“How’s my friend from across space-time? Did you search the news for activity with blind people? I am thinking of repeating patterns that link to our…uh…interesting intruders.”_Mark in Spidersilk the novel

There’s been a whole lot of potential discoveries in the universe this year. Last year, scientist discovered something they believed could be a 5th force of nature and just recently it was revealed that this hypothesis is being put to the test and passing with flying colors. This could really change the way we see the universe soon and may even lead to more discoveries about other dimensions. Before we know it, the world of Spidersilk the novel could seem even more like our own world.
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Black holes play a major role in many sci-fi films and books. Although black holes are a bit of a mystery to us, there’s many theories behind them including dimension travel. Despite not know more about black holes, this year scientists discovered the largest black hole yet. Currently, this black hole seems to be in a food coma, which may make it easier for scientist to observe for a longer period of time.
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“Ok, so let me get this correct. The sensors detect all sorts of things that are sort of normal yet should not be in that location, and they do not detect things that are there?”_Chris in Spidersilk the novel

“He lay on his bed, and his mind meandered, shifting into the state of sleep. Mark found himself sitting on a couch, watching television.”_Spidersilk the novel 

Spidersilk the novel is filled with an exciting plot that involves the multi-verse. In the story, the main character, Mark, is able to travel to parallel universe, which is pretty awesome. The multi-verse has been a huge curiosity for many scientists over the years, so you can imagine the news buzzing in the science department about a potential multiverse that has collided with our own universe. You’ll want to check out more on this awesome development, so check out this link! http://www.blastr.com/2015-11-5/scientists-may-have-just-found-proof-parallel-universe-leaking-our-own?utm_campaign=trueAnthem:+Trending+Content&utm_content=57a4478304d3017e85bed56b&utm_medium=trueAnthem&utm_source=facebook

“I would go after her if I didn’t know she was currently located in the morgue. I’ll look into the possibility of her essence still being around. Hopefully, she is birthed into a better hereafter.” Mark in Spidersilk the novel

Mark, the main character in Spidersilk the novel, easily travels between dimensions in the multiverse. In our own world, this isn’t a possibility yet. In fact, in our own universe, we’re not even sure what the multiverse is. It could be a series of universes just like our own, or they could be so different that even our imagination couldn’t fathom what they are. It’s certainly fascinating.
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“The house had large golden concrete blocks that appeared to be three stories high even though it actually was only two. The large glass door was tinted, having a faded bronze handle, purposely looking very old even though it was fairly new.”_Spidersilk the novel

In Spidersilk the novel, the main character Mark has a special way with the multi-verse. In our own world, we can’t travel dimensions and so on, but we are making some pretty awesome strides. In fact, recently they believed that scientists actually sent beams back in time. This could really change science as we know it, which is pretty awesome.


“The news immediately started playing while Mark grabbed a scoop of espresso. The aroma of the espresso mixed with Mark’s natural masculinity and the still-fresh carpet smell, which had been there since he had the carpets cleaned.”_Spidersilk the novel

Crows are fascinating animals that have many legends and symbolism definitions behind them. In Spidersilk the novel, crows make several appearances in the novel. They help mark the presence of others, while also calling attention to Mark’s presence. In one legend, it talks about how crows have no sense of time or space, which makes them great messengers, particularly because they can often see the future.
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“Your friend Ramses has some nice things. He should keep them better guarded. Not to worry, I’ll be leaving. I had the displeasure of meeting your friendly spiders.’ Mark thought to himself, What the? My spiders? Ha, hopefully they beat the crap out of him.”_Spidersilk the novel

There’s been a whole lot of buzz about the multiverse this year, which always brings up excitement in science and even sci-fi community. Recently, talk about dark matter, and the mysteries behind it, have all brought up the potential of a multiverse, which means there’s now several theories pointing in this direction. Many theorists believe the dark matter could be mass that has been compressed into a size much smaller than atom. Either way, you can check out the full article here:


“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

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?
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The air blew rapidly and suddenly a scream of joy. "Mark! What sizzles chizzle?" - Tina from Spidersilk the novel  

“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

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.
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“The smell of the forest was well known to forest ranger Anthony Rossi. The air breezed swiftly by his nostrils fresh and crisp. Reaching with his right hand he single handedly grasped the Meconi’s sub sandwich he was enjoying. “_Spidersilk the novel

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.
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“I like the lavish décor you’ve applied. That is a nice piece. Where did you get that?’ Mark meandered along. ‘Oh, that is a piece that I hold captive as a loan guarantee. It is my collateral.’ Rameses chuckled. ‘Now, you’re a lender and a loan shark, what’s next, bank?”_Spidersilk the novel

"Those dreams are awesome," he muttered to himself referring to the vivid lucid dreams he regularly has. - Mark from Spidersilk  

In Spidersilk the novel, the main character Mark is a video game a designer. Much like our own dimension, videogames played a big role in the culture for Mark and his friends. The similarities here are fun to admire, as is looking to the future of videogames. Of course, it’s always nice to take a step back and remember the past. Recently, Gamasutra brought up the memory of one of the first video game tournaments for Spacewar, way back in 1972.
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"Kara, the way you handled the plate suggests it may be magnetically attracted to you or that you are handling it via quantum entanglement." - Mark from Spidersilk  

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