Worlds smallest bible

pinFrom Engadget:

And you thought that fellow who managed to fit your entire name — middle initial included — onto a grain of rice was hot stuff. Apparently, a team of nanotechnology experts at the Technion institute in Haifa were able to etch some 300,000 words (Hebrew text of the Jewish Bible) onto a minuscule silicon surface “less than half the size of a grain of sugar.” The feat was accomplished by “blasting tiny particles called gallium ions at an object that then rebounded, causing an etching affect,” and was reportedly done in order to show that copious quantities of data could eventually be stored on bio-molecules and DNA. Oh, and it only took about sixty minutes to finish the job.

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