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Friday, April 20, 2018


“John quickly tapped his tablet a few times after a few moments he announced, “I have located a signal.” The officer’s jaw dropped, “How did you do that? We have been scanning for hours.” John casually explained, “Some tablets have an anti-theft device. When the tablet is turned off they give off a really weak short range signal on a specific frequency. The signals are powered by an internal battery and are intended to last a very long time. The purpose is for times like this, so the tablet can be located.”_Spidersilk the novel

Tuesday, April 17, 2018


Spidersilk the novel uses the multiverse to help weave an exciting story that keeps readers engaged and curious about the universe. In our own world, the multiverse is a hot topic within the science community. Although there is no solid evidence, many speculate that we are, in fact, living in a multiverse. More recently, Stephen Hawking published a paper, just ten days prior to his death, that discussed his thoughts on the multiverse in more detail. Time will tell where scientists choose to go with his paper, but for now we can all enjoy learning more about his amazing mind and a theory that could help bring us a few answers if pursued.
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Friday, April 13, 2018


“Mark, don’t worry. I like it better here, I wish you well, but I’ve moved on.” It was Tina, she is still alive! Well, sort of, somewhere in space and time.”_Spidersilk the novel

Tuesday, April 10, 2018


As we learned from Spidersilk the novel, spider silk can save lives and offers remarkable amounts of protection. We’ve recently discovered that spider silk can be grown in many ways. Although may scientist have figured how to make synthetic spider silk, there are still some programs where spider silk is grown. In one case, where spider silk is grown on tobacco leaves, scientist believe they may have found a cure for Ebola. This discovery could save millions of lives.
For more on this discovery, check out this link:
https://geneticliteracyproject.org/2018/03/29/fighting-ebola-with-tobacco-plants-bioengineered-to-produce-spider-silk/