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gerominoooo:

HELP I AM ACTUALLY UNDERSTANDING SCIENCEimage

THE SCIENCE!!!

We’re okay with other aliens as long as they’re this friendly

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thejeweledtravelerofsmokedreams:

This is going to be really hard to live blog due my interest in staring and getting the SCIENCE I think.

Time is a vertical arrow
Space is ——>

In the middle is a circle which is now.

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Don’t listen to him Brian, we want to learn the things! 

Don’t listen to him Brian, we want to learn the things! 

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doctorwho:

Not only are we livetumblring and livetweeting Doctor Who: Tales From the TARDIS tonight, but we’re also doing the same for Doctor Who: The Science of Doctor Who with Brian Cox at 10/9c! Watch as Brian Cox presses all of the buttons inside of the TARDIS, and explains some of the science that allows The Doctor to travel through time and space. Check out the trailer below!

http://youtu.be/OmbtkmeaXrg

Just a reminder that Doctor Who: The Science of Doctor Who with Brian Cox is coming up next. Time to get sciencey!

doctorwho:

Not only are we livetumblring and livetweeting Doctor Who: Tales From the TARDIS tonight, but we’re also doing the same for Doctor Who: The Science of Doctor Who with Brian Cox at 10/9c! Watch as Brian Cox presses all of the buttons inside of the TARDIS, and explains some of the science that allows The Doctor to travel through time and space. Check out the trailer below!

http://youtu.be/OmbtkmeaXrg

Just a reminder that Doctor Who: The Science of Doctor Who with Brian Cox is coming up next. Time to get sciencey!

Not only are we livetumblring and livetweeting Doctor Who: Tales From the TARDIS tonight, but we’re also doing the same for Doctor Who: The Science of Doctor Who with Brian Cox at 10/9c! Watch as Brian Cox presses all of the buttons inside of the TARDIS, and explains some of the science that allows The Doctor to travel through time and space. Check out the trailer below!

http://youtu.be/OmbtkmeaXrg

Not only are we livetumblring and livetweeting Doctor Who: Tales From the TARDIS tonight, but we’re also doing the same for Doctor Who: The Science of Doctor Who with Brian Cox at 10/9c! Watch as Brian Cox presses all of the buttons inside of the TARDIS, and explains some of the science that allows The Doctor to travel through time and space. Check out the trailer below!

http://youtu.be/OmbtkmeaXrg

Brian Cox tests the Doctor - ‘The Science of Doctor Who’ Preview

The Science of Doctor Who premieres Thursday, 14 November at 9pm on BBC Two and Monday, November 18 at 10pm ET on BBC America.

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becks28nz:

Smith and Cox : The Science of Doctor Who

'The Science of Doctor Who' premieres Thursday, 14 November at 9pm on BBC Two and Monday, November 18 at 10pm ET on BBC America.

A former rock star and Britain’s popular TV physicist, Professor Brian Cox explores the universe of the world’s favorite Time Lord when he takes the audience on a journey into the wonderful universe of Doctor Who, with the help of celebrity guests. In this exclusively recorded special from the lecture theatre of the Royal Institution of Great Britain, Brian reveals the science behind the spectacle and explains the physics that allows Doctor Who to travel through space and time. Fun, but filled with real science, it’s a special night for Who fans and anyone with a thirst for understanding.

becks28nz:

Smith and Cox : The Science of Doctor Who

'The Science of Doctor Who' premieres Thursday, 14 November at 9pm on BBC Two and Monday, November 18 at 10pm ET on BBC America.

A former rock star and Britain’s popular TV physicist, Professor Brian Cox explores the universe of the world’s favorite Time Lord when he takes the audience on a journey into the wonderful universe of Doctor Who, with the help of celebrity guests. In this exclusively recorded special from the lecture theatre of the Royal Institution of Great Britain, Brian reveals the science behind the spectacle and explains the physics that allows Doctor Who to travel through space and time. Fun, but filled with real science, it’s a special night for Who fans and anyone with a thirst for understanding.

Brian Cox and Jenna Coleman at the 2013 BAFTA Television Awards

Brian Cox and Jenna Coleman at the 2013 BAFTA Television Awards

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Cast set for BBC America’s ‘An Adventure in Space and Time’ for ‘Doctor Who’ 50th

BBC AMERICA is set to premiere An Adventure in Space and Time, a film drama about the creation of Doctor Who, as part of the channel’s celebration of the long-running sci-fi series’ 50th anniversary. Frequent Who scriptwriter Mark Gatiss has already been announced as writer, and he’s also serving as executive producer alongside current Doctor Who execs Steven Moffat andCaroline Skinner. The film is a co-production between BBC AMERICA and BBC Cymru Wales and will air later in 2013.
Doctor Who first hit the BBC airwaves on November 23, 1963, and an impressive cast has been assembled to play the personalities behind the show’s earliest days. David Bradley, best known as Argus Filch in the Harry Potter movies, has taken on the role as actor William Hartnell, who played the series’ very first Doctor. Call the Midwife star Jessica Raine, already cast in the Season 7, Part 2 premiere of Doctor Who, is set to play producer Verity Lambert, and the great Brian Cox (The Bourne Supremacy, Adaptation.) is on board as Sydney Newman, BBC’s then-Head of Drama. Meanwhile, The History Boys‘ Sacha Dhawan will play Waris Hussein, director of Doctor Who‘s premiere episode, “An Unearthly Child.”
Read more at Anglophenia

Cast set for BBC America’s ‘An Adventure in Space and Time’ for ‘Doctor Who’ 50th

BBC AMERICA is set to premiere An Adventure in Space and Time, a film drama about the creation of Doctor Who, as part of the channel’s celebration of the long-running sci-fi series’ 50th anniversary. Frequent Who scriptwriter Mark Gatiss has already been announced as writer, and he’s also serving as executive producer alongside current Doctor Who execs Steven Moffat andCaroline Skinner. The film is a co-production between BBC AMERICA and BBC Cymru Wales and will air later in 2013.

Doctor Who first hit the BBC airwaves on November 23, 1963, and an impressive cast has been assembled to play the personalities behind the show’s earliest days. David Bradley, best known as Argus Filch in the Harry Potter movies, has taken on the role as actor William Hartnell, who played the series’ very first Doctor. Call the Midwife star Jessica Rainealready cast in the Season 7, Part 2 premiere of Doctor Who, is set to play producer Verity Lambert, and the great Brian Cox (The Bourne SupremacyAdaptation.) is on board as Sydney Newman, BBC’s then-Head of Drama. Meanwhile, The History Boys‘ Sacha Dhawan will play Waris Hussein, director of Doctor Who‘s premiere episode, “An Unearthly Child.”

Read more at Anglophenia

K-9 Returns in Stargazing LIVE! on BBC Two (UK)
via the BBC Doctor Who Blog:


K-9 returns to our screens this week as part of the new series of Stargazing LIVE. The Doctor’s faithful metal friend will be appearing in all three ‘Back to Earth’ shows as the new question master, posing a ‘space brainteaser’ to a number of special guests…
Stargazing LIVE is back on BBC Two for a third three-night series from tomorrow (Tuesday, 8 January) and aims to encourage everyone – from the complete beginner to the enthusiastic amateur – to make the most of the night sky.
Professor Brian Cox (who many will recall from his cameo appearance in The Power of Three) and Dara O Briain will broadcast from the control room of the Jodrell Bank Observatory, interacting live with the audience and calling on a starry collection of the country’s finest astronomical minds to explore the wonders of the cosmos. You can find out more about the series at the BBC’s Stargazing LIVE pages.
Immediately after each episode of Stargazing LIVE, Brian Cox, Dara O Briain and their guests return for an extra half hour of chat, debate and audience participation in three shows called Back to Earth. And that’s where K-9 will be on hand to give the benefit of his experience traveling amongst the stars!

K-9 Returns in Stargazing LIVE! on BBC Two (UK)

via the BBC Doctor Who Blog:

K-9 returns to our screens this week as part of the new series of Stargazing LIVE. The Doctor’s faithful metal friend will be appearing in all three ‘Back to Earth’ shows as the new question master, posing a ‘space brainteaser’ to a number of special guests…

Stargazing LIVE is back on BBC Two for a third three-night series from tomorrow (Tuesday, 8 January) and aims to encourage everyone – from the complete beginner to the enthusiastic amateur – to make the most of the night sky.

Professor Brian Cox (who many will recall from his cameo appearance in The Power of Three) and Dara O Briain will broadcast from the control room of the Jodrell Bank Observatory, interacting live with the audience and calling on a starry collection of the country’s finest astronomical minds to explore the wonders of the cosmos. You can find out more about the series at the BBC’s Stargazing LIVE pages.

Immediately after each episode of Stargazing LIVE, Brian Cox, Dara O Briain and their guests return for an extra half hour of chat, debate and audience participation in three shows called Back to Earth. And that’s where K-9 will be on hand to give the benefit of his experience traveling amongst the stars!

ewwwhatsthat:

Prof. Brian Cox and Lord Sugar Cameos - The Power of Three

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Brian Cox (cute physicist) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Brian Cox (cute physicist) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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