Doctor who choose the future
Doctor Who: Choose the Future: Night of the Kraken by Jonathan GreenWhen one choice can lead to triumph or failure, life or death, glory or destruction . . . which will you choose? With Choose the Future, YOU decide how, when, where and with whom the Doctor will fight to save the world!
In this brand new adventure, Night of the Kraken, the Twelfth Doctor meets a roguish time-smuggler and faces a terrifying creature from the deep with a plan to destroy the Earth.
The fate of the Doctor and the universe he protects are in your hands...
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Doctor Who: How Does the TARDIS Work? (Is Time Travel Possible?)
Beginning with the Tenth Doctor , a series of 'Quick Reads' have also been available, published once a year. With exception to the Quick Reads, all of the NSAs have been published in hardcover to begin with, and have been reprinted in paperback for boxed collections that are exclusive to The Book People and Tesco. Some of the reprints amend pictures of the companion of the novel from the cover. Some of the hardback editions have also been reprinted to amend pictures of Rose. The series episode " Boom Town " makes a reference to the Doctor and Rose's trip to the Justicia system. This took place in The Monsters Inside , making it the first spin-off novel to ever be explicitly referred to in the television series.
This raises questions about whether we could alter the rate or direction in which we travel in time. And indeed, we could—and we can see how in one of my favorite sci-fi TV shows, Doctor Who. For example, massive objects like black holes warp spacetime in such a way that the closer you get, the slower time passes. And the effect can be quite pronounced. While those on the top of the ship closest to the black hole age only a few hours, those in the bottom of the ship age years. Because the gravitational effects of a black hole increase exponentially as you approach it, such a disparity in time dilation is possible if the black hole has the right mass. Acceleration can also dilate time.