Implications - This brilliant innovation was created by a group of Canadian physicists and only has 30 "pages" (which are actually slices of silicon crystal). If you have prescription glasses, I'm sorry to say that they just won't cut it for this teeny tiny book. You're going to need something a whole lot stronger in order to read the text on these pages. Perhaps you should think about investing in a microscope?Stats for The World's Smallest Book Trending: Older & Mild
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