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== Structure ==
 
== Structure ==
Described as a "crack in Time" by [[Charley Pollard]], a time fissure could rupture at one point in time and stretch to another point through the [[Time Vortex]]. One time fissure ruptured in the mid-[[21st century]] and ended in the [[16th century]]. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Time of the Daleks (audio story)|The Time of the Daleks]]'')
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Described as a "crack in Time" by [[Charley Pollard]], a time fissure could rupture at one point in time and stretch to another point through the [[Time Vortex]]. One time fissure ruptured in the mid-[[21st century]] and ended in the [[16th century]]. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Time of the Daleks]]'')
   
Time fissures occurred all the time, but were so small they barely affected the [[space-time continuum]] as they stemmed from decisions such as taking [[cream]] or jam on toast. Larger events, such as the sinking of the [[Titanic]] where hundreds of lives were affected, could create fissures where [[time track]]s diverged from a [[causal nexus|nexus point]], allowing for travel to a [[parallel universe]]. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Wreck of the Titan (audio story)|The Wreck of the Titan]]'')
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Time fissures occurred all the time, but were so small they barely affected the [[space-time continuum]] as they stemmed from decisions such as taking [[cream]] or jam on toast. Larger events, such as the sinking of the [[Titanic]] where hundreds of lives were affected, could create fissures where [[time track]]s diverged from a [[causal nexus|nexus point]], allowing for travel to a [[parallel universe]]. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Wreck of the Titan]]'')
   
 
== Common effects ==
 
== Common effects ==
 
[[File:Fissurejpg.jpg|thumb|[[The Moment]] creating a time fissure, allowing the [[War Doctor]] to enter his future. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Day of the Doctor (TV story)|The Day of the Doctor]]'')]]
 
[[File:Fissurejpg.jpg|thumb|[[The Moment]] creating a time fissure, allowing the [[War Doctor]] to enter his future. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Day of the Doctor (TV story)|The Day of the Doctor]]'')]]
   
A person who stepped into a time fissure would become lost in time, ([[TV]]: ''[[Image of the Fendahl (TV story)|Image of the Fendahl]]'') although a fissure could be created to allow travel between specific times. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Day of the Doctor (TV story)|The Day of the Doctor]]'') They were often responsible for disappearances, as people accidentally wandered through them and got lost in time. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith (TV story)|The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith]]'')
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A person who stepped into a time fissure would become lost in time, ([[TV]]: ''[[Image of the Fendahl]]'') although a fissure could be created to allow travel between specific times. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Day of the Doctor]]'') They were often responsible for disappearances, as people accidentally wandered through them and got lost in time. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith]]'')
   
Places that were reputed to be [[ghost|haunted]] often had a time fissure nearby, which caused a [[time distortion]]. Growing up near a time fissure tended to enable one to develop [[psychic powers]] such as [[precognition]] and "[[clairvoyance|second sight]]". ([[TV]]: ''[[Image of the Fendahl (TV story)|Image of the Fendahl]]'')
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Places that were reputed to be [[ghost|haunted]] often had a time fissure nearby, which caused a [[time distortion]]. Growing up near a time fissure tended to enable one to develop [[psychic powers]] such as [[precognition]] and "[[clairvoyance|second sight]]". ([[TV]]: ''[[Image of the Fendahl]]'')
   
Fissures affected the space/time events around them, turning possibilities into tangible realities. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Time of the Daleks (audio story)|The Time of the Daleks]]'')
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Fissures affected the space/time events around them, turning possibilities into tangible realities. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Time of the Daleks]]'')
   
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
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A time fissure opened seven miles from the former site of [[Foxgrove]]; connecting [[London]] in [[2008]] to Foxgrove in [[1951]]. Sarah Jane Smith and her team investigated it and Sarah Jane used a device to open and close the fissure. When activated, the fissure manifested as a glowing portal through which people could pass. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith (TV story)|The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith]]'')
 
A time fissure opened seven miles from the former site of [[Foxgrove]]; connecting [[London]] in [[2008]] to Foxgrove in [[1951]]. Sarah Jane Smith and her team investigated it and Sarah Jane used a device to open and close the fissure. When activated, the fissure manifested as a glowing portal through which people could pass. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith (TV story)|The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith]]'')
   
The [[Dalek]]s in the Time Vortex deployed a [[Temporal Extinction Device]] within a time fissure. This caused instability. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Time of the Daleks (audio story)|The Time of the Daleks]]'')
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The [[Dalek]]s in the Time Vortex deployed a [[Temporal Extinction Device]] within the time fissure. This caused instability. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Time of the Daleks (audio story)|The Time of the Daleks]]'')
   
 
[[The Moment]] opened a time fissure to show to the [[War Doctor]] his future incarnations in an effort to stop him from destroying [[Gallifrey]]. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Day of the Doctor (TV story)|The Day of the Doctor]]'')
 
[[The Moment]] opened a time fissure to show to the [[War Doctor]] his future incarnations in an effort to stop him from destroying [[Gallifrey]]. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Day of the Doctor (TV story)|The Day of the Doctor]]'')
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