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Re: Theory on why they drive around in that mobile home...

Post by Kogashi » Wed Jan 21, 2009 9:16 pm

The TARDIS has been a fair bit more mobile (aside from flying through time and space) since the series started running again a few years ago, however I would argue that Ginijiro is reasonably sized on both the inside and the out, as appose to a whole unexplored 3-5 floor (including basement and attic) , multi-roomed house stuffed inside a Police Box (Phone Booth).
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Re: Theory on why they drive around in that mobile home...

Post by lostinbrave » Wed Jan 21, 2009 9:25 pm

Kogashi wrote:The TARDIS has been a fair bit more mobile (aside from flying through time and space) since the series started running again a few years ago, however I would argue that Ginijiro is reasonably sized on both the inside and the out, as appose to a whole unexplored 3-5 floor (including basement and attic) , multi-roomed house stuffed inside a Police Box (Phone Booth).
Umm the TARDIS has a lot more floors than that
Despite a widespread assumption that the interior of the TARDIS is infinite, there are indications that it is not. In Full Circle (1980), Romana stated that the weight of the TARDIS in Alzarius' Earth-like gravity was 5 × 106 kilograms (5000 tonnes). This presumably refers to its internal weight, as the external part of the TARDIS is light enough for it to be lifted or otherwise moved with relative ease (although most real police boxes were concrete and hence quite difficult to move): several men lift it up in Marco Polo, a group of small blue maintenance workers on Platform One push it along the ground in "The End of the World", and a quartet of Weeping Angels are able to rock it back and forth in "Blink", to name a few. If the exterior of the TARDIS is moved, the movement is transmitted to its interior.

In the tie-in novels, the interior of the TARDIS has been known to contain an entire city (Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible), used to encompass an entire parallel Earth (Blood Heat), and is big enough to dwarf Gallifrey itself when turned inside out (The Ancestor Cell). It is also seen to exist in multiple timelines.
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Re: Theory on why they drive around in that mobile home...

Post by Kogashi » Wed Jan 21, 2009 10:37 pm

Well proves how much Doctor Who I really need to catch up on ^^;

But yea I think that kind of seals the deal on the Go-Onger's mobile home not being a TARDIS.
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Re: Theory on why they drive around in that mobile home...

Post by kensha » Fri Jan 23, 2009 11:59 am

I rather want entire damage in mine city then that mine people getting enslaved and entire town destroyed and never get a change to rebuild up.

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Re: Theory on why they drive around in that mobile home...

Post by touma_karamochi » Wed Jun 10, 2009 11:36 am

Maybe it's its own Brane World? ^_^ A mini-pocket dimension or something... You never know with Renn's and Bumper's fiddling around with stuff. 8)
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Re: Theory on why they drive around in that mobile home...

Post by AliasofWestgate » Wed Jun 10, 2009 7:05 pm

touma_karamochi wrote:Maybe it's its own Brane World? ^_^ A mini-pocket dimension or something... You never know with Renn's and Bumper's fiddling around with stuff. 8)


As long as they don't end up in the Dungeon Dimensions. :P The last thing Ridcully wants to do is stuff all those uninvited guests back down there. :wink:

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Re: Theory on why they drive around in that mobile home...

Post by jaymanney4life » Fri Jul 31, 2009 1:08 am

I always had this theory about super sentai/power rangers and the whole 'rebuilding after a monster and mecha battle' thing. The government took out a massive insurance policy/trust fund for such occasions, allowing them to be able to cover the costs and such from all of the collateral damage. Hence why people always treat things as business as usual and don't get upset with the heroes for doing as much property damage as the bad guys themselves.

Also, as far as the RV goes, I though the whole mass dispersion thing was a given? I mean, it's no different than how in certain animes, like say with Tenchi Muyo they're able to use pocket dimensions and such to put entire laboratories and crap inside of a closet or a huuuuuuuge elaborate hotspring style bathing area inside of a small house's bathroom. Like they said, it's the whole suspension of belief thing. =3

At any rate, getting back to the original topic before I get fussed at for necroposting, the real reason why they keep traveling around in the RV? They're the Mystery Inc. of super sentai teams, and Bumper is their Scooby Doo! XD

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Re: Theory on why they drive around in that mobile home...

Post by marthaba » Sat Aug 01, 2009 12:37 pm

jaymanney4life wrote:At any rate, getting back to the original topic before I get fussed at for necroposting..
same goes for you too...and also me :mrgreen:
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