I want that scene to show up in the next Justice League Movie.
I want to follow you all!
Just there on Saturday. It was fun if a little more Moffat-con than Doyle.
Cure for Doctor Who Heartbreak:
The Doctor meets Mr Rogers.
Mr. Rogers gives him a hug.
For extreme heartbreak, imagine Mr. Rogers at the end of the episode saying to the Doctor what he said to children at the end of his shows:
“You always make each day a special day and a special week for me, and you know how: By just your being you yourself. There’s only one person in this whole world like you; that’s you yourself, and people can like you just exactly the way you are.”
Casual reminder that Jack spent 1874 years buried beneath Cardiff.
Presuming that it takes him four minutes to be revived each time he dies of things which don’t require his entire body to re-grow itself (based on how long it took for him to revive after Suzie shot him), and that it takes six minutes for him to suffocate (brain death occurs roughly four minutes after loss of consciousness), he dies 52 595 times per year.
That means he died 98 563 030 times while buried underneath Cardiff.
Point of order:
He’d have used up all of the oxygen in the air in the box when he first suffocated. I think that his ensuing deaths would have happened much faster. Assuming his body revives fully healed and conscious - he would pass out immediately due to severe hypoxia. There just wouldn’t be any oxygen to sustain him long enough to “suffocate” each time.
If it takes four minutes for him to come back, then assuming ten minutes (suffocation & resurrection) for his first death… assuming he is “alive & conscious” for 1/10 of a second each time after the first…
If Jack revives every 240.1 seconds (4 minutes + 1/10th of a second) after his initial death:
1 day = 1,440 minutes = 86,400 seconds
1 day = 360 deaths (359.8500624739692, but I round up)
DAY ONE he only died 357 deaths because his first took 10 minutes (357.3511037067888)
Per Week = 2,520 Deaths
1 year= 131,040 Deaths
I would think he died:
1874 years = 245,568,957 deaths (I subtracted 3 to account for the first year)
Correct me if I’m wrong.
Also: thank you tumblr for making the most gruesome word problem I’ve ever solved.