There's overwhelming evidence that the universe is accelerating. This means that the future is going to be a relatively lonely place, with galaxies getting ever further from one another, and no hope (if there ever was any) of traveling between them. But could the accelerating universe be even more grim than that?
"The End of Time" wrapped up the Russell T. Davies era of Doctor Who with a bang, but it left a bunch of unanswered questions behind. Perhaps the solutions are already right there in front of us. Speculation time!
David Tennant's swansong on Doctor Who, "The End of Time", airs today in the UK and tomorrow night on BBC America. But how will the Tenth Doctor's finale — and his big regeneration — compare with those that came before?
If history is anything to go by, Russell T. Davies will try to top all his previous gonzo conclusions with his final Doctor Who, "The End Of Time." Is it too much to hope he's learned from his past mistakes?