people get angrier about their tax money going towards helping people than it going towards killing people
In most versions of string theory, the extra dimensions above the normal three are all wrapped up very tightly, so that each point in our ordinary space is like a tightly wrapped origami in six dimensions. We see just three dimensions; the rest are invisible to us because they are wrapped up very tightly. If you look at a needle, it looks like a one-dimensional line from a long distance, but really it’s three-dimensional. Likewise, the extra dimensions could be seen if you looked at things very closely. Space on a very tiny scale is grainy and complicated — its smoothness is an illusion of the large scale.
According to this theory, there could be other universes, perhaps separated from ours by just a microscopic distance; however, that distance is measured in some fourth spatial dimension, of which we are not aware. Because we are imprisoned in our three dimensions, we can’t directly detect these other universes. It’s rather like a whole lot of bugs crawling around on a big two-dimensional sheet of paper, who would be unaware of another set of bugs that might be crawling around on another sheet of paper that could be only a short distance away in the third dimension."
unlike humans, giant spiders are invertebrates and therefore do not have spooky skeletons hiding inside of them
not to be confused with arachno-capitalism, which is where giant spiders capture the people, emtomb them in web cocoons, drug them, and slowly suck everything of nutritional value out of them until they die
giant spiders have a right to do that and if anyone disagrees with being entombed in web cocoons well then they should’ve thought about that before they decided to not be born a giant spider