WORLD'S SMALLEST SCISSORS
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
What are the world's smallest scissors?
In March 2007 Japanese scientists
took a cut at the record for the world's smallest scissors and succeeded.
The scissors they developed measured a snippy three
nanometers or 3 billionths of a meter in length.
The tiny snips are controlled by light and will be used
to control genes, proteins and other molecules in the body.
The World's Smallest Scissors
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