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S08E07 Kill The Moon
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Timothy Bruening
2018-03-05 13:54:53 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny + Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
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2018-03-05 15:10:46 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
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2018-03-05 15:50:42 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
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Will Astronaut Lady be raked over coals for not obeying vote to nuke Moon baby?

But how was nuking Moon baby expected to eliminate extra Moon mass?
The Doctor
2018-03-05 22:22:17 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
Will Astronaut Lady be raked over coals for not obeying vote to nuke Moon baby?
But how was nuking Moon baby expected to eliminate extra Moon mass?
IT would not.
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Timothy Bruening
2018-03-30 02:55:39 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
Will Astronaut Lady be raked over coals for not obeying vote to nuke Moon baby?
But how was nuking Moon baby expected to eliminate extra Moon mass?
IT would not.
So allowing baby to hatch WAS logical!
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2018-03-30 15:14:05 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
Will Astronaut Lady be raked over coals for not obeying vote to nuke
Moon baby?
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But how was nuking Moon baby expected to eliminate extra Moon mass?
IT would not.
So allowing baby to hatch WAS logical!
Well ...
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2018-03-05 15:55:45 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
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2018-03-05 22:22:54 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical
about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
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2018-03-06 10:15:13 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
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2018-03-06 15:02:02 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
I thought that Moon hatching supposed/meant to happen in 2049, so would be history to people of Bowie Base in 2059, even if we SAW Bowie Base on our TVs BEFORE we saw the Moon hatching!
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2018-03-06 15:08:50 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical
about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
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Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
I thought that Moon hatching supposed/meant to happen in 2049, so would
be history to people of Bowie Base in 2059, even if we SAW Bowie Base on
our TVs BEFORE we saw the Moon hatching!
And then there is te Moonbase in 2070.
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2018-03-06 15:49:17 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical
about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
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Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
I thought that Moon hatching supposed/meant to happen in 2049, so would
be history to people of Bowie Base in 2059, even if we SAW Bowie Base on
our TVs BEFORE we saw the Moon hatching!
And then there is te Moonbase in 2070.
I assume set up to explore new Moon.
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet
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Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical
about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
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Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
I thought that Moon hatching supposed/meant to happen in 2049, so would
be history to people of Bowie Base in 2059, even if we SAW Bowie Base on
our TVs BEFORE we saw the Moon hatching!
And then there is te Moonbase in 2070.
I assume set up to explore new Moon.
The Cybermen did attack.
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2018-03-06 18:53:46 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet
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Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical
about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
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Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
I thought that Moon hatching supposed/meant to happen in 2049, so would
be history to people of Bowie Base in 2059, even if we SAW Bowie Base on
our TVs BEFORE we saw the Moon hatching!
And then there is te Moonbase in 2070.
I assume set up to explore new Moon.
The Cybermen did attack.
Did they arrange for Moonbase to be founded?
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet
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Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical
about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
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Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
I thought that Moon hatching supposed/meant to happen in 2049, so would
be history to people of Bowie Base in 2059, even if we SAW Bowie Base on
our TVs BEFORE we saw the Moon hatching!
And then there is te Moonbase in 2070.
I assume set up to explore new Moon.
The Cybermen did attack.
Did they arrange for Moonbase to be founded?
No.
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
I thought that Moon hatching supposed/meant to happen in 2049, so would be history to people of Bowie Base in 2059, even if we SAW Bowie Base on our TVs BEFORE we saw the Moon hatching!
Except, Tim, they happened in two totally different time lines.

Like if you walked down your towns main road and turned left into the
second street .. the third house might have been painted Blue, but if
you had turned left into the third street, the third house might have
been green.

You turned left both times and checked out the third house both times,
but the result was different because something else had changed!!
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical
about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
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Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
I thought that Moon hatching supposed/meant to happen in 2049, so
would be history to people of Bowie Base in 2059, even if we SAW Bowie
Base on our TVs BEFORE we saw the Moon hatching!
Except, Tim, they happened in two totally different time lines.
Like if you walked down your towns main road and turned left into the
second street .. the third house might have been painted Blue, but if
you had turned left into the third street, the third house might have
been green.
You turned left both times and checked out the third house both times,
but the result was different because something else had changed!!
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1st ever timeline error , MAydryn Undead.
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
So did the Doctor travel to a parallel universe?
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax
lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
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Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
So did the Doctor travel to a parallel universe?
Soubt it.
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax
lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
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Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
So did the Doctor travel to a parallel universe?
Soubt it.
"Soubt"??

Several different parallel universes, possibly, Tim.
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon
baby, yet Courteny + Clara save it, and Doctor waxes
lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax
lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to
space?
Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
So did the Doctor travel to a parallel universe?
Or maybe diverging universes, or one universe with a changing timeline.
There are lots of possibilities.

OTOH I disagree with Daniel and think The Waters Of Mars and Kill The
Moon would've taken place in the same timeline. There's nothing to
suggest the timeline changed between them.
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon
baby, yet Courteny + Clara save it, and Doctor waxes
lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax
lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
So did the Doctor travel to a parallel universe?
Or maybe diverging universes, or one universe with a changing timeline.
There are lots of possibilities.
OTOH I disagree with Daniel and think The Waters Of Mars and Kill The
Moon would've taken place in the same timeline.  There's nothing to
suggest the timeline changed between them.
Maybe not a good reference, but has anybody seen the "Back to the
Future" trilogy??

Main character goes from the 80's back to the 50's and causes a change
in the timelines, so that when he returns to the 80's, things have
changed drastically, causing him to have to time-travel again to sort
things out.

Same sort of thing continually happening to Dr Who ... except Dr Who
doesn't go back to re-sort out the time-lines!! The Doctor just lets the
(new) timeline continue!
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon
baby, yet Courteny + Clara save it, and Doctor waxes
lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax
lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
So did the Doctor travel to a parallel universe?
Or maybe diverging universes, or one universe with a changing timeline.
There are lots of possibilities.
OTOH I disagree with Daniel and think The Waters Of Mars and Kill The
Moon would've taken place in the same timeline.  There's nothing to
suggest the timeline changed between them.
Maybe not a good reference, but has anybody seen the "Back to the
Future" trilogy??
Main character goes from the 80's back to the 50's and causes a change
in the timelines, so that when he returns to the 80's, things have
changed drastically, causing him to have to time-travel again to sort
things out.
Same sort of thing continually happening to Dr Who ... except Dr Who
doesn't go back to re-sort out the time-lines!! The Doctor just lets the
(new) timeline continue!
Continually? My impression is that big changes to the timeline are
the exception not the rule. Where do you get the idea they happen
continually?
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon
baby, yet Courteny + Clara save it, and Doctor waxes
lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax
lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
So did the Doctor travel to a parallel universe?
Or maybe diverging universes, or one universe with a changing timeline.
There are lots of possibilities.
OTOH I disagree with Daniel and think The Waters Of Mars and Kill The
Moon would've taken place in the same timeline.  There's nothing to
suggest the timeline changed between them.
Maybe not a good reference, but has anybody seen the "Back to the
Future" trilogy??
Main character goes from the 80's back to the 50's and causes a change
in the timelines, so that when he returns to the 80's, things have
changed drastically, causing him to have to time-travel again to sort
things out.
Same sort of thing continually happening to Dr Who ... except Dr Who
doesn't go back to re-sort out the time-lines!! The Doctor just lets
the (new) timeline continue!
Continually?  My impression is that big changes to the timeline are
the exception not the rule.  Where do you get the idea they happen
continually?
Apart from a couple of "Points fixed in Time", which The Doctor usually
fiddles with in any case, just about ever storyline results in The
Doctor effecting things.

The Other Doctor, where The Doctor helps The Other Doctor to rid 19th
Century London of Cybermen.
The Girl who Died ... when one "Dark Ages" Nordic woman become immortal
... after Dr Who has saved her home town.
Face the Raven ... where a guy has a "clock" on his neck ... which then
gets transferred to Clara, ... so, presumable that guy doesn't die at
the correct date/time!

Etc., Etc., Etc..
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon
baby, yet Courteny + Clara save it, and Doctor waxes
lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax
lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
So did the Doctor travel to a parallel universe?
Or maybe diverging universes, or one universe with a changing timeline.
There are lots of possibilities.
OTOH I disagree with Daniel and think The Waters Of Mars and Kill The
Moon would've taken place in the same timeline.  There's nothing to
suggest the timeline changed between them.
Maybe not a good reference, but has anybody seen the "Back to the
Future" trilogy??
Main character goes from the 80's back to the 50's and causes a
change in the timelines, so that when he returns to the 80's, things
have changed drastically, causing him to have to time-travel again to
sort things out.
Same sort of thing continually happening to Dr Who ... except Dr Who
doesn't go back to re-sort out the time-lines!! The Doctor just lets
the (new) timeline continue!
Continually?  My impression is that big changes to the timeline are
the exception not the rule.  Where do you get the idea they happen
continually?
Apart from a couple of "Points fixed in Time", which The Doctor usually
fiddles with in any case, just about ever storyline results in The
Doctor effecting things.
The Other Doctor, where The Doctor helps The Other Doctor to rid 19th
Century London of Cybermen.
But post-19th-century London wasn't controlled by Cybermen whenever
we've seen it. So the Doctor didn't change anything, just did what he'd
always done.
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The Girl who Died ... when one "Dark Ages" Nordic woman become immortal
.... after Dr Who has saved her home town.
But again, there's nothing to show that's a change rather than what
always happened.
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Face the Raven ... where a guy has a "clock" on his neck ... which then
gets transferred to Clara, ... so, presumable that guy doesn't die at
the correct date/time!
Again, nothing to show that's a change rather that what always happened.
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Etc., Etc., Etc..
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Main character goes from the 80's back to the 50's and causes a
change in the timelines, so that when he returns to the 80's, things
have changed drastically, causing him to have to time-travel again
to sort things out.
Same sort of thing continually happening to Dr Who ... except Dr Who
doesn't go back to re-sort out the time-lines!! The Doctor just lets
the (new) timeline continue!
Continually?  My impression is that big changes to the timeline are
the exception not the rule.  Where do you get the idea they happen
continually?
Apart from a couple of "Points fixed in Time", which The Doctor
usually fiddles with in any case, just about ever storyline results in
The Doctor effecting things.
The Other Doctor, where The Doctor helps The Other Doctor to rid 19th
Century London of Cybermen.
But post-19th-century London wasn't controlled by Cybermen whenever
we've seen it.  So the Doctor didn't change anything, just did what he'd
always done.
What's that saying about not being able to prove a negative?? In these
cases, it's a case of not being able to show a negative!!

If The Doctor and The Other Doctor hadn't been able to rid London of the
Cyber-Queen and the Cybermen, what do you think would be the situation
in London (and even the World) now??
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The Girl who Died ... when one "Dark Ages" Nordic woman become
immortal .... after Dr Who has saved her home town.
But again, there's nothing to show that's a change rather than what
always happened.
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
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Post by Daniel60
Face the Raven ... where a guy has a "clock" on his neck ... which
then gets transferred to Clara, ... so, presumable that guy doesn't
die at the correct date/time!
Again, nothing to show that's a change rather that what always happened.
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
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Main character goes from the 80's back to the 50's and causes a
change in the timelines, so that when he returns to the 80's, things
have changed drastically, causing him to have to time-travel again
to sort things out.
Same sort of thing continually happening to Dr Who ... except Dr Who
doesn't go back to re-sort out the time-lines!! The Doctor just lets
the (new) timeline continue!
Continually?  My impression is that big changes to the timeline are
the exception not the rule.  Where do you get the idea they happen
continually?
Apart from a couple of "Points fixed in Time", which The Doctor
usually fiddles with in any case, just about ever storyline results in
The Doctor effecting things.
The Other Doctor, where The Doctor helps The Other Doctor to rid 19th
Century London of Cybermen.
But post-19th-century London wasn't controlled by Cybermen whenever
we've seen it.  So the Doctor didn't change anything, just did what he'd
always done.
What's that saying about not being able to prove a negative?? In these
cases, it's a case of not being able to show a negative!!
If The Doctor and The Other Doctor hadn't been able to rid London of the
Cyber-Queen and the Cybermen, what do you think would be the situation
in London (and even the World) now??
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The Girl who Died ... when one "Dark Ages" Nordic woman become
immortal .... after Dr Who has saved her home town.
But again, there's nothing to show that's a change rather than what
always happened.
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
Post by solar penguin
Post by Daniel60
Face the Raven ... where a guy has a "clock" on his neck ... which
then gets transferred to Clara, ... so, presumable that guy doesn't
die at the correct date/time!
Again, nothing to show that's a change rather that what always happened.
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
Pyramids Of Mars: We DO see what would happen if Doctor didn't act! We should see that more often!
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Main character goes from the 80's back to the 50's and causes a
change in the timelines, so that when he returns to the 80's, things
have changed drastically, causing him to have to time-travel again
to sort things out.
Same sort of thing continually happening to Dr Who ... except Dr Who
doesn't go back to re-sort out the time-lines!! The Doctor just lets
the (new) timeline continue!
Continually?  My impression is that big changes to the timeline are
the exception not the rule.  Where do you get the idea they happen
continually?
Apart from a couple of "Points fixed in Time", which The Doctor
usually fiddles with in any case, just about ever storyline results in
The Doctor effecting things.
The Other Doctor, where The Doctor helps The Other Doctor to rid 19th
Century London of Cybermen.
But post-19th-century London wasn't controlled by Cybermen whenever
we've seen it.  So the Doctor didn't change anything, just did what he'd
always done.
What's that saying about not being able to prove a negative?? In these
cases, it's a case of not being able to show a negative!!
If The Doctor and The Other Doctor hadn't been able to rid London of the
Cyber-Queen and the Cybermen, what do you think would be the situation
in London (and even the World) now??
Post by solar penguin
Post by Daniel60
The Girl who Died ... when one "Dark Ages" Nordic woman become
immortal .... after Dr Who has saved her home town.
But again, there's nothing to show that's a change rather than what
always happened.
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
Post by solar penguin
Post by Daniel60
Face the Raven ... where a guy has a "clock" on his neck ... which
then gets transferred to Clara, ... so, presumable that guy doesn't
die at the correct date/time!
Again, nothing to show that's a change rather that what always happened.
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
Pyramids Of Mars: We DO see what would happen if Doctor didn't act! We
should see that more often!
As in preventing Sutekh.
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Main character goes from the 80's back to the 50's and causes a
change in the timelines, so that when he returns to the 80's, things
have changed drastically, causing him to have to time-travel again
to sort things out.
Same sort of thing continually happening to Dr Who ... except Dr Who
doesn't go back to re-sort out the time-lines!! The Doctor just lets
the (new) timeline continue!
Continually?  My impression is that big changes to the timeline are
the exception not the rule.  Where do you get the idea they happen
continually?
Apart from a couple of "Points fixed in Time", which The Doctor
usually fiddles with in any case, just about ever storyline results in
The Doctor effecting things.
The Other Doctor, where The Doctor helps The Other Doctor to rid 19th
Century London of Cybermen.
But post-19th-century London wasn't controlled by Cybermen whenever
we've seen it.  So the Doctor didn't change anything, just did what he'd
always done.
What's that saying about not being able to prove a negative?? In these
cases, it's a case of not being able to show a negative!!
If The Doctor and The Other Doctor hadn't been able to rid London of the
Cyber-Queen and the Cybermen, what do you think would be the situation
in London (and even the World) now??
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Post by Daniel60
The Girl who Died ... when one "Dark Ages" Nordic woman become
immortal .... after Dr Who has saved her home town.
But again, there's nothing to show that's a change rather than what
always happened.
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
Post by solar penguin
Post by Daniel60
Face the Raven ... where a guy has a "clock" on his neck ... which
then gets transferred to Clara, ... so, presumable that guy doesn't
die at the correct date/time!
Again, nothing to show that's a change rather that what always happened.
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
Pyramids Of Mars: We DO see what would happen if Doctor didn't act! We should see that more often!
As usual, Tim, I don't recall "Pyramids Of Mars". I'm guessing it was a
Classic Who episode.
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Main character goes from the 80's back to the 50's and causes a
change in the timelines, so that when he returns to the 80's, things
have changed drastically, causing him to have to time-travel again
to sort things out.
Same sort of thing continually happening to Dr Who ... except Dr Who
doesn't go back to re-sort out the time-lines!! The Doctor just lets
the (new) timeline continue!
Continually?  My impression is that big changes to the timeline are
the exception not the rule.  Where do you get the idea they happen
continually?
Apart from a couple of "Points fixed in Time", which The Doctor
usually fiddles with in any case, just about ever storyline results in
The Doctor effecting things.
The Other Doctor, where The Doctor helps The Other Doctor to rid 19th
Century London of Cybermen.
But post-19th-century London wasn't controlled by Cybermen whenever
we've seen it.  So the Doctor didn't change anything, just did what he'd
always done.
What's that saying about not being able to prove a negative?? In these
cases, it's a case of not being able to show a negative!!
If The Doctor and The Other Doctor hadn't been able to rid London of the
Cyber-Queen and the Cybermen, what do you think would be the situation
in London (and even the World) now??
Post by solar penguin
Post by Daniel60
The Girl who Died ... when one "Dark Ages" Nordic woman become
immortal .... after Dr Who has saved her home town.
But again, there's nothing to show that's a change rather than what
always happened.
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
Post by solar penguin
Post by Daniel60
Face the Raven ... where a guy has a "clock" on his neck ... which
then gets transferred to Clara, ... so, presumable that guy doesn't
die at the correct date/time!
Again, nothing to show that's a change rather that what always happened.
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
Pyramids Of Mars: We DO see what would happen if Doctor didn't act! We should see that more often!
As usual, Tim, I don't recall "Pyramids Of Mars". I'm guessing it was a
Classic Who episode.
Doctor and Sarah go from 1911 to 1980, find devastation.
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Main character goes from the 80's back to the 50's and causes a
change in the timelines, so that when he returns to the 80's, things
have changed drastically, causing him to have to time-travel again
to sort things out.
Same sort of thing continually happening to Dr Who ... except Dr Who
doesn't go back to re-sort out the time-lines!! The Doctor just lets
the (new) timeline continue!
Continually?  My impression is that big changes to the timeline are
the exception not the rule.  Where do you get the idea they happen
continually?
Apart from a couple of "Points fixed in Time", which The Doctor
usually fiddles with in any case, just about ever storyline results in
The Doctor effecting things.
The Other Doctor, where The Doctor helps The Other Doctor to rid 19th
Century London of Cybermen.
But post-19th-century London wasn't controlled by Cybermen whenever
we've seen it.  So the Doctor didn't change anything, just did what he'd
always done.
What's that saying about not being able to prove a negative?? In these
cases, it's a case of not being able to show a negative!!
If The Doctor and The Other Doctor hadn't been able to rid London of the
Cyber-Queen and the Cybermen, what do you think would be the situation
in London (and even the World) now??
Post by solar penguin
Post by Daniel60
The Girl who Died ... when one "Dark Ages" Nordic woman become
immortal .... after Dr Who has saved her home town.
But again, there's nothing to show that's a change rather than what
always happened.
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
Post by solar penguin
Post by Daniel60
Face the Raven ... where a guy has a "clock" on his neck ... which
then gets transferred to Clara, ... so, presumable that guy doesn't
die at the correct date/time!
Again, nothing to show that's a change rather that what always happened.
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
Pyramids Of Mars: We DO see what would happen if Doctor didn't act!
We should see that more often!
Post by Daniel60
As usual, Tim, I don't recall "Pyramids Of Mars". I'm guessing it was a
Classic Who episode.
Doctor and Sarah go from 1911 to 1980, find devastation.
10/10 Tim. Sutekh is the villan!
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Face the Raven ... where a guy has a "clock" on his neck ... which
then gets transferred to Clara, ... so, presumable that guy doesn't
die at the correct date/time!
Again, nothing to show that's a change rather that what always happened.
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
Pyramids Of Mars: We DO see what would happen if Doctor didn't act! We should see that more often!
As usual, Tim, I don't recall "Pyramids Of Mars". I'm guessing it was a
Classic Who episode.
Doctor and Sarah go from 1911 to 1980, find devastation.
So what do we see if The Doctor doesn't act, Tim??
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Face the Raven ... where a guy has a "clock" on his neck ... which
then gets transferred to Clara, ... so, presumable that guy doesn't
die at the correct date/time!
Again, nothing to show that's a change rather that what always happened.
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
Pyramids Of Mars: We DO see what would happen if Doctor didn't act! We should see that more often!
As usual, Tim, I don't recall "Pyramids Of Mars". I'm guessing it was a
Classic Who episode.
Doctor and Sarah go from 1911 to 1980, find devastation.
So what do we see if The Doctor doesn't act, Tim??
A blasted wilderness, with thunder, rain and lightning hammering down on to ash fields.
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Face the Raven ... where a guy has a "clock" on his neck ... which
then gets transferred to Clara, ... so, presumable that guy doesn't
die at the correct date/time!
Again, nothing to show that's a change rather that what always happened.
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
Pyramids Of Mars: We DO see what would happen if Doctor didn't
act! We should see that more often!
Post by Daniel60
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Post by Daniel60
As usual, Tim, I don't recall "Pyramids Of Mars". I'm guessing it was a
Classic Who episode.
Doctor and Sarah go from 1911 to 1980, find devastation.
So what do we see if The Doctor doesn't act, Tim??
A blasted wilderness, with thunder, rain and lightning hammering down on to ash fields.
You know Pyramids of MArs!
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Face the Raven ... where a guy has a "clock" on his neck ... which
then gets transferred to Clara, ... so, presumable that guy doesn't
die at the correct date/time!
Again, nothing to show that's a change rather that what always happened.
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
Pyramids Of Mars: We DO see what would happen if Doctor didn't act! We should see that more often!
As usual, Tim, I don't recall "Pyramids Of Mars". I'm guessing it was a
Classic Who episode.
Doctor and Sarah go from 1911 to 1980, find devastation.
So what do we see if The Doctor doesn't act, Tim??
A blasted wilderness, with thunder, rain and lightning hammering down on to ash fields.
And when The Doctor *DOES* act, Tim??
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Face the Raven ... where a guy has a "clock" on his neck ... which
then gets transferred to Clara, ... so, presumable that guy doesn't
die at the correct date/time!
Again, nothing to show that's a change rather that what always happened.
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
Pyramids Of Mars: We DO see what would happen if Doctor didn't act! We should see that more often!
As usual, Tim, I don't recall "Pyramids Of Mars". I'm guessing it was a
Classic Who episode.
Doctor and Sarah go from 1911 to 1980, find devastation.
So what do we see if The Doctor doesn't act, Tim??
A blasted wilderness, with thunder, rain and lightning hammering down on to ash fields.
And when The Doctor *DOES* act, Tim??
Earth back to normal.
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Face the Raven ... where a guy has a "clock" on his neck ... which
then gets transferred to Clara, ... so, presumable that guy doesn't
die at the correct date/time!
Again, nothing to show that's a change rather that what always
happened.
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Post by Timothy Bruening
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Post by Daniel60
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
Pyramids Of Mars: We DO see what would happen if Doctor didn't
act! We should see that more often!
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
As usual, Tim, I don't recall "Pyramids Of Mars". I'm guessing it was a
Classic Who episode.
Doctor and Sarah go from 1911 to 1980, find devastation.
So what do we see if The Doctor doesn't act, Tim??
A blasted wilderness, with thunder, rain and lightning hammering
down on to ash fields.
Post by Daniel60
And when The Doctor *DOES* act, Tim??
Earth back to normal.
In which case.
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Face the Raven ... where a guy has a "clock" on his neck ... which
then gets transferred to Clara, ... so, presumable that guy doesn't
die at the correct date/time!
Again, nothing to show that's a change rather that what always happened.
Again, not being able to show what would have happened if The Doctor
hadn't acted!!
Pyramids Of Mars: We DO see what would happen if Doctor didn't act!
We should see that more often!
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Post by Daniel60
As usual, Tim, I don't recall "Pyramids Of Mars". I'm guessing it was a
Classic Who episode.
Doctor and Sarah go from 1911 to 1980, find devastation.
So what do we see if The Doctor doesn't act, Tim??
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon
baby, yet Courteny + Clara save it, and Doctor waxes
lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax
lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to
space?
Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
So did the Doctor travel to a parallel universe?
Or maybe diverging universes, or one universe with a changing timeline.
There are lots of possibilities.
OTOH I disagree with Daniel and think The Waters Of Mars and Kill The
Moon would've taken place in the same timeline. There's nothing to
suggest the timeline changed between them.
The Butterfly Effect: Every time The Doctor or any other time traveler
lands anywhere it makes subtle changes to the time line.
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon
baby, yet Courteny + Clara save it, and Doctor waxes
lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax
lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to
space?
Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
So did the Doctor travel to a parallel universe?
Or maybe diverging universes, or one universe with a changing timeline.
There are lots of possibilities.
OTOH I disagree with Daniel and think The Waters Of Mars and Kill The
Moon would've taken place in the same timeline. There's nothing to
suggest the timeline changed between them.
The Butterfly Effect: Every time The Doctor or any other time traveler
lands anywhere it makes subtle changes to the time line.
Electing Trump instead of Clinton?
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon
baby, yet Courteny + Clara save it, and Doctor waxes
lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax
lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to
space?
Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
So did the Doctor travel to a parallel universe?
Or maybe diverging universes, or one universe with a changing timeline.
There are lots of possibilities.
OTOH I disagree with Daniel and think The Waters Of Mars and Kill The
Moon would've taken place in the same timeline. There's nothing to
suggest the timeline changed between them.
The Butterfly Effect: Every time The Doctor or any other time traveler
lands anywhere it makes subtle changes to the time line.
Electing Trump instead of Clinton?
Or Sanders!!
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
I thought that Moon hatching supposed/meant to happen in 2049, so would be history to people of Bowie Base in 2059, even if we SAW Bowie Base on our TVs BEFORE we saw the Moon hatching!
Except, Tim, they happened in two totally different time lines.
Like if you walked down your towns main road and turned left into the
second street .. the third house might have been painted Blue, but if
you had turned left into the third street, the third house might have
been green.
You turned left both times and checked out the third house both times,
but the result was different because something else had changed!!
So will the Bowie One Base explode in new timeline?
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax
lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
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Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
I thought that Moon hatching supposed/meant to happen in 2049, so
would be history to people of Bowie Base in 2059, even if we SAW Bowie
Base on our TVs BEFORE we saw the Moon hatching!
Post by Daniel60
Except, Tim, they happened in two totally different time lines.
Like if you walked down your towns main road and turned left into the
second street .. the third house might have been painted Blue, but if
you had turned left into the third street, the third house might have
been green.
You turned left both times and checked out the third house both times,
but the result was different because something else had changed!!
So will the Bowie One Base explode in new timeline?
No!
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax
lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
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Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
I thought that Moon hatching supposed/meant to happen in 2049, so
would be history to people of Bowie Base in 2059, even if we SAW Bowie
Base on our TVs BEFORE we saw the Moon hatching!
Post by Daniel60
Except, Tim, they happened in two totally different time lines.
Like if you walked down your towns main road and turned left into the
second street .. the third house might have been painted Blue, but if
you had turned left into the third street, the third house might have
been green.
You turned left both times and checked out the third house both times,
but the result was different because something else had changed!!
So will the Bowie One Base explode in new timeline?
No!
I'm glad of that!
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Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax
lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
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Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
I thought that Moon hatching supposed/meant to happen in 2049, so
would be history to people of Bowie Base in 2059, even if we SAW Bowie
Base on our TVs BEFORE we saw the Moon hatching!
Post by Daniel60
Except, Tim, they happened in two totally different time lines.
Like if you walked down your towns main road and turned left into the
second street .. the third house might have been painted Blue, but if
you had turned left into the third street, the third house might have
been green.
You turned left both times and checked out the third house both times,
but the result was different because something else had changed!!
So will the Bowie One Base explode in new timeline?
No!
I'm glad of that!
Good!
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2018-03-06 15:02:53 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical
about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
Oh?
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2018-03-06 18:48:02 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
Meaning that Bowie Base can be saved in new timeline?
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2018-03-06 21:23:45 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical
about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
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Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
Meaning that Bowie Base can be saved in new timeline?
No. No two timelines.
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2018-03-07 13:46:15 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical
about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
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Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
Meaning that Bowie Base can be saved in new timeline?
No. No two timelines.
Yes, new timelines, idiot!!
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2018-03-07 15:38:09 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical
about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
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Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
Meaning that Bowie Base can be saved in new timeline?
No. No two timelines.
Yes, new timelines, idiot!!
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2018-03-08 10:14:37 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical
about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
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Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
Meaning that Bowie Base can be saved in new timeline?
No. No two timelines.
Yes, new timelines, idiot!!
You are not believed.
Oh!! Dear!! I'm heartbroken, idiot!!
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2018-03-10 01:27:42 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
So at the time of The Waters Of Mars, the Moon had not hatched 10 years earlier? What did happen in 2039-2049?
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2018-03-10 01:30:32 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical
about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
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Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
So at the time of The Waters Of Mars, the Moon had not hatched 10 years
earlier? What did happen in 2039-2049?
Who

knows?
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2018-03-10 10:41:21 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
In 2059 (The Waters Of Mars), why didn't Adelaide Brooks wax lyrical about the Moon hatching and inspiring our return to space?
Those two events occurred in two different timelines, Tim.
So at the time of The Waters Of Mars, the Moon had not hatched 10 years earlier? What did happen in 2039-2049?
Nothing, maybe, Tim. Or we might find out what happens in that timeline
in that time period in two years time ... or ten years ... or this year!!
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2018-04-16 19:06:22 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
Does the Doctor think that the human race voted to save Moon baby?
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2018-04-16 20:55:23 UTC
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Confusion at end: Nightside folks vote to kill Moon baby, yet Courteny +
Clara save it, and Doctor waxes lyrical about decision.
Still everything is back to normal.
Does the Doctor think that the human race voted to save Moon baby?
MAybe.
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