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 [personal profile] dialecticdreamer made this awesome bookmark as demifiction for the Schrodinger's Heroes series Don't Try This at Home.  TeJay is using this to keep his place in a library book.

The Mix It Up at Lunch project is a real activity designed by Teaching Tolerance.  There are lots of resources on the site explaining how it works.
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This poem was prompted by [personal profile] dialecticdreamer and is posted here as barter for a presentation on how to handle soup fights, which will appear later. It also fills the "WILD CARD: family" square in my 3-6-14 card for the [community profile] origfic_bingo fest. It belongs to the Don't Try This at Home series in the Schrodinger's Heroes project, following the story "Don't Try This at Home."

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[personal profile] dialecticdreamer commissioned this story as an extension of the Don't Try This at Home series in the Schrodinger's Heroes project; it will make more sense if you've read the earlier installments, including the new poem "Moving Through the Water."  It also fills the "competent" square in my 5-22-14 card for the [community profile] origfic_bingo fest and the "heart on sleeve" square in my 6-1-14 card for the [community profile] genprompt_bingo fest.

WARNING: This story covers Eric's apology to TeJay for bullying him, so it contains some intense feelings and conversations. If these are sensitive issues for you, it's prudent to make sure you're in a steady frame of mind should you decide to read it.

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 [personal profile] chanter_greenie has posted a timeline of the stories in the Orange!verse series.  This belongs to the Schrodinger's Heroes project, but a different dimension than the one I customarily write in (which is the Scarlet!verse).  I deliberately designed the series to facilitate crossovers and divergences, so I was thrilled to see this storyline emerge -- and it also deals with a lot of sociopolitical issues relevant to our world.  Currently there are 6 items posted that you can read, 6 available for sponsorship, and 3 in progress.  If you enjoy my Schrodinger's Heroes stuff, take a look at this too; you'll probably enjoy it.
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This poem came out of the June 3, 2014 Poetry Fishbowl. It was inspired by a prompt from [personal profile] technoshaman. It also fills the "traveling" square in my 5-22-14 card for the [community profile] origfic_bingo fest. This poem has been sponsored by Anthony & Shirley Barrette. It belongs to the Schrodinger's Heroes project.

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This poem was a commission for [personal profile] dialecticdreamer and is presented here in barter for her poem "Childish and Foolish." It fills the "waterboarding" square on my 6-10-13 card for the [community profile] hc_bingo fest and the "first kiss" square on my 5-22-14 card for the [community profile] origfic_bingo fest. This poem belongs to the Schrodinger's Heroes project. It is a prequel to the story "Don't Try This at Home."

WARNING: The following poem contains intense topics which may disturb some viewers. Highlight to read the warnings, which are also spoilers. A happy interracial relationship is interrupted by bigoted hazing. Teen boys emulate waterboarding which they have seen on TV. Unsurprisingly this results in PTSD.   If you're not sure whether you want to read this poem, [personal profile] dialecticdreamer is willing to discuss it without spoilers so you can make a more informed decision.

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This story was inspired by [personal profile] dialecticdreamer who sponsored the "waterboarding" square on my 6-10-13 card for the [community profile] hc_bingo fest. It belongs to the Schrodinger's Heroes project, taking place after the unscreened episodes.  There is a related poem, "Sloppy and Wet," which details the original incident.

WARNING: The following warnings are spoilers, and also very intense.  This poem is about extreme racism, bullying, and waterboarding, followed by the aftermath as one of the perpetrators is tormented by what he's done and therefore seeks advice on how to make up for it. The story does end on a relatively hopeful note, though.  If these are sensitive issues for you, carefully consider whether you want to read this.  Please make sure you're in a steady mindstate before clicking through.  (Special thanks to [personal profile] dialecticdreamer for offering to answer questions about the story from folks who aren't positive whether or not they want to read it.)

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This story was inspired by [personal profile] dialecticdreamer who sponsored the "teaching / learning" square on my 3-30-14 card for the [community profile] cottoncandy_bingo fest. It belongs to the Schrodinger's Heroes project, taking place shortly after the unaired episode "Why Pat's Not at Work."

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This poem came out of the October 2, 2012 Poetry Fishbowl. It was inspired by prompts from Marina Bonomi and LiveJournal user Siege. It belongs to the series Schrodinger's Heroes.

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This poem came out of the September 6, 2011 Poetry Fishbowl. It was inspired by a prompt from [personal profile] meeks. It has been sponsored by [personal profile] timescaper. This poem belongs to the project Schrodinger's Heroes.

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This is the theme song for Schrodinger's Heroes,  so there are two parts, one for opening credits and one for closing. It has been sponsored by [personal profile] timescaper.

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Thanks to a donation, I made time to upgrade the Schrodinger's Heroes  menu page, porting it over to my writing website.  

This is the main menu page which describes the project.  The canon page has links to the background materials.  The fanon page has links to trivia and content such as fiction and poetry.  New to the project?  "Start Here" recommends some items that are earlier or easier to understand.
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You can now read the story "Cat's in the Cradle" by[personal profile] chanter_greenie.  This is the latest Orange!Verse story in Schrodinger's Heroes,  about Kendra's early explorations with illicit radio broadcasts.
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You can now read the story "Local Interference" by [personal profile] chanter_greenie.  This is the fourth in the Orange!Verse series of Schrodinger's Heroes.  It's dark and fierce and strong.  Warning for pretty serious schoolyard violence.
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You can now read the story "Local Interference" by [personal profile] chanter_greenie.  This is the fourth in the Orange!Verse series of Schrodinger's Heroes.  It's dark and fierce and strong.  Warning for pretty serious schoolyard violence.
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 ... now has a trailer.  It's a pretty cool trailer.  That bit at the end -- "Don't touch Lola." -- is anyone else reminded of Scarlett in Schrodinger's Heroes?  That could make a freaky crossover.
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A while back, someone raised the topic of religion in Schrodinger's Heroes. This matter is not addressed much in canon, just hinted at based on various people's relationship with their home culture(s). However, diversity is part of the base premise, so that means religious diversity must follow along with ethnic and sexual diversity.  

Also worth noting is that Three Weeks for Dreamwidth marks the anniversary of Schrodinger's Heroes, which I launched in 2011.  It's come a long way since then -- most notably, the "imaginary fandom" has turned into a very real following, and there are now several folks contributing content.

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This story belongs to the Schrodinger's Hulk series, a crossover between Hulk and Schrodinger's Heroes.  It is a sequel to "Safe Keeping" and "Two Spirits, One Past." It fills the "virginfic / secretly a virgin" square in my card for the [community profile] trope_bingo fest.

This casts the Hulk from The Avengers. So it doesn't match up exactly with the various Hulk movies, and Bruce Banner is played by Mark Ruffalo. The first story in the series goes into alternate-universe mode after the lab accident while Bruce is running from General Ross but before Bruce meets any of the Avengers.

The Schrodinger's Heroes, project features an apocryphal television show supported by an imaginary fandom. It's science fiction about quantum physics and saving the world from alternate dimensions. It features a very mixed cast in terms of ethnicity and sexual orientation. This project developed with input from multiple people, and it's open for everyone to play in. You can read more about the background, the characters, and a bunch of assorted content on the menu page.

Format: Fiction
Title: "For the Very First Time"
Fandom: Hulk/Schrodinger's heroes
Summary: Having traveled into another dimension, Bruce Banner meets up with Dr. Ross. It's complicated -- but that's okay.
Required Warnings: No standard warnings apply.

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I have sponsored two poems by [personal profile] thesilentpoet.  "Best Intentions" belongs to her 64-squared  setting, and explains how Gilbert Rome became immortal.  "New Beginnings" belongs to Schrodinger's Heroes  and reveals some of male!Morgan's feelings about leaving his home dimension.  There are still a few other poems available for sponsorship.

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