1. Entertainment

    Watch the TARDIS Jukebox Play Chameleon Circuit’s “An Awful Lot of Running” [Video]

    When we first wrote about the Recycled TARDIS Jukebox back in November, geologist and TARDIS-maker David Prouty decided to thank us by asking us if we had any song requests. We suggested "An Awful Lot of Running" by Chameleon Circuit, a Time Lord Rock band, and the end result is pretty stupendous. Seriously, Alex Day should pay this guy.

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  2. Entertainment

    That’s No Cake, It’s a Space Station… Oh, Wait… No, That Is Actually a Cake

    A guy named Neal just had a birthday. You probably don't know Neal, but you should still wish him a happy birthday and check out the sweet cake his wife got for him. It depicts -- in cake form -- an epic space battle between some of the most iconic spaceships in geekdom. Neal, save us a slice?

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  3. Entertainment

    #FollowFriday: Dr. Ben Tippett (@bnprime)

    It's Friday! You know what that means: binge-watching old Pete and Pete reruns and passing out in front of the TV. No? Just us? Well, for the rest of you, it's also #FollowFriday! That's where we try to convince you to follow great people on Twitter, and this week that great person TARDIS-theorizing physicist Dr. Ben Tippett.

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  4. Entertainment

    Somebody Made a TARDIS Jukebox out of Recycled Cardboard, and It’s Pretty Amazing

    Nine months ago, geophysicist David Prouty's teenage daughter challenged him to create something awesome out of recycled boxes for Doctor Who's 50th anniversary. He's a tiny bit late, but after seeing that he basically made his own whooshing, light-flashing TARDIS, we're totally willing to forgive him.

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  5. Weird

    Québec Experiences Unexplainable Event In The Sky, Probably The TARDIS

    Cities across Québec and Ontario, Canada were shaken a few nights ago after a mysterious explosion - accompanied by an inexplicable flash of blue-green light - lit up the night sky around 8pm. Though there have been no reports of a wheezy vworrp-vwoorp sound, we're forced to assume the TARDIS has crash-landed in eastern Canada.

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  6. Science

    Two Actual Physicists Wrote a Paper on How a Real TARDIS Would Work

    "Traversable Achronal Retrograde Domains in Spacetime" is the name of a scientific paper written by physicists Dr. Ben Tippett and Dr. Dave Tsang. Yes, not only do they study black holes and Einstein's theory of general relativity, but they deliberately named their proposed spacetime bubbles TARDIS. We want to be their best friends.

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  7. Entertainment

    Doctor Who Fans Petition Empire State Building To Light Up TARDIS Blue on November 23rd

    The iconic Empire State Building here in New York City changes the color of its lights at the top of the building to celebrate certain occasions. As far as we know it's never celebrated Doctor Who, and fans of the show want that to change. Someone has started a petition to get the building lit up TARDIS blue on November 23rd.

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  8. Tech

    Pics or it Didn’t Happen: We Visit the MakerBot Store

    We're pretty excited about 3D printing here at Geekosystem. When we realized how close our office is to the MakerBot retail store in New York City, we decided we had to go down to check it out. If you live in the area or are looking for a geeky stop on a New York visit we highly recommend giving the store a look.

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  9. Weird

    Let’s Have a Serious Talk About Pokémon Living Conditions

    So you've gone and caught em' all. Now what? Pokémon (maybe) are living things and you've crammed them into a tiny Poké Ball without a second thought like a savage. What's it really like in there? The real estate experts at Movoto broke it down in their latest infographic. It seems like they are either completely wonderful or horribly monstrous living conditions.

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  10. Entertainment

    Kiss $50 Goodbye, a Remote-Controlled Flying TARDIS is Available for Preorder

    That's weird. I could have sworn that about five minutes ago I had $46.99 more in my bank account than I do right now. I wonder if it has anything to do with the this remote-controlled flying TARDIS that just became available for pre-order. Sadly, it won't be shipping until July so I'll have to wait until then to start having Doctor Who adventures around Washington Square Park on my lunch breaks.

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  11. Entertainment

    Woo Your Favorite Companion on Valentine’s Day With This Doctor Who Cookbook

    Going out to dinner for Valentine's Day is fine, but if you really want to show your special lady or fella or ladyfella that your two hearts beat only for them tomorrow night, why not put a meal together from Dining With The Doctor: The Unauthorized Whovian Cookbook? We got our hands on a copy, and I sampled a few of the recipes with my wife. Yes -- I made and ate fish fingers and custard.

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  12. Entertainment

    This TARDIS Model is Bigger on the Inside Thanks to Augmented Reality [Video]

    Any Doctor Who fan can tell you that the TARDIS is "bigger on the inside," but reproducing the dimensionally transcendental interior of the Doctor's little blue box in a model or toy is a bit impossible at the moment -- except with augmented reality. Greg Kumparak used augmented reality to create this TARDIS model that appears bigger on the inside, at least when you look at it through Kumparak's smartphone.

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  13. Entertainment

    Turn Your Front Door Into the TARDIS With This Vinyl Door Decal

    If you want to try and trick people into thinking your home is bigger on the inside, or if you just plain want to feel like you're about to leave your world behind every time you step through your home's threshold, these TARDIS vinyl door decals could be just what you're looking for.

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  14. Entertainment

    This is the TARDIS Flying Through the Time Vortex in Dildo Form

    Today in your weird sci-fi sex toy news, we have this dildo that represents the time vortex, complete with TARDIS flying along through it, dubbed the TARDIS Tickler. Obviously, sci-fi sex toys aren't exactly a bare market, but I'm not entirely sure if any sex toy has ever tried to represent the whole of space and time until now. Obviously, there are some NSFW images below the break.

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  15. Entertainment

    TARDIS Cubicle Transcends Space and Time

    One has to assume that this cubicle is not, however, bigger on the inside than it is on the outside.

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