Man claims to have created the world's smallest book
Take a look at the world's smallest book-which is so minute it cannot be read by the naked human eye.
The mini-book was created by "micro-miniaturist" Vladimir M. Aniskin and features pages that measure at just 0.07 by 0.09 millimeters. It took Aniskin years to develop the technology to allow him to produce the book and a single month to make it.
There are two versions of the book in existence, one containing a list of famous mico-miniaturists and another containing the Russian alphabet-both require an electron microscope in order to be read.
Aniskin is planning on submitting his book to the Guinness World Records next week in the belief that it will become the smallest book ever made.
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