What does it say on the TARDIS door?
The sign has actually changed a lot over the years. To answer those specific questions though: the original wording was actually “urgent calls” but this was eventually altered and “office” was a typo of “officers”. The TARDIS is disguised as a police box.
What does the acronym TARDIS stand for?
Time And Relative Dimensions In Space
TARDIS, of course, stands for Time And Relative Dimensions In Space. Or Time and Relative Dimension in Space, if you’re a purist.
How does the TARDIS interior change?
The interior of the TARDIS works like a “desktop theme,” with each Doctor able to customize it to their own preferences. While most of the interior shots focus on the main control room, the TARDIS is full of different rooms, including a swimming pool, that can also change at will.
Why does the TARDIS say pull to open?
The sign saying ‘Pull to open’ is an instruction as to how to access the telephone, not the Tardis itself. This smaller door does indeed open outwards, and therefore is, pulled to open.
How much does the TARDIS weigh?
About 3 tonnes. The TARDIS is roughly 2.7 metres high, while this model TARDIS is probably about 30 cm high and weighs around 4 kg. A quick bit of arithmetic tells us that the real TARDIS is about 9 times as high as the model, and therefore has 9^3=729 times the volume.
Is there a red TARDIS?
Nope. Just that one-off pink thing, but never, ever red. Always blue, except for a brief pink. Non-UK people confuse red phone booths for the TARDIS often because they’re unclear on what a police box is and they’ve been (Americans especially) subconsciously influenced by Bill and Ted.
What color is the light on the TARDIS?
Is The Tardis Royal Blue? In 2016, the official BBC Tardis colour was 2955C, though there have been many versions of it used over the years as well – so it appears that they’re a matching gray color instead.
How does a TARDIS work?
TARDIS is an acronym that stands for “time and relative dimension in space.” The blue box can travel anywhere in the universe and arrive at any point in time. This makes it the perfect ship for a space tourist.
How did the Doctor get the TARDIS?
The TARDIS that the Doctor stole was a Type 40 Mark I TT Capsule from Gallifrey. The Time Lords used it to travel through space and time.