Friday, December 30, 2016

“Tia looked him directly in the eyes; her deep-green eyes seemed to flow like currents in the sun. Suddenly, she returned to her breakfast and attempted to fix it. ‘Ugh.”_Spidersilk the novel

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

In Spidersilk the novel, the main character, Mark, has the amazing ability to travel to parallel universes. Although scientist in our reality have mixed opinions on the idea of a multiverse, some believe that we not only live in a multiverse, but the different parallel universes actually communicate with each other. This can be seen throughout Spidersilk too, as we often find many similarities between Mark’s reality and our own.
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Friday, December 23, 2016

“Why do you make those things up in your video games? I mean, in the last video game you designed, a city called Olympia of the Pacific Northwest rather than the real city of Olympus on Lake Victoria. There were some things that were a little similar, yet it was nearly always rainy and it seemed to have too many evergreen trees around, in my opinion. Why lie like that? Why not simply call it Olympus? More like the real thing we live with?”_Tink in Spidersilk the novel

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

In Spidersilk the novel, the main character Mark fights off intruders while he engages in lucid dreams. In our reality, some companies believe they may be able to use lucid dreaming in order to get more work in during the night. By channeling certain areas of the brain, we may be asked to come up with new ideas as we sleep in the future. Of course, despite the work aspect of this company’s plans, being able to lucid dream would also allow anyone who engages in it to experience more out of life.
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Friday, December 16, 2016

“The Indian began to speak. ‘The one that seeks you is a dark one. He has issues with your silent sun.”_Spidersilk the novel

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Hyperspace is one of the coolest aspects of many science fiction stories, including Spidersilk the novel. However, we have yet to make traveling via hyperspace a reality. Luckily, some scientists are stating that proving string theory, or even the existence of other dimensions would be a huge step in the right direction. In fact, proving, or finding, more than the 4 dimensions we have all come to know, may be the trick that will change the way we get around for good. This development would mean harnessing it to travel and explore a world beyond our own neck of the woods at a speed that we can only see in the movies and our imaginations. 
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Friday, December 9, 2016

“She [Isis] might be here somewhere, according to his senses. Mark knelt down and placed his hand out toward the ground. A large spider emerged from under his shirt sleeve. Mark instructed it, “Go and locate Isis.” Mark made a brief sweep of the area then decided to visit her place instead.”_Spidersilk the novel

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Spider silk plays a huge role in protecting the main character, Mark, in Spidersilk the novel. This incredible substance is one of the more durable substances on the planet, so there’s no wonder why spiders were able to ensure Mark was safe as the intruders attacked him and his friends. In our own dimension, spider silk is finally making a name for itself. More recently, ADIDAS announced its new line of sneakers will use this material. This will not only make the future of sneakers more durable, but will also help bring a more eco-friendly design to the shoe industry.
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Friday, December 2, 2016

“Moments ago, I was in a board meeting. Sales of our explorer class are up 20 percent from last month, and it sounds like we are going to have some new clients! I presented it to Darkwaters, the underwater resource miners, and it was like selling itself. It felt like I was practically stealing the deal. The potential for so much profit was there.”_Jaul from Spidersilk the novel