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|3rd November 2004, 12:26||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Blu-Ray optical disks to be made from corn
BOFFINS AT Japanese tech company Pioneer have made a next-generation optical disk out of corn starch.
We are not sure how this breakthrough came about, probably a bizarre accident involving a CD player left in a kitchen during the mixing of a good sweet and sour.
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