Yes friends, if all you inconsiderate jerks don't put down that mouse and go live in a mud hut, Greenland might actually be green! Oh, the humanity!
It's Saturday night, and you want to catch the latest summer blockbuster. You do a quick Google search to find the venue and right time, and off you go to enjoy some mindless fun.
Meanwhile, your Internet search has just helped kill the planet. Depending on how long you took and what sites you visited, your search caused the emission of one to 10 grams of carbon into the atmosphere, contributing to global warming.
Sure, it's not a lot on its own — but add up all of the more than one billion daily Google searches, throw in 60 million Facebook status updates each day, 50 million daily tweets and 250 billion emails per day, and you're making a serious dent in some Greenland glaciers.
Say, if its all ice up there why do they call it Greenland again? Oh yeah, because when the Vikings discovered it the climate there was like DENMARK.
Every day in every way, the watermelons just keep getting dumber and dumber.
The Phantom Planet Killer
P.S. I'm going to go use a welder now. Wonder how many Death Points I get for that?