Hmm that makes sense
I never thought of that before but I think you might be right
Sorry it took so long for me to respond.
I’m honestly not sure but I don’t really think that it would be gone eventually.
And I’m also not very good at thinking of theories (ironically)
Anyone got a theory?
So, being the completist that I am, I have started to watch episodes of the 1st doctor as well as read up on some of his companions. I get the feeling that as the show developed, the actual relationship between him and his ‘grand daughter’ was getting questioned on whether or not they were really related. This was bourne out of the growth of the character and whether or not it was intended to be believed that the Doctor actually had any proper family. What follows is my attempt to build a ‘Timey Wimey’ theory of Susan Foreman’s origins..
In the David Tennant episode ‘The Doctor’s Daughter’ we learn that the ‘cloned’ daughter of the doctor survives and goes on adventures of her own. What if she reunites with a future incarnation of the Doctor seeking help to hide her and her young daughter (say, 2 to 3 years old), as she has been exiled by her kind for not procreating using the ‘clone’ system but by actually getting pregnant and giving birth.
The doctor in his latest incarnation would of course have all his Timey Wimey memories and know what to do, so he would travel BACK along his own timeline, delivering his clone-daughter and her offspring to his 1st incarnation (the 1st Doctor) to assist in hiding/raising them as his own and thus - Susan Foreman is raised as the 1st Doctor’s grand-daughter and joins him as his 1st companion…
Sorry, I am not much of a writer, but I hope my idea comes across okay.
Not gonna lie I was actually unaware that the Doctor lives forever.
Even still, in the episode it is said that even though he saved Gallifrey, he would be the only one to know, and if anyone else were to go to where Gallifrey used to be it would be gone.
So really, I have no idea but you never know
One of the weeping angels survived from angels take manhattan
It slowly travels across the country to the West over a century
In the 22 century after the Doctor left her there, Susan and David travel to America to help rebuild after the dalek attack and end up in the west.
Susan gets touched by the angel and she gets sent back a hundred years
She attempts to make a crude vortex manipulator, but our technology is to primitive and instead of going forward a hundred years, she goes back another hundred, now in the open plains of western America
A few Native American tribes men find her, mistake her for a settler, and become enraged.
They attack her because she’s alone, but she manages to escape but she’s mortally wounded
She wanders a little while longer and finally collapsed in a field and regenerated, the only other creature in the field being a wild mustang
Including another theory of mine that unless exceptionally talented, a time lord/lady’s regeneration is random or based on their thoughts at the time/what’s around them, Susan ends up regenerating into a stallion not unlike the one that was in the field with her.
She wanders a bit longer, gets caught by wranglers who “tame” her, and she ends up being sold to a minister who names her Joshua and moves to a town by the name of Mercy.
I think it was referring to the Arcadia in Greece especially since it’s been said on multiple occasions that they can’t visit Gallifrey since it was time-locked
I believe that somehow they’ll make an exception or something so that the show can continue for as long as possible (or at least I would hope so)
And to be honest, with this show anything could happen
What I think people don’t realize is that “The Day of the Doctor” is that it always happened. No one every destroyed all the Time Lords. The fixed point in time wasn’t Gallifrey’s destruction, but Gallifrey getting stuffed into a pocket of time where the Time War couldn’t destroy it.
Ten and Eleven have always been at Hurt’s side in that moment. However, to protect Gallifrey, the memories of how exactly everything happened had to be rearranged. The Doctor had to think he killed everyone to save everyone. It might also be an effect of the calculations run on Eleven’s sonic. How was he to know to keep them running? Why did he never see them lurking and go “What is that?”
There’s some sort of time travel fail safe in here somewhere that allowed all versions of the Doctor to converge on Gallifrey without having a clear memory of ever doing it. The high council being unwittingly involved might also have something to do with it as well. Otherwise he’d always have remembered.
This is always what happened. However, when the War Doctor regenerated into the Ninth Doctor, the false memory, the memory of what could have been was implanted in his memory. It was like I was asking a while back, how do we know Susan’s not alive? The Doctor would tell us the Time Lords are all dead to protect her. To protect all the Time Lords, the Doctor had to tell himself, tell everyone that all the Time Lords were dead. Anyone who went to Gallifrey’s coordinates would believe him because Gallifrey is no longer. This is the Doctor’s timeline still. I don’t think he’s left Trenzalore yet (given the random flashes of Eleven down in the limbo area of his time stream).
Now that the danger has passed, the Doctor can go home, maybe even bring Gallifrey out of the pocket universe and put it back where it belongs. There are so many possibilities now, and they’ve always existed. The Doctor just had to remember the day, the most important day.
This is the theory I was talking to you about a few days back. Unfortunately, I don’t have the time or the strength to do my research, so I will just tell you what I think and you can make of it what you will. I am really very tired, so forgive me any mistakes or half-assed sentences, or anything.
I know there are most likely holes in this theory, it’s just something that I thought about with, I repeat, no deep research behind it, so…