[Recyclingwatch soon, but first, a few thoughts on one of the implications of "The Waters of Mars". Not that it wasn't a great story and all that, but following the implications of the Doctor's interpretation of the Dalek's behaviour through to its logical conclusion..]
(Scene: Davros' sanctum within the Crucible. A Dalek approaches)
Dalek: Um, excuse me, Davros?
Davros: Yes, what is it? Can't you see I've got a reality bomb to detonate and all of causality to throw into chaos?
Dalek: Um, well, you see, Davros... when I was down on Earth exterminatin' the population like you said and all... I saw this little girl. Name's Adelaide Brooks, and, um, it seems she's, like, a fixed point in time.
Davros: What are you talking about?
Dalek: See, if we kill her, then the future won't unfold like it's supposed to, and so we can't actually kill her.
Davros: Why the hell not?
Dalek: See, if we kill her now, then her death won't inspire her granddaughter to lead some sort of mission which will be the start of humans going out into space, and so the Daleks will never encounter humans and none of the events leading up to you and me being here will ever actually happen.
Davros: What?! But that means...
Dalek: Yeah, that this reality bomb scheme of yours is going to be somehow thwarted before it can do any lasting damage. Cos you can't destroy the Earth in 2009, otherwise Dalek history is screwed too.
Davros: And you've known this since when?
Dalek: Um, well, all along really. All of us have.
Davros: And nobody told me?
Dalek: Well, we sort of assumed you knew.
Davros: Ohhh.... Bollocks!
(Curtain. Davros wheels off to have a word with that little bastard Dalek Caan)