You Cleverer It’s easy to forget that we have access to a virtually limitless resource of information, i.e. the Internet. For a lot of us, this is even true at our fingertips, thanks to the ubiquity of smartphones and an ever-increasing push for online greatness by tech engineers all over the world. As a result, there are countless websites out there that are geared to make you smarter and more brilliant for either a low or no cost. Here are just 25 killer websites that may just make you more clever than ever before. 1. Duolingo