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Doctor Who inbreeding

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Seems David Tennant got married to a lady,who is the offspring of another former Doctor Who (Peter Davison)

Looks like going down the road of inbreeding..

Might be handy to have more fingers when using the sonic screwdriver

not_morrison_rm, Oct 18 2020

When Dr. Who meets the high culture of the South... https://www.youtube...watch?v=eYlJH81dSiw
Who needs time travel when you have cross-generational attraction? [RayfordSteele, Oct 21 2020]

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       The reproductive genetics of Time Lords are not well documented ...
8th of 7, Oct 18 2020

       Not the one electron universe again.
wjt, Oct 19 2020

       To be fair there's like ... 2 timelords left, so the population is going through a bit of a bottleneck.   

       Although then again, the Doctor is kind of a humanoid phoenix anyway, so maybe the depth of the genepool isn't such a concern.
Loris, Oct 19 2020

       What's wrong with the one particle universe theory?
Voice, Oct 19 2020

       It implies that I share the same space with David Hasselhoff, Cher, and Amy Winehouse, and that's just utterly wrong.
RayfordSteele, Oct 21 2020

       //What's wrong with the one particle universe theory?//   

       It's not really about the particle, is it, but the the spacetime gel that is holding/buffering all the interactions. I can imagine a particle powering, initiating the complex interaction motions on pass through but not being every individual particle. The particle, to do this, would need it's own totally independent stream of time separate to the forward and back of spacetime. To be in multiple places in the two directions simultaneously.   

       Maybe call it single particle shadow theory.
wjt, Oct 24 2020


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