fyeahwhovians:

TARDIS consoles through the years.

Hnnnngggg….So lovely…

gallifreygal:

The Cybermaaaa-haaa-haaa-haaan…

Tumblr! I have just puked from adorable.

Why do I not remember that breathtakingly gorgeous circle Gallifreyan glass panel from gif 5? 

theoblivioncontinuum:

avedoodles:

This took me nine and a half two-hour art classes to complete. It’s actually a couple inches bigger on each side, but my scanner isn’t big enough. I have to say, though, that it may be my favorite single piece of art I have created.

My sister is more talented than you are.

Gorgeous. I love the Gallifreyan-looking character for the St. John’s Ambulance sticker.

theoblivioncontinuum:

avedoodles:

This took me nine and a half two-hour art classes to complete. It’s actually a couple inches bigger on each side, but my scanner isn’t big enough. I have to say, though, that it may be my favorite single piece of art I have created.

My sister is more talented than you are.

Gorgeous. I love the Gallifreyan-looking character for the St. John’s Ambulance sticker.

theshockingdifference:


#Emergency Program One means I’m facing an enemy that should never get their hands on this machine. So this is what you should do: let the TARDIS die. Just let this old box gather dust. No one can open it. No one will even notice it. Let it become a strange little thing standing on a street corner and over the years the world will move on and the box will be buried. And if you want to remember me then you can do one thing. That’s all. One thing. Have a good life. Do that for me Rose. Have a fantastic life.

THERE ARE NOT ENOUGH TEARS IN MY BODY.

WINGS Y U DO THESE THINGS TO ME WHEN I GO ON UR BLOG. 
I really like this TARDIS angle…

I really like this TARDIS angle…

series60s:

The Doctor’s Wife, typography

series60s:

The Doctor’s Wife, typography

Oh my Gallifrey. I want this with all the want I have ever wanted something with. 

Oh my Gallifrey. I want this with all the want I have ever wanted something with. 

glassesandtophats:

What it really stands for…

Not that I don’t love this graphic because it’s quite pretty, but it kind of rubs me the wrong way when something as timeless and iconic as the TARDIS is associated in such an “exclusive” way with just a tiny, most recent fraction of the amazing people who have traveled within her. 

glassesandtophats:

What it really stands for…

Not that I don’t love this graphic because it’s quite pretty, but it kind of rubs me the wrong way when something as timeless and iconic as the TARDIS is associated in such an “exclusive” way with just a tiny, most recent fraction of the amazing people who have traveled within her. 

FALSE. THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE IN BLUES. THE TUMBLR BLUE AND THE TARDIS BLUE ARE ONE. THE TUMBLR AN THE TARDIS ARE ONE.
BOTH ARE BIGGER ON THE INSIDE.
BOTH ARE FULL OF AMAZING, BRAVE, WONDERFUL PEOPLE. 
BOTH TAKE ME TO PLACES I NEVER EVEN DREAMED OF. 
BOTH ARE PART OF A WORLD I NEVER WANT TO LEAVE. 

FALSE. THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE IN BLUES. THE TUMBLR BLUE AND THE TARDIS BLUE ARE ONE. THE TUMBLR AN THE TARDIS ARE ONE.

BOTH ARE BIGGER ON THE INSIDE.

BOTH ARE FULL OF AMAZING, BRAVE, WONDERFUL PEOPLE. 

BOTH TAKE ME TO PLACES I NEVER EVEN DREAMED OF. 

BOTH ARE PART OF A WORLD I NEVER WANT TO LEAVE. 

drwhowhereru:

DOCTOR Goose aka Mother WHO!

drwhowhereru:

DOCTOR Goose aka Mother WHO!

whatsmyageagain-x:

I’m in love with this console

I hope you’re into sharing because I’ve already claimed her. 

TARDIS 101: Sentience

dwfacts:

Every TARDIS is sentient and aware as each is grown rather than being made. The level of sentience is quite minimal, a simple self-awareness rather than full artificial intelligence. However, like any living thing a TARDIS develops as it ages, becoming more and more aware and intelligent (The Doctor’s Wife). The reason for this sentience being part of the design of a TARDIS is twofold. Firstly a sentient machine can assist the pilot in navigating the complexities of the Vortex. It can predict the patterns and shifts and keep the capsule on course without the pilot needing to make every correction. It also allows it to anticipate the occupants’ needs and try to keep them safe. All sentient life has a self-preservation instinct, meaning a TARDIS does not blindly land in hostile places or lead its occupants into danger. The second need for sentience is that it allows the device to make a psychic link with the operator and occupants. This link’s prime use is to draw on the intellect of the occupants and pilot to operate more efficiently. The living minds of the occupants create an essential part of some of the systems such as the translator.