The Oert Spider

In a world already under stress a new and terrifying peril emerges threatening all life on earth. This unearthly quantum monster, takes the form of a scintillating spider. Not really alive, it kills without remorse or limit. It is left to two young scientists and a brilliant, but almost derelict older physicist to solve the terrible mystery of the Spider and its spawn before the world is lost. More

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Words: 55,270
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476065564
About Peter Jupp

Peter Jupp trained as an engineer but has a not so secret passion for science and the environment and how humans interact with it. His first book H=A2E deals with the health consequences of mans’ alienation from the natural environment. He is now working on the sequel to the Oert Spider titled The Star Monster. He was born in Western Australia and moved to the US as a young engineer. His other interests include music composition some of which can be heard at www.peterjuppmusic.com.

Benjamin Jupp trained as a geologist and who has a passion for the natural history of the planet and the universe. His interests are writing and directing motion pictures. Among his credits are The Sock Man Chronicles, Evil Dead Sunflowers and Zombies Strain U. He was born in Maryland but now lives in Perth Australia with his pet fish that alternate between tropical exotics and goldfish. He thinks quantum superposition may be involved.

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The evil Oert Spider is an quantum monster neither alive or dead with a lust for human flesh to satisfy its insatiable need for energy. This video is an animation of the monster depicted in the eBook "The Oert Spider".

TheOertSpider1.avi
The evil Oert Spider is an quantum monster neither alive or dead with a lust for human flesh to satisfy its insatiable need for energy. This video is an animation of the monster depicted in the eBook "The Oert Spider".

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