Kickstarter-Backed Indestructible Bible Uses “Space Age Nanotechnology” July 23, 2014

Kickstarter-Backed Indestructible Bible Uses “Space Age Nanotechnology”

You know how your Bible is constantly falling into the ocean, dripping with paint, and getting run over by cars?

I know, I know. Me too. Accidents, I swear.

But don’t worry! There’s now an indestructible Bible on Kickstarter:

Waterproof. Dirt-proof. Tear-proof. Virtually indestructible. It’s the first Bible in history built (and guaranteed) to last FOREVER.

For centuries, publishers have printed the Bible with impeccable detail, using the highest quality papers and leather. We are continuing that tradition by printing the Bible with the very best materials that exist today. Using Space Age nanotechnology, we are able to print the Bible on an advanced paper that doesn’t use any trees, is 24X stronger than regular paper, and is completely waterproof, dirt-proof, tear-proof, and otherwise life-proof. The Forever Bible even floats in water, while keeping your notes and highlighted passages pristine.

Huh. I guess the least resilient thing about this Bible is its actual content.

(Also, in a twist that could have only happened with the help of Jesus, they’re already selling the Bibles at a separate site before reaching their Kickstarter goal! It’s a miracle!)

Let’s hope someone doesn’t make a indestructible Koran. Next thing you know, people will put it to the test to find out whether you can rip its pages or set it on fire and then all hell will break loose.

(Thanks to Brian for the link)

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