Thursday, April 09, 2009

Every Fewer Breaths You Take, the Less CO2 You Make

I decided that the best way to cut down on CO2 emissions was to halve my breathing. Since we take in oxygen and release carbon dioxide, I would argue that every person on the planet contributes the the excess production of carbon dioxide. Therefore, if we all breathe less, we produce less carbon dioxide and therefore help reduce greenhouse gases. So stop agonizing over the hybrid you can't afford and squinting while trying to read using those less bright compact fluorescent lights and just hold your breath a little more often while you take the bus.

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