on human hair created the world’s smallest comics

May

10

2014

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History “Juanita knits planet» (Juanita Knits the Planet) is a very unusual story. Not only is the name of the country, so it is also the smallest ever created comics. You read it, unfortunately, you can not, because it is created by human hair.

To read it, you will need a very expensive and powerful electron microscope. American comics created in Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute using focused ion laser. Something like this:

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However, the installation is somewhat smaller, and the installation of an ion beam produced weaker, but less dangerous it this does not become.

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Note that a year ago we reported that scientists at IBM have created the smallest film of atoms.
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