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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by edesignuk, Dec 24, 2007.
er, that's great fellas
Damn. I don't understand Hebrew so I wouldn't be able to read it.
Anyone think they have too much time on their hands?
Now perhaps they could do us a favour by losing it in a haystack...
An inscribed haystack or just a regular one?
hey man, don't call Huckabee a pinhead
I suppose this beats the angels on a pinhead problem...
It's amazing what nano technology will be able to do very soon. Great stuff.
While this is cool, does anyone else find this ironic?
Guess I had better go and buy some new reading glasses...
Talk about portable. I can imagine the people on the train wondering why I'm staring at my finger tip for hours on end.
Did they inscribe the entire Harry Potter series on a booger?
At work I used to laser inscribe numbers on the girdle (the thin edge where the top and bottom edges meet) of diamonds. We can go so small you can't see it under a 30x microscope. I can't even imagine how small this has got to be!
Perhaps that was their intention!
cancer still kills people, but bible on a pin head? SORTED
Wow, even that is incredibly tiny. That must have taken precision and careful attention to detail to inscribe something so small klymr.
I've just finished reading it and they made a mistake on page 127
You must be quite the speed reader to have finished the entire Bible already.
I guess whiteout won't work in this case...
They put the Bible on a pinhead? were they trying to give it a point?
It's just the old testament...
Now that I found brilliant.
Well, that is still a good read in a short period of time!
Well, a computer and a laser do most of the work, but I set it all up and hit the go button. We inscribe at about 100 microns, which you can see without a microscope, but it's just a black streak on the girdle. We have to coat the diamond in a special fluid before inscribing, and once we wash that off you can't tell where the work was done until you place it under a loupe or microscope.
Thanks for sharing, that sounds like a pretty amazing process to watch.