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Melting Al Gore And Carbon Breathalyzers For Humans

by | 22nd, January 2009

GLOBAL warming update time. A blow on the foreigners and news that the Met Office has spent £33m on a new supercomputer to calculate how climate change will affect Britain only to find the new machine has a giant carbon footprint of its own.

The new supercomputer, which will become operational later this year, will emit 14,400 tonnes of CO2 a year,” says Dave Britton, the Met Office’s chief press officer. This is equivalent to the CO2 emitted by 2,400 homes – generating an average of six tonnes each a year.

What we need is computer like this in every household to tell us what we’re doing wrong.

Anorak advocates the use of Grayzer ™, the Green Breathalyzer that tells you how much CO2 you are emitting by being alive.

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