Your Random Surfing For Cute Cats And Funny Puppies Is Killing Gaia!

I blame you for that devastating 1.4 degrees F rise in temperature that is killing Gaia

(NoTricksZone) Steffen Hentrich here brings our attention to a report appearing in the Austrian pressetext titled: Senseless Surfing in the Internet Is Destroying The Environment“.

If the entire Internet were a country, it would be the 5th largest consumer of electricity globally, moaned Claudia Sprinz, super-nag of Greenpeace Austria. And that figure, she claims, will triple by the year 2020. A huge consumption of resources is taking place out of pure boredom, Sprinz says. Youtube videos of cats, wondering aimlessly through the web or searching for worthless information that is forgotten three minutes later. This behavior is destroying the environment, she frets.

Sprinz says that people should go out for a walk in the park if they’re bored.

Just a single search for Chuck Norris causes as much CO2 as a car travelling 7.5 cm. 15,000 Google-searches for “funny cats” generate as much CO2 as producing a cheeseburger. Google alone produces 260,000 kilograms of CO2 per month. Every spam generates 0.3 grams of CO2.

It’s been translated, and we also learn that Ms. Sprinz wants a search button that says “Are you really sure you want to search for this and destroy the environment?” Again, this is one of the problems with Warmists: they link real environmental issues with globull warming. The environment will do fine, just like it has the myriad number of times when it was warmer on this planet. The environment will always change. Most of history is of a much, much warmer planet. Warmists are apparently Flat Earthers, though.

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8 Responses to “Your Random Surfing For Cute Cats And Funny Puppies Is Killing Gaia!”

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  2. […] Teach gave me the bad news earlier I blame you for that devastating 1.4 degrees F rise in temperature that is killing Gaia […]

  3. […] Google alone produces 260,000 kilograms of CO2 per month. Every spam generates 0.3 grams of CO2.William Teach threw in his two cents:It’s been translated, and we also learn that Ms. Sprinz wants a search button that says “Are […]

  4. Dana says:

    Using the internet to warn us that using the internet is destroying the earth.

    One wonders if our friends on the left have any concept of irony.

  5. Well, it’s kinda like how they take unnecessary fossil fueled flights to conferences at exotic vacation spots at the ends of the earth to tell Everyone Else not to take unnecessary fossil fueled flights.

  6. Gumball_Brains says:

    WAit… wait.
    Teach, are you sure about that 1.4 degree F temp? Are you sure about that 0.4 degree of accuracy? If that 0.4 is even remotely correct, then we could apply a rounding method to that – as we are talking about an average temperature measure anyway.

    That 1.4F then becomes 1.0F. Now, if we were to round that off of the base-numbering of 10, divide by two, factorize the polynomials, take the square root of the double-multiplicative sine, you can see that….

    … no one with 2 brain cells gives a flying flip what these troglodykes (yes, i wrote that right) say. One, we are unable to get that kind of precision. Two, you can’t get that kind of precision especially from averages. Three, a 1 degree temperature increase would actually be a GREAT thing for much of the world.

    So, instead of sitting home and gathering information on the netz, this hag, I mean, nag, would rather people get in their cars and DRIVE to a library or a park? Do you know how much concrete is used to create roads and parks? How much wild space is obliterated to make way for her precious park?

    How many people are killed in NY Parks?

    I’m just sayin…..

  7. Stop using logic. We’re discussing AGW. No place for logic.

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