Asking around among our tech-savvy friends though, no one has a good answer to the question, 'how would you backup 20TB of data?'. It's not like you could just plug in an external drive, and using any cloud service would be terribly expensive. Blu-Ray discs can hold a lot of data, but that's a lot of time (and money) spent burning discs that you likely will never need. Tape drives are another possibility, but are they right for this kind of problem? I don' t know. There might be something else out there, but I still have no feasible solution.
So I ask fellow slashdotters: for a home user, how do you backup 20TB of Data?" Even Amazon Glacier is pretty pricey for that much data.
so basically if they start building the uranium enrichment plants now, they might have a working nuke in 10-20 years.
There's an existence proof that it can be done in four years, if someone is willing to devote sufficient resources to it.
...and again and again, while I wait in the queue.
That excuse may be the most pathetic thing I've ever heard.