Tuesday, September 29, 2015

In Spidersilk the novel, the concept of the multi-verse plays a huge role in the story. Like, Spidersilk, scientist have been toying around with the concept of a multi-verse for quite some time. Although many believe it to be true, there’s still doubt surrounding the idea for many. All the same, recently scientists revealed that they may have found a way to test the actual theory! For more information on this exciting development, check out this article: http://www.sciencealert.com/the-parallel-universe-theory-is-not-just-maths-it-s-science-that-can-be-tested

Friday, September 25, 2015

Mark noticed Mairis approaching. Her long now-black locks of shiny hair moved in a slightly yet smooth-flowing fashion while her short black dress hugged her curves, allowing a little imagination as she streamed toward them. As she got closer, Mark could not help but recognize similarity to Tia._Spidersilk the novel

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Quantum Entanglement is part of the story of Spidersilk. Scientists are only beginning to wake up and smell this one. You just wait.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

In Spidersilk the novel, the multi-verse plays a huge role in the story line. With intruders coming in from another dimension and the main character’s, Mark, own video game design, the idea of a multi-verse brings the story to a whole new level of awesome. Multi-verses are used often in sci-fi, to help gain more from one story line. For instance, more recently, DC Comics has been churning out alternate universes like crazy. With Spider Gwen’s recent release, it’s exciting to see the new worlds unfolding. For more on the introduction of multi-verses into a storyline check out this link:

Friday, September 18, 2015

“The sliding doors opened, and Mark looked up; it was Isis. She waltzed in; her shimmering black hair bounced yet seemed to stick together in near unison. Her bright-green leather jacket tightly gripped her upper body and matched quite nicely with her darker yet still-green skirt, which tightly bounced around her knees.” - Spidersilk the novel

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

In Spidersilk the novel, the main character Mark encounters spiders that are as large as Playstations. Although these spiders were in another dimension, there are actually a few spiders in our world that get this large. For instance, the Goliath Bird-Eating tarantula has a body that can reach up to a foot long! It’s no surprise, its fangs can be up to a full inch. The Huntsman spider is another prime example of a large and charge arachnid that could have easily protected Mark from the intruders. To see some of the largest known spiders in our dimension, check out this link:

Friday, September 11, 2015

"You have plenty of funds on hand, though, don’t you? I doubt you’re shakin’ in your boots!” - Ben in Spidersilk the novel

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Literature, especially sci-fi, has proved to make great predictions for the future. From technology to discoveries, you’d be surprised as to how many major discoveries come from classic works of fiction. Of course, Spidersilk the novel is filled with interesting technological devices as well as tid bits from other dimensions. Which element of the novel would you like to see in the future?
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Sunday, September 6, 2015

"...To me, they are real places, real threads in another dimension. Most real things have a design phase. It’s a tough job, yet someone’s got to do it." - Mark from Spidersilk the novel
...he drifted off to the state of mind known as sleep where he found himself on a gigantic walking street during a nice sunny day. - Spidersilk the novel

Saturday, September 5, 2015

"Yeah, it’s a Web hosting service, a cheap one too . . . matching the Web site. They don’t even design their own Web site, much less host and manage their own Web site. All that Internet technology too complicated for them?" - Garrick from Spidersilk the novel
Her feet were covered by heelless black leather shoes that sort of wrapped around her feet, making them look like a second skin, with a neon-green atomic symbol on the side. - Spidersilk the novel

Friday, September 4, 2015

Fun Fact: Spidersilk is five times stronger than silk and is very dense because it doesn’t have a lot of proteins.

Thursday, September 3, 2015

“Tina? To what end is the sky falling?” - Mark from Spidersilk the novel

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

The main character from Spidersilk the novel, is actually protected by spiders and their spider silks, which he sees by accessing his third eye. Spider silk is known to be one of the strongest substances around, but scientist recently figured out how to create spiders that spin a super silk. In Fact, this spider silk is 3.5 times stronger than that which occurs nartually. For more on this silk, check out this page: http://mentalfloss.com/article/63842/researchers-created-spiders-spin-super-silk