Friday, January 13, 2017

“Suddenly, a loud hissing noise seemed to come from right behind him. Instantly, it seemed to stream to and fro all around him and his car, sort of like the wind. Even more surprising was when it seemed to talk.”_Spidersilk the novel

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Ready for the next big news about spider silk? Just when you thought things couldn’t be better in regards to research, you may be pleased to hear of the recent develop made in the UK. That is, spider silk that helps heal skin and delivers antibiotics to the body quickly. Things are looking good for the development of spider silk in 2017.
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Friday, January 6, 2017

“Mark escaped to the bathroom for a moment. He touched up his hair in the mirror, and was generally very detailed. Mark lifted a Mark Izh-70 weapon from under his arm; checked and cleaned it slightly. The teargas bullets were still intact.”_Spidersilk the novel

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

The main character in Spidersilk the novel, Mark, always seems to look incredible with his leather trench coat that almost seems to function like a part of his body. He’s also protected by spider silk, thanks to the spiders from another dimension that have his back. In our own reality, we will soon be combing both the chic style of a great jacket with the protection of spider silk. Japanese companies are working to use all vegan materials to create some of the warmest, water-proof and stylish jackets on the market. Best of all, these jackets won’t set you back as much as their leather or fabric counterparts. It’s just one thing to look forward to in 2017, especially if you’re loving the idea of having spider silk a part of your daily life.
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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