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NO KIDDING: READ IT AND WEEP

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If someone tells you to read the fine print, you'd better hope it's not written by Colin Humphreys of the University of Liverpool in England.

Humphreys and a team of scientists have found a way to write letters so small that 29,000 pages of words could be printed on the head of a pin!This new process uses a machine called a scanning electron microscope that writes by carving with a beam of energy that is almost as narrow as a single atom, reports 3-2-1 Contact magazine.

According to Humphreys, this may lead to amazing changes in computer science. With this new technology, computer chips could also be made to hold 1,000 times more infromation than they do today. A supercomputer that is now the size of an entire room could be built the size of a suitcase.