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Doctor Who Question

If an baby is born in the TARDIS, when is his/her birthday?

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with that range of thinking how does The Doctor knows he is 900...Hes been in the TARDIS a long time?
destruckto posted over a year ago
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Oh my gosh, you're right! o.e
alexthedog posted over a year ago
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But wasn't the Doctor born on Gallifrey?
owleyes200 posted over a year ago
 alexthedog posted over a year ago
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solo1861 said:
If the Tardis is in the time vortex, there isn't a real date of birth.
So I guess they would go with the date on the planet of origin of the parents the next time they visit it (minus the time they spend inside the Tardis since the birth).
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destruckto said:
Well I guess if you are on a planet you would take the date not the year. Then you just gauge time spent on the TARDIS. I would think that no matter where you jump to or where you go in time that a day is a day and a year is a year. If born IN the TARDIS...Well They have ways to find out the date. So ...What if they are born ON the TARDIS...Well now my brain is broke so I can not go on trying to answer!!!
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Actually, since a day is measured by how long the Earth takes to spin on its axis, and a year by how long it takes to orbit the Sun, days and years will be different on different planets. For example, a year on Mars is almost double the length of a year on Earth.
Arador posted over a year ago
Trenzalore said:
OMG!!
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