CD Eating Fungus?

From: Don Maslin <>
Date: Tue Jun 19 18:44:13 2001

On Tue, 19 Jun 2001, Terry Collins wrote:

> Don Maslin wrote:
> >
> > Yes, but "leaving nothing behind." NOTHING? Hard to believe.
> Well, it leaves the fungi!
> It really depends on what they mean by "nothing". Probably nothing
> visible to the naked eye. I always keep in mind that a lot of stories
> could be of the standard of a report from News of The World (make it
> interesting and damm the truth*), so I will not be investing in an
> controlled atmosphere safe to store my CD's in yet.

I fear that is too often the case.
                                                 - don

> OTOH, it could just be one of those bad first batch(es) CD's that the
> layer's broke down anyway and a fungi has just invaded the space. It all
> really need independent, scientific verification from someone with a bit
> of knowledge and experience.
> *I've lived in Australia for 40 years and never seen a Kangaroo in a
> sports coat. Yesterday, we safely went koala tracking and never once did
> the mum and babe hiss, spit, bare the claws or doing anything one might
> expect of a killer koala. We will be going again as the wife left the
> film out of the camera {:-).
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