Aw! and read this:
For people who want their Bible concise, scientists from Israel have come up with the ultimate — printing the entire Old Testament on a silicon chip the size of a pinhead.
Using nanotechnology, researchers at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, have printed the Old Testament onto a silicone chip smaller than a pinhead — less than 1/1000th of an inch.
Professor Uri Sivan of the Faculty of Physics, who came up with the idea to write the Old Testament on a tiny surface, said the text was written using a focused ion beam generator that shot tiny particles onto a gold surface covering a base layer of silicone.
He described the process as similar to digging a hole in the earth using a water jet.
The actual “writing” took just 90 minutes but the computer program that guided the focused ion beam took more than three months.
“The nano-bible project demonstrates the miniaturization at our disposal,” Sivan said in a statement released by the American Technion Society (ATS) that supports higher education in Israel.
“This research could lead to the creation of more advanced miniature structures — and imaging — on a nanometric scale, advances in storing information in very small spaces, and the use of DNA molecules to store information.”