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You’ll Never Guess What Climate Change Snowflakes Are Blaming For Global Warming Now

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You’ll Never Guess What Climate Change Snowflakes Are Blaming For Global Warming Now

Climate change activists are constantly looking to blame anyone and everyone for global warming. It’s almost hilarious who they are blaming now.

According to a recent study, sitting at home and watching Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime Videos are contributing to global warming.

Have you ever heard that phrase, “You can’t have nothin'”? Well, this is the right time to use it. I mean, if driving my car if causing global warming, if eating beef causing global warming, if sitting at home and doing nothing but watch tv is causing global warming, what in world are people supposed to be able to do in life without contributing to global warming?

In real life, the answer is to just do what you want since humans causing drastic global warming is just a myth. But in the fantasy where we are just absolutely destroying our environment, I guess we’re supposed to just sit at home and do nothing.

According to The New York Post,

Climate scientists are railing against streaming TV and movie services, which they’re calling “a waste of resources at all levels.”

Researchers estimate that watching a half-hour show via an on-demand video app emits 1.6 kilograms of carbon dioxide into the environment — the equivalent of driving almost 4 miles, according to Maxime Efoui-Hess of Paris-based nonprofit the Shift Project.

The study reports that while 34 percent of traffic goes to streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu, the second-leading source comes from web porn.

The main energy drain comes out of streaming services’ servers. They contribute about 0.3 percent of all carbon emissions, according to Nature Research.

Did you catch all that? Even watching online porn is causing climate change. If that’s the case then I would imagine YouTube is one of the largest contributors to climate change as well because of how many people watch videos on YouTube every day.

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