Did you know? Human farts produce CO2 and on average, contain about the same amount of CO2 as tweet farts do.3 It’s true.
Spread the word and pollute at the same time.
1Jaymi Heimbuch “Twittering Adds How Much to Your Carbon Footprint?..” Treehugger, April 19, 2010, accessed February 20, 2012.
2Daniel Terdiman. “Report: Twitter hits half a billion tweets a day.” CNET, October 26, 2012, accessed February 16, 2013.
3J Tomlin, C Lowis, and N W Read. “Investigation of normal flatus production in healthy volunteers..” GUT: An International Journal in Gastroenterology and Hepatology, June 1991. pp. 665-669.