Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Spider silk is used to help keep the main character, Mark, in Spidersilk the novel safe. Spider silk is one of the strongest materials on our planet, so it is easy to see how these Playstation sized spiders were able to help out from another dimension. Now, scientists are working to make spider silk even stronger. In Italy, they are giving three species of spider water infused with graphene, which has proven to make the silk even stronger.
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Friday, August 25, 2017

“Mark’s tablet announced he had a text, and Mark picked it up. ‘No go on the blind people connection. No trace of them.”_Spidersilk the novel
“The smooth lines on Ramses’ face did not make him appear old. His skin folded in a way that made his face look chiseled and refined, like a block of stone come to life.”_Spidersilk the novel

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

If you’ve read Spidersilk the novel, then you know the multiverse plays a major role in the plot. In our own world, the multiverse is heavily discussed and debated. It often seems more of a modern debate though. However, scientists have found research from the 13th century that proves the multiverse has been discussed for centuries now. Back then, it caused a lot of controversy with religion back then, which is why the information may not have been more popular.
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Friday, August 18, 2017

“Mark intently scrutinized the room, especially where it seemed the voice’s audio was coming from. However, it could have been on the other side of the crème colored wall and Mark could find nothing to indicate anything was unusual. However, he did find new satisfaction in the wall pattern which had a lightly painted green gradient grid pattern in a sort of curved three-dimensional fashion overlaying the crème wall.”_Spidersilk the novel

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Every day, we remember many things that we think to be true. However, sometimes we wind up finding out that what we remembered wasn’t actually what happened. Even stranger, we share the same false memories as strangers. This can be written off as pure coincidental, but many know this as the Mandela Effect. This can be attributed to a leak in the universe, which causes us to remember things from a parallel universe. This only brings more evidence to the table that we live in a multiverse, just like the characters in Spidersilk the novel do.
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Friday, August 11, 2017

“It barely affected Mark who was thinking, wrong move. Slamming the ground, large energy waves echoed towards the “ghosts.” The waves reached the “ghosts” and shredded them in a misty substance that landed on the ground lifelessly.”_Spidersilk the novel

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

In Spidersilk the novel, the main character Mark is protected from a group of spiders in another dimension. In our own world, the military is testing armor made out of the amazing substance of spider silk. It is amazing to think how many attacks Mark’s spiders warded off with their amazing silk. Soon, we will be able to see just how protective the silk is in our own realm.
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Tuesday, August 1, 2017

We haven’t even scratched the surface of the universe, but there are always exciting new developments when it comes to space. In Spidersilk the novel, the main character Mark manages to whip through hyperspace in order to defeat his foes. Although we don’t have this technology, we are getting closer to figuring out if we are alone in this universe. From life on other planets to parallel universes, the mysteries are there but science is slowly making progress. More recently, scientists determined we may not be as alone as we think we are.
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