A Tuesday, July 31, 2012 photo, shows biblical scholar Professor Menachem Cohen, reading from a book, at the library of Bar Ilan University, outside Tel Aviv, Israel. For the past 30 years the 84-year-old Judaic biblical scholar has been immersed in a Sisyphean task of correcting all known errors in Jewish scripture to produce a definitive edition of the Hebrew Bible. Now, thanks to the internet, he's bringing it to the general public like never before with a sophisticated search engine that allows even novices to explore the holy text with ease.(AP Photo/Dan Balilty)

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A Tuesday, July 31, 2012 photo, shows biblical scholar Professor Menachem Cohen, reading from a book, at the library of Bar Ilan University, outside Tel Aviv, Israel. For the past 30 years the 84-year-old Judaic biblical scholar has been immersed in a Sisyphean task of correcting all known errors in Jewish scripture to produce a definitive edition of the Hebrew Bible. Now, thanks to the internet, he's bringing it to the general public like never before with a sophisticated search engine that allows even novices to explore the holy text with ease.(AP Photo/Dan Balilty)
A Tuesday, July 31, 2012 photo, shows biblical scholar Professor Menachem Cohen, reading from a book, at the library of Bar Ilan University, outside Tel Aviv, Israel. For the past 30 years the 84-year-old Judaic biblical scholar has been immersed in a Sisyphean task of correcting all known errors in Jewish scripture to produce a definitive edition of the Hebrew Bible. Now, thanks to the internet, he's bringing it to the general public like never before with a sophisticated search engine that allows even novices to explore the holy text with ease.(AP Photo/Dan Balilty)
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