How each e-mail you send contributes to global warming

So each e-mail is worth about 100 breaths.

The Economic Times reports:

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Breath calculation is as follows:

Average person exhales about 0.9 kg (31.68 oz.) CO2/day.

Adults exhale about 30,000 times/day.

31.68 oz. divided by 30,000 breaths = .0011 oz. per breath. So 100 breaths produces about 0.11 oz. CO2.

3 thoughts on “How each e-mail you send contributes to global warming”

  1. So then, if you really want to save the planet, you should either stop sending emails or stop breathing. Your choice. Hey, Gore, you first.

  2. David,
    Actually what they really want is for all of us, minus the so-called elites and all-knowledgeable Greenies to commit mass suicide. That way there is no CO2 to worry about!

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