Scientists shrink Hebrew Bible to size of sugar grain
ricknight | December 31, 2007 at 06:49 amby
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Scientists have succeeded in writing a full version of the Hebrew Bible — including vowel points — in a space smaller than the size of a pinhead.
Using a scientific device called a Focused Ion Beam, scientists in Israel wrote the 300,000-word tome onto a 0.5-square-millimetre chip.
Apparenetly the angels standing on the head of the pin now have something to read...
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