cleowho:

"Susan, er…"

The reality of leaving his granddaughter behind at the end of the previous story finally hits the Doctor. William Hartnell beautifully conveys the Doctor’s dignified and quiet grief during this brief but poignant moment.

The Rescue - season 02 - 1965

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raggedygirl91:

Companions: Zoe Heriot (1968 - 1969)

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Fact #1094

classicwhofacts:

Every episode of Classic Who contains a piece of the equation that unlocks eternal youth. Unfortunately, the missing episodes render it incomplete. 

cleowho:

"Understanding is not the same as knowing."

The Trial of a Time Lord: The Mysterious Planet - season 23 - 1986

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thespookymara:

BECAUSE APPARENTLY THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO HAVEN’T SEEN THIS GLORIOUS GLORIOUS VIDEO

The Fifth Doctor: Last Friday Night

thelimpingdoctor:

Shut the fuck up about Pluto

When we learn new facts, we have to reconsider our systems of categorization. Science adapts to new information—in this case, the increasing number of other Kuiper belt objects we’ve discovered, including ones bigger than Pluto. They’re not new planets, so neither is Pluto. Not to mention the orbital behavior.

It’s still there. It’s still called Pluto. It’s just a Kuiper belt object.

Science adapts to new facts. This Pluto nostalgia isn’t cute and it has an undercurrent of anti-science, anti-intellectual backwardness. Get over the outdated models you learned in first grade and learn something new about the goddamn solar system, because the solar system is exciting and we learn amazing new things about it literally every single day.

The universe doesn’t give a fuck about your grade school nostalgia.

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Classic Doctor Who opening titles, 1964-1996

taikonaut:

I FUCKED UP.

DON’T LOOK AT ME.

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