The problem is, we have no idea how long even the so-called best (Mitsui) media will last. Sure, Mitsui may advertise a 200 year life, but that may be purely a marketing scheme. And, even if it is true, it may be only under very optimal circumstances. I think Taiyo Yuden, also a top-notch brand, advertises a very long life (100 years or so), but how do we know if a TY disc will last 100 years? We don't know until 100 years have passed. If the first recordable disc was made in 1904, then we would have a basis. Since the first recordable disc was made much later, we'll have to wait a while in order to get a good basis.
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