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New Imaging System 'Reads' Ancient Scrolls
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6/17/2013 | 12:03:03 AM
re: New Imaging System 'Reads' Ancient Scrolls
This is really
awesome technology and I am sure it has created quite a storm. This is a
breakthrough on many levels if the technology works. I am curious to find out what if any new and
profound information is discovered. I s there any other forms of technology the
are being researched to look into to reading the scrolls that do not contain
the metallic ink?

Paul Sprague

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