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A Serious Question

what do you think would happen if the doctor opened the tardis
door underwater do you think the whole ocean would pour in
there until it was empty or what this is a serious question
why the **** did this get so many notes
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User avatar #11 - gothiczombie (07/11/2013) [+] (2 replies)
When Amy first became the companion she floated outside the door in space and the doctor explained that the tardis has a forcefield type effect that keeps air around the outside that he had expanded for the express purpose of letting her do that so i assume it would keep the ocean out as well as air in.
User avatar #17 - Loppytaffy (07/11/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I think if it has shields against the vaccuum of space, it can have shields against the water...
#1 - Absolute Madman (07/11/2013) [+] (10 replies)
To get maximum drainage, the tardis would need to be as low as possible. Assuming the tardis isn't affected by buoyancy and is in a fixed position somewhere at the bottom of the Marianas Trench, and that the tardis nor the doctor are crumpled up like pieces of paper due to the weight, the ocean wouldn't drain that fast.

The tardis has something like a 7 foot tall opening at best? The drainage rate would be insanely slow relative to the size of the ocean,probably barley affecting things farther than a mile away unless it happens to sit still. The surface would be totally unaffected.
(I'm not a Doctor Who fan, I'm just going on what I remember seeing about the show. I was under the assumption that the tardis can flush the water into outer space once it gets full, or that it at least has infinite space on the inside.)



TL;DR Not much would happen besides putting the water and some unlucky fish inside the tardis.
User avatar #2 to #1 - treepump (07/11/2013) [-]
**** , I forgot to sign in. Great.
#45 - jinapayne (07/11/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Funnyjunk knows more about Doctor Who than tumblr does   
This actually makes me proud   
And does anyone have any Classic Who gifs? I need more and Im sick of seeing Tennant and SMith gifs all the time
Funnyjunk knows more about Doctor Who than tumblr does
This actually makes me proud
And does anyone have any Classic Who gifs? I need more and Im sick of seeing Tennant and SMith gifs all the time
User avatar #20 - CloseEnough (07/11/2013) [+] (3 replies)
The doctor's grave shows the actual size of the tardis, and even though it's easily as huge as a skyscraper, the inside of the tardis isn't limitless.
User avatar #22 to #20 - kakkakrabbypatty (07/11/2013) [-]
the inside of the TARDIS is self-replicating, so it is potentially infinite but not necessarily.....




also it's fictional.....
User avatar #48 - apocalypticburrito (07/11/2013) [+] (6 replies)
1) the doc's got a force field, else the opposite would happen when he opened in space
2) if for some unholy reason the doc would want to lower the ocean levels
the tardis is large but not that large
User avatar #41 - aabbccddeeffgghhii (07/11/2013) [-]
Nothing would happen. The TARDIS has an invisible shield on the outside so things cant get in/out that aren't meant to be. Thats why you can open the door IN SPACE and survive. These people should ******* know this!
#27 - schrodngrscat (07/11/2013) [-]
Not like it doesn't have that forcefield bubble thing...
#21 - rochal (07/11/2013) [-]
A seriously stupid question would be a better title. the tardis has a ******* dying star preserved in a permanent state of decay being used as a source of limitless ******* power. i think it can handle some ******* water.
#72 - themoondog (07/12/2013) [-]
it has a shied? it works in space so y not under water.
User avatar #66 - srskate (07/12/2013) [+] (3 replies)
The tardis is just bigger, not necessarily infinite.
User avatar #64 - dragonzard (07/11/2013) [+] (2 replies)
If the doctor can open the door in space without losing air levels, I highly doubt that anything else could go in or out, Including water. Also, the TARDIS isn't infinite inside, it has an end.
#29 - pacoseago (07/11/2013) [-]
It's like Narnia
User avatar #10 - trollmobile ONLINE (07/11/2013) [-]
if it can protect him from the vacum of space, it can protect him from water.
User avatar #9 - blasthardcheese (07/11/2013) [+] (3 replies)
This is a race that ******* grew time machines!
Don't you think they'd have planned ahead?
User avatar #3 - tannerninja (07/11/2013) [-]
The water wouldn't go in due to the wibbly wobbly-ness or the tardis. If air does not get vacuumed out in the middle of space then I doubt that water would be able to make it in.
User avatar #15 - strangemoo (07/11/2013) [-]
No. Gravity fields around it and stuff.
#7 - Absolute Madman (07/11/2013) [+] (3 replies)
The tradis can repel Lazers, the vacuum of ******* space, and can keep a sun in place.

Why the **** do you think it couldn't handle the pressure of an ocean?
#42 to #8 - joshofsouls (07/11/2013) [-]
How in the hell did you misspell ******* VACUUM, it was in the comment you're replying to!
User avatar #61 - dirtydollar (07/11/2013) [-]
Op actually cropped out the last comment!?

I love you
User avatar #30 - atrumaliger (07/11/2013) [-]
Naw, the tardis has a shield around it. Water wouldn't get in.
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