“It is thrilling to think that we have created the first document which will likely survive the human race,” said Peter Kazansky, professor of physical optoelectronics at the Univ. of Southampton’s Optical Research Centre. “This technology can secure the last evidence of civilization: all we’ve learnt will not be forgotten.”
360 Terabytes on a single disk is amazing in itself, but it's even more thrilling to think that we might have now created something that will outlast our species. I guess this is what the organic robots will need to be able to decode. Let's hope they have disc drives.