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Doctor Who (1963)

2 corrected entries in The Claws of Axos

The Claws of Axos - S8-E3

Corrected entry: The Nuton power complex contains a cyclotron which, Winser explains, can accelerate atomic particles to the speed of light and beyond. There's even an instrument which measures the effect, with a scale marked in "x light". Unfortunately, relativity states that you can't accelerate particles to the speed of light (let alone beyond it), because at that point the particles would have infinite mass.

Matty W

Correction: There is a theory that a cylinder of sufficient density would cause light to loop around it and accelorate. The particles wouldn't be breaking the local speed of light but would be breaking the universal one. The cylindrical nature of the chamber may generate this effect. This is science fiction so you have to assume that scientists found a way around the problem.

Josman

The Claws of Axos - S8-E3

Corrected entry: In episode 1, as Filer is driving along in his car, listening to the radio, notice that through the window to his right you can see a blue CSO screen which is completely blank – the superimposed backdrop that should be there is completely missing...

Correction: It's not blue, but a washed-out gray - the same color as the cloudy sky in the location shots.

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