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Spidey Silk Can Actually Halt a Train

26th February 2013

Read it.

If, of course, that’s what you want to do.

In fact, the physicists found that just one spider web could do the job — if it were the web of Darwin’s bark spider from Madagascar. The silk has been found to be tougher than any other known material and more than 10 times stronger than Kevlar.


One Response to “Spidey Silk Can Actually Halt a Train”

  1. Jay Says:

    Well, of course it can. That was shown in the historical document, “Spider-Man 2”.

    (What do they teach them in these schools?)