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Masterlist!

A/N- Hello! It’s occurred to me that I haven’t yet posted a masterlist (which is crazy, I’ve had this blog since June), and after a request (shoutout to whoever you are anon❤️), I decided that it was finally time. So, without further adieu, please enjoy bluespoonwagner’s masterlist! I hope to post an updated version twice as long real soon😉.  So keep sending requests!

Imagines

•“Kiss Me” [Charles Xavier x Reader]

•Jealous [Charles Xavier x Reader]

•“This is Right,” [Charles Xavier x Reader]

•“But, in Ze Circus…” [Kurt Wagner x Reader]

•Captured [Kurt Wagner x Reader]

•Bullied [Kurt Wagner x Reader]

•Angel Wings [Kurt Wagner x Reader]

•Black Wings [Kurt Wagner x Reader]

•Self Conscious [Kurt Wagner x Plus Size Reader]

•Tail pt. 1 [Kurt Wagner x Reader]

•Tail pt. 2 [Kurt Wagner x Reader]

•Tail pt. 3 [Kurt Wagner x Reader]

•Electrokinetic [Kurt Wagner x Reader]

•Scars [Kurt Wagner x Reader]

•Self Harm [Kurt Wagner x Reader]

•Fluff [Kurt Wagner x Reader]

•“I Love You,” [Scott Summers x Reader]

•Best Friends [Scott Summers x Reader]

•RIP Alex [Scott Summers]

•Movie Date [Iain De Caestecker x Reader]

•Perfect [Iain De Caestecker x Reader]

•I’m Not Okay [Warren Worthington III x Reader]

•Jet Black Heart [Warren Worthington III x Reader]

•Pregnant [Warren Worthington III x Reader]

•Chapstick [Warren Worthington III x Reader]

•Happy [Levi Stewart x Reader]

•Old Friends [Erik Lehnsherr x Reader]

•The Real You [Hank McCoy x Reader]

Perfect [Peter Maximoff x Reader]

•The Real You [Peter Maximoff x Reader]

•Cuddles [Sean Cassidy x Reader]


Headcanons

•Warren Worthington III [Relationship Headcanons]

•Warren Worthington III [Jealous Headcanons]

•Warren Worthington III [nsfw Headcanons]

•Warren Worthington III [Wing Kink Headcanons]

•Charles Xavier [Sad/Depressed/Anxious s/o Headcanons]

•Charles Xavier [Kink Headcanons]

•Charles Xavier [Virgin Reader Headcanons]

•Kurt Wagner [Sick/Injured Headcanons]

Kurt Wagner [Jealous Headcanons]

•Kurt Wagner [Father Headcanons]

Kurt Wagner [Crushing Headcanons]

•Kurt Wagner [Friendship Headcanons]

•Kurt Wagner [Kink Headcanons]

•Scott Summers [Sick/Injured Headcanons]

•Scott Summers [Fluffy Headcanons]

•Scott Summers [Sad Reader Headcanons]

•John Allerdyce [nsfw Headcanons]

•John Allerdyce [nsfw Headcanons]

•John Allerdyce [Father Headcanons]

•Michael Gray [Relationship Headcanons]

•Michael Gray [nsfw Headcanons]

•Sean Cassidy [nsfw] Headcanons]

•Erik Lehnsherr [Angry Headcanons]

•Erik Lehnsherr [Jealous Headcanons]

•Erik Lehnsherr [Sad Reader Headcanons]

•X-Men [Winter Headcanons]



Smut

Professor pt. 1 [Charles Xavier x Reader]

•Professor pt. 2 [Charles Xavier x Reader]

•Professor pt. 3 [Charles Xavier x Reader]

•Thinking ‘Bout You [Charles Xavier x Reader]

•A Little Loud [Kurt Wagner x Reader]

•Jealous [Kurt Wagner x Reader]

•Dominant Kurt [Kurt Wagner x Reader]

•Destress [Alex Summers x Reader]

•After Dinner [John Allerdyce x Reader]

•Sexual Tension [Scott Summers x Reader]

•Insecurities [Sean Cassidy x Reader]

•Issues [Castiel x Reader]


Moodboards

•Max Thieriot

•Emma Frost

•Peter Maximoff

effyeahjoebiden  asked:

So is the crown splash the curving wave of water on either side of the tire, the spikes of water in the middle behind the tire, or both? And is the Worthington jet also the same phenomenon that can happen with a massive meteorite impact?

Here the term “crown splash” refers to the curving sheets of water spreading on either side of the tire. Those liquid sheets (or lamella) break down at the edges into spikes and droplets just like the ones seen when a drop falls into a pool, which is the traditional source of the term “crown splash” because it resembles a crown.

And, yes, enormous meteor impacts can create Worthington jets (that column of fluid that pops up after a droplet impacts)! This is why some craters have peaks in the middle. There are actually some surprising similarities between meteor impacts and fluid dynamics.

(Image credits: S. Reckinger et al., original post)

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Reader ancientavian asks:

I’ve often noticed that, when water splashes (especially as with raindrops or other forms of spray), often it appears that small droplets of water skitter off on top of the larger surface before rejoining the main body. Is this an actual phenomenon, or an optical illusion? What causes it?

That’s a great observation, and it’s a real-world example of some of the physics we’ve talked about before. When a drop hits a pool, it rebounds in a little pillar called a Worthington jet and often ejects a smaller droplet. This droplet, thanks to its lower inertia, can bounce off the surface. If we slow things way down and look closely at that drop, we’ll see that it can even sit briefly on the surface before all the air beneath it drains away and it coalesces with the pool below. But that kind of coalescence cascade typically happens in microseconds, far too fast for the human eye. 

But it is possible outside the lab to find instances where this effect lasts long enough for the eye to catch. Take a look at this video. Here Destin of Smarter Every Day captures some great footage of water droplets skittering across a pool. They last long enough to be visible to the naked eye. What’s happening here is the same as the situation we described before, except that the water surface is essentially vibrating! The impacts of all the multitude of droplets create ripples that undulate the water’s surface continuously. As a result, air gets injected beneath the droplets and they skate along above the surface for longer than they would if the water were still. (Video credit: SuperSloMoVideos)