Novakcest

A collaborative universe created by callowyn and siterlas, starring Jimmy Novak and his twin brother Jacob Glaser as hunters plagued by destiny, and Kansas mechanic Dean Winchester as Castiel's vessel.

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Posts tagged "MIT era"

thegeminisage:

manimalcrossing:

I doodled some Jons and Jacques.

I like to think Jon suffers the burden that owning mischievous birdies bring. 

physics macaw

axilet:

tastefullyoffensive:

Such a majestic creature… [x]

physics macaw relaxes in the rain

physics macaw does not bathe. physics macaw UNLEASHES THE STORM GODS

"So geeking out about space travel is what does it for you, huh?" Jacob says afterward, before the stickiness becomes quite uncomfortable enough to get off the bed. "I knew there was an astrophysicist buried deep within that grubby biologist exterior."

"I think you’ll find the biologist is often buried deep within the astrophysicist," Kurt says, and Jacob punches him in the spleen on principle. Kurt laughs and ruffles Jacob’s hair—which, first of all, Jacob is not a kid no matter how many years or published scientific essays lie between them, and second of all, Jacob knows where that hand has been in the last half hour. Gross.

Kurt sighs and sits up, then hesitates on the edge of the bed. “I wanted to be an astronaut,” he says, and it doesn’t really sound like a joke but Jacob can’t see his face to be sure.

"Didn’t everyone?" Jacob says, thinking of the old dishwasher box he and Jimmy had run ragged across the backyard on their way to Mars.

Kurt stands up. “But here we are, eh?” And when Jacob follows him into the shower, they busy themselves with other things.

jerkameleon:

(via Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal)

Lower right!

filed under: comics Joseph emails to Jacob to annoy him

thetimetravelinggiraffe:

gabbysilang:

siterlas:

amonitrate:

I really want a talk show. Maybe an advice call in program. 

“Hello, God? My roommates are pissing me off and—”
“I have smote them. Next caller.”

“Hello, God? I’ve been feeling really guilty about this, and…and I think it’s time I owned up to you. I’ve been lying to everyone and I feeAAAAAAAGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHH-“
“Next caller.”

Novakcest version: Jacob pretends to be God. The Physics Macaw does all the different callers’ voices. 
“Hello, Jacob? Stop being a douche.”
“Dammit Physics Macaw I said no Jimmy-voice!”
“…”

thetimetravelinggiraffe:

gabbysilang:

siterlas:

amonitrate:

I really want a talk show. Maybe an advice call in program. 

“Hello, God? My roommates are pissing me off and—”

“I have smote them. Next caller.”

“Hello, God? I’ve been feeling really guilty about this, and…and I think it’s time I owned up to you. I’ve been lying to everyone and I feeAAAAAAAGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHH-“

“Next caller.”

Novakcest version: Jacob pretends to be God. The Physics Macaw does all the different callers’ voices. 

“Hello, Jacob? Stop being a douche.”

“Dammit Physics Macaw I said no Jimmy-voice!”

“…”

Jacob tries dating.

Jacob tries dating.

fat-birds:

Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, Royal Botanical Gardens, Sydney by BRJ INC. on Flickr.

No, please, Jacob, keep telling me about all your problems.  They’re fascinating.

(via fat-birds)

powderpastthegenitals:christinetheastrophysicist:

UCSD Physicist Uses Math to Beat Traffic Ticket

A physicist at the Univeristy of California San Diego used his knowledge of measuring bodies in motion to show in court why he couldn’t be guilty of a ticket for failing to halt at a stop sign. The argument, a four-page paper delving into the differences between angular and linear motion, got the physicist out of a $400 ticket. 

Read More.

Read his paper titled “The Proof of Innocence.”

Jacob’s not that bad of a driver, no matter what Jimmy would have you believe.

(via proofmathisbeautiful)

This is probably the most schmoop that Physics Macaw can muster up.

This is probably the most schmoop that Physics Macaw can muster up.