Someone has thought of this before im sure. I was reading how cd readers work and how burners work. Basically if the laser hits a blank bit it bounces off the cd and hits the optic and reads it as a 1, if the laster reads a changed bit its a 0.
THats not really that important, whats important is, if you spent enough time and made a 700 mb size bit file, couldnt you make patterns on the back of your CD with the burner? So in theory, if I made a bit file that started off with 2 million 0's then 2 million 1's that repeated till it was 700mb, I MIGHT see a pattern on the CD? This seems bizzare but is this logic correct?