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How NASA technology is deciphering mysterious Dead Sea Scrolls

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During the last century, ancient pieces of parchment were found in the Dead Sea that turned out to be biblical texts. NBC’s Keir Simmons finds out how researchers are still discovering them using modern technology that’s essentially writing history.