In a sci-fi twist, Tasmanian tigers could actually be coming back from extinction
Over 80 years ago the Tasmanian Tiger became extinct. Now it seems like they have found a new cloning technique that may bring the animal back
Now here is something that you may not know: The closest living relative to the Tasmanian Tiger is the Asian Elephant!
I am writing this before the latest Dr Who episode, because I wont really have the time to write anything about it before Monday ends, and I want to write this before Monday ends. I have no intention for the moment to actually write about the actual episode, this is more about the “cycle” of Doctor Who. Which can be briefly be explained in the diagram below:
I can definitely say this is true of a lot of Dr Who Fans. If you head to the Facebook pages and people are just making suggestions…SUGGESTIONS! The hate in the column in comments can be overwhelming and is quiet frankly , embarrassing sometimes. I usually miss this step a lot because I know I will probably like the new Doctor. I have liked all the Doctors so far.
I have to admit though, when I first start to watch I miss the last Doctor for a bit. I think to myself “Oh they would have been brilliant playing against this character” or something like that. I usually do end up getting to a point where I can’t imagine the Doctor being played by someone else, but then I am always pleasantly surprised. For example, my personal favourite Doctor was Matt Smith. I love Peter Capaldi as an actor, but I never thought that I could love anyone with River Song (played by Alex Kingston) as much as I love her with Matt Smith…But I was wrong! But I think Peter Capaldi and Alex Kingston has AMAZING chemistry! I wept…WEPT…When they got to the “Last Night at Darillium”.
Do you follow the Dr Who cycle? Is there a Fandom that you apart of that has a similar cycle?
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Published on 21 Dec 2016