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The entire Old Testament can now be squeezed onto something around the size of a pinhead:

Scientists wrote the Bible by utilizing a focused ion beam (FIB) generator shooting tiny Gallium ions that etched the manuscript onto a gold surface, guided by a newly developed computer program written at Technion. Developing the program took more than three months, but writing the full text took only 90 minutes.

You can quit the atheist wise-cracks now.

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