Fandom: Doctor Who
Word Count: ~1.5K
Disclaimer: I own nothing. Seriously.
Rating/Warnings: PG-13, minor swearing, violence, and gore. Spoilers for pretty much everything.
Author's Note: The Many-Worlds Interpretation is one of my pet quantum theories: "Everett's Many-Worlds interpretation has implications beyond the quantum level. If an action has more than one possible outcome, then -- if Everett's theory is correct -- the universe splits when that action is taken. This holds true even when a person chooses not to take an action." [x]
Summary: There’s only so much about Amelia Pond that can be explained by a tear in time and space.
Amy Pond, “The Wedding of River Song”
I wish I could tell you that you'll be loved. That you'll be safe and cared for and protected. But this isn't the time for lies.
Amy Pond, “A Good Man Goes to War”
Amelia Pond hasn't lived here in a long time.
Amy Pond, “The Eleventh Hour”
How can I remember them if they never existed?
Amy Pond, “The Big Bang”
It's you. It's all about you. Everything. It's about you.
The Doctor, “Flesh and Stone”
The Many-Worlds of Amelia Pond
( Amy Pond’s life never made sense. )