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« on: June 26, 2011, 04:26:27 pm »

I agree, although I assume you'd have to get some rights to use the existing symbols as a basis, but the creation of a new fixed language that could be used in Doctor Who for the next several centuries (yeah, it's run almost 50 years, I expect it to run for a few hundred more!) would be awesome.

I do have a couple of Klingon dictionaries, and have learned some of Tolkein's elvish (language and script) and dwarven runes.  If complex new languages can be created for Lord of the Rings, and even Star Trek, then why not Doctor Who?!?

Good point there... To the BBC! (how exactly do you contact BBC?)
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