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Tuesday, May 31, 2016

In Spidersilk the novel, the main character Mark is a video game a designer. Much like our own dimension, videogames played a big role in the culture for Mark and his friends. The similarities here are fun to admire, as is looking to the future of videogames. Of course, it’s always nice to take a step back and remember the past. Recently, Gamasutra brought up the memory of one of the first video game tournaments for Spacewar, way back in 1972.
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Sunday, May 29, 2016

"Kara, the way you handled the plate suggests it may be magnetically attracted to you or that you are handling it via quantum entanglement." - Mark from Spidersilk

Friday, May 27, 2016

“Jeff, look up John Cords and Chris Vocal. It is a bit off that these people have very limited history available. See if you can find anything further. Garrick, don’t you think Applied Dynamics Web site is a bit cookie-cutterish?”_Spidersilk the novel

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

In this day and age, Spider silk is making leaps and bounds in the world of science. In the novel, Spidersilk, it is used to help protect the main character from the intruders who aim to harm him. However, in our own world, spider silk is becoming quite the phenomenon. More recently, scientist learned to make wire based off of spider silk, which could lead to replication and mass production in no time. Imagine a world filled with spider silk products!
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Friday, May 20, 2016

“Suddenly, Mark noticed some strange pain in his head. Like a head ache he had never experienced before. A black mist descended over his eyes and Mark began to swerve, struggling to maintain control of the vehicle he released the accelerator. Barely missing an oncoming vehicle, Mark reflexively swerved to the side of the road, Mark slammed on the breaks. “_Spidersilk the novel

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Spidersilk the novel has many great concepts in it. For instance, the idea of traveling from one point to another using a worm hole is prominent. Technology also plays a strong part in the book. Both of the concepts are prominent in our own world, even if we struggle with them at times. Recently, scientists have seen a connection between the two. In fact, the science behind wormholes may help us work our way through problems wie have with computer tech!
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Friday, May 13, 2016

“The shuttle resumed smooth flight until suddenly jolting and jerking with force. ‘What the heck is that?’ John is the first to respond this time.  Dacian was already on it and trying to brace himself as he stumbled toward the flight control area. After a few moments he returned. ‘A freak storm appeared out of nowhere. I mean it was not on radar and then it was suddenly right in front of us.”_Spidersilk the novel

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

In Spidersilk the novel, the main character experiences many instances of lucid dreaming. Although this concept may sound fantastic, it’s actually a real process that many people experience every day. These days, there’s even apps designed to help people lucid dream. Before we know, lucid dreaming may become more mainstream as new devices are created to make it easier to do.
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Friday, May 6, 2016

“First thing we need to do is find something about them and secure ourselves against attacks, possibly teach people who may be spying for them a lesson.’ Mark smiled in agreement while examining his hand. ‘We need to find any moles. Pay special attention to anything would suggest it.”_Spidersilk the novel

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Mark Khiop, in Spidersilk the novel, uses hyperspace to travel with ease. Although hyperspace travel is just a glimmer in the eyes of scientists, there has been research that suggests that it may one day be possible for us. However, scientists are struggling with some concepts, like how to find a black hole going to a specific area. Despite some problems, they have figured out that placing a dense object in front of a space shuttle may be the way to travel without fear of the hole closing in on you. This news alone is exciting and could show that sci-fi writers have had more insight into hyperspace travel due to the designs of many space ships in films like Star Wars. You never know, in our lifetime we could be moving towards traveling just like Mark did in the novel.
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