Tuesday, 12 May 2009

10 Facts About The Tardis

1) The TARDIS stands for Time And Relative Dimension(s) In Space.
2) It is a machine and spacecraft in television programme Doctor Who.
3) The TARDIS was invented by the Timelords and when working probably it transports occupants to any place in space and time.
4) Through the ships Chameleon circuit the Tardis is able to lend in with its surroundings, which in the Doctor's TARDIS is broken and so stays as a London Police Box.
5) The TARDIS is bigger on the inside than it is on the outside.
6) The Doctor's TARDIS was stolen from Gallifrey where it was old and derelict.
7) The TARDIS's unpredictable short range guidance causes it to end up in many different places in the universe, which has caused it to be the plot point in the Doctor's travels.
8) In some of the earlier serials, the TARDIS has been known as "the ship","the capsule" or even "The Police Box".

9) The popularity of Doctor Who has caused the 'London Police Box' to be better known for its purpose of being the Doctor's TARDIS rather than it real life purpose as a police box.

10) The word TARDIS has become so popular that it has now been used to describe things that appear bigger in the inside, in the real world.

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