Void - part 9

Series summary: Reader has lost her memory and Sam and Dean try to find a way to get her life back.

Summary, part 9: Heureka!

Characters/pairing: Reader x Dean, Sam, Crowley, Cas

Word count: ~3073

Warnings: The usual for the series: angst, fluff, language + canon-typical violence and (minor) injuries.

Author’s note: Part 9. We’re on the home stretch now guys! Hope you’re ready for the final spurt - the very last part comes tomorrow!

If you need catching up, previous parts are here: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. (And my masterlist here.)

Tags are at the end. Now this series is almost over, if any on the Void tags wants to hear from me even after this, send me an ask or a message - there’s plenty of room on the forever list!

You woke up sometime after noon the next day and stared at the ceiling for a while. Last night you had laid in bed for a long time, analyzing every word Dean had said, every look and every touch. Was there something there or did I just imagine the whole thing? You couldn’t be sure, but now, in the daylight, you decided it was nothing. Just a too long dry spell on the male front, I must be projecting all that to Dean. He’s just being a friend and that’s all. You silenced every opposing thought and convinced yourself that was all you were feeling too.

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Penrose tilings are non-periodic tilings, generated by an aperiodic set of prototiles, implying that a shifted copy of a Penrose tiling will never match the original. They are named after Roger Penrose, the mathematician and physicist who investigated these sets in the 1970s.

These tilings have some remarkable properties, apart from aesthetically pleasing:

  • Non-periodicity, meaning it lacks any translational symmetry.
  • Self-similarity, meaning the same patterns occur at larger and larger scales.

In the top image, you see Roger Penrose himself in the foyer of the Mitchell Institute Building at Texas A&M University, standing on a Penrose tiling.

The main plaza of the Finnish Heureka science museum is paved with a Penrose tiling of kites and darts.

If you’re interested in the question why this 5-fold rotational symmetrical patterns are aperiodic, you should check out the crystallographic restriction theorem: for every discrete isometry group in two- and three-dimensional space (mapping every point to a discrete subset, i.e. a set of isolated points) which includes translations spanning the whole space, all isometries of finite order are of order 1, 2, 3, 4 or 6. The finite orders in higher dimensions are restricted as well: in four- and five-dimensional space, one can only find finite orders 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 and 12. In six and seven dimensions, possible finite orders are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 15, 18, 20, 24 or 30.

sourpastels  asked:

ahhhh kaya i am reading through the au list and I'll probably send you a couple more prompts if that's cool? Buuut for now jerejean road trip au or friends with benefits au? bc i can not choose

thats so cool shannnon you dont even know how cool that is send me all the promts

SO FRIENDS W/ BENEFITS bc im feeling that okay 

  • it all starts one night when they get home from movie night/victory celebrations/random saturday evening with the team and are both slightly drunk and jeremy just slurrs “man i could use a blowjob right now” 
  • and they just,,,dont stop 
  • literally take all the tropes, its here 
  • “professor can i go to the bathroom?” “…Professor i need to go to the bathroom too.” (its a suspiciously long bathroom break)
  • oh look a broom closet how convenient 
  • *texts* [eggplant emoji] ? (only jeremy does that its beneath jeans honour)
  • until the fateful day where jean starts dating and calls it off 
  • (i originally had jeremy there but i feel like thats too predictable idek man)
  • (in lack of creativity for another OC right now) jean is with renee and the thing is, the thing is 
  • jeremy likes renee, he adores renee, she is nice and sweet and everything jean deserves
  • but he sees them together or he overhears jean talking to her on the phone 
  • and theres this knife in his chest that’s getting twisted everytime
  • and at first he thinks that its just because jean has someone know but he doesnt and he needs to date too
  • but after a few disastrous one night stands and dates he realizes that the problem is that jean has somebody that is not jeremy 
  • and jeremy just falls into a deep hole of “hell fucking no
  • ofc he sees that jean and renee are happy, things are good the way there are (well for everyone except him) so he sure as hell wont interfere
  • he isolates himself from jean and ditches team things 
  • one time at practice alvarez makes a good-natured joke about how jean and jeremy never sneak off together anymore (ofc they knew)
  • and jeremy shoots a deathglare and a sharp “thats none of your business” her way before leaving the court
  • jean is going crazy because he doesnt know whats wrong 
  • (he originally called it off because he was developing feelings and he thought that jeremy wouldnt want their thing to become like that and he didnt want to lose jeremy and n ow He s lo s I n ´g h i M??)
  • those poor unfortunate idiots smh 
  • they need someone to save them tbh 
  • our lord and saviour, renee walker 
  • she’s over for a weekend and she talks to laila about whats wrong with jeremy and laila explains the thing and renee understands 
  • and she sits jean down and talks facts with him 
  • biggest fucking heureka moment in the beans life 
  • and after dramatic developments, possibly a near death experience, lots of tears, a violent rainfall they get their happy end and they kiss and everyone is happy thanky you very much
  • this is the plot of 98389295 chickflicks 

send me a pairing/group/fandom and a setting!

I found it!

For years a scene from a TV show has been haunting me and today I found it. In the scene a girl tells another girl that the alphabet should be …OPRSTUVWQXYZ because then “P would come right after R which would be so sexy!” I had that sentence and that scene stuck in my mind for years and years and I just couldn’t remember where I saw it. 

The Answer: Felicity, Season 1, Episode 2, minute 6:11-6:39.