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    Default Static electricity and the Daleks

    So, if you remember, the Daleks need static electricity to work, first mentioned in the 1963 episode "The Daleks". But what if the Daleks are on other planets that don't have the right physics to accurately detect static electricity?

    So, I have a theory: can the Daleks have certain energy sources from the Dalekenium? Can the Daleks even have backup vaults inside their eggs / balls / those lumpy Dalek things. And who are they anyway? What do you all think?

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    An interesting question, we need to think about it

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