Are We Killing The Planet One Google Search At A Time?

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From the Washington Post, Sunday, January 11, 2009; 11:30 AM TechCrunch.com

Jason Kincaid has written a brief description of relative carbon costs of common activities in comparison with a search using the Google search engine. It serves as a reponse to Alex Wissner Gross, in the Times of London, where he proposes that a Google search produces 7 grams of carbon, whereas Google says only .2 grams

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