From the Virtual Edition of the Codex Sinaticus to Ancient Champagne

 - Jul 6, 2009
The Codex Sinaticus is a breakthrough in religion, so in honor of its new virtual edition, we thought we’d put together a nice collection of breakthroughs in aged innovations, from senior centerfolds to .

The world’s oldest bible, the Codex Sinaticus, was compiled over the last four years from multiple countries and has been put online for further research.

The Codex Sinaticus is 1,600 years old, which is older than most of the innovations in this cluster combined (well, except for the 45 million-year-old beer).