“Standing at the door, resting his primary weight on one leg, Ramses was wearing a shimmering black vinyl jacket with neon-green stripes, a black pinstriped pair of shimmering dress pants, and a shiny green rayon top, having a brass zipper partially unzipped. Ramses removed his designer sunglasses and said, ‘How is it, my friend!”_Spidersilk the novel
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
A few weeks ago, we brought up the discovery of gravitational waves, which just so happen to be a part of Einstein’s theory of general relativity. At the time, scientists were pretty excited, but couldn’t consider the gravitational waves real astrology just in case the first discovery ended up being a fluke. Luckily, this week more gravitational waves were discovered, which will soon help us discover more about the universe. Perhaps, we will even learn more about the multi-verse?
For more on the second discovery and what it means, check out this link:
Friday, June 24, 2016
Friday, June 17, 2016
“I could tell it was a peregrine by the marking around its eye. I tried yelling at it to get help. I even tried sign language. Out of frustration, I focused and charged the window, slamming against it with unusual strength. It actually cracked and broke revealing a second window an inch away.”_Isis from Spidersilk the novel
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
If you’re a video game fan, like the main character of Spidersilk, Mark, then you’ll probably love hearing that action video games can actually make you smarter. For years, scientists have insisted that they help improve your hand and eye coordination, but recently it revealed that it gets your brain going too. This would partially explain how Mark ended up so clever.
For more on this development, check out this link:
Friday, June 10, 2016
Tuesday, June 7, 2016
In Spidersilk the novel, the main character develops games that are a lot like reality. In fact, some of the names he uses even mirror the names we have in our own world. Recently, an interview with a famous game designer was published, which talked about the chances of our own reality being nothing more than a game. Of course, this is a 1 in billions chance, but the idea is quite fascinating.
For more on this concept, check out this link: