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    • CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      https://medium.com/@cade.johnson.iii/carbon-ddf646ca7921 This essay I posted on Medium explores the idea of carbon-dioxide-equivalence which seems to be confusing to many. I noticed in the process of researching that "carbon dioxide" is a …
    • JazliAziz
      CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      My wife and I each have a Kindle Fire (HD 8) and they get steady use. We both use them as ebook readers and I play some (stupid) games on them. Most days I also read the Washington Post via their app. For anything that requires typing or otherwise …
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    • CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      Do all the carbon footprints add up to the total carbon emission, or can carbon footprints be attributable in a way that allows comparisons from many points of view? Specifically, can an IDEA have a carbon footprint? Aside from their …
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    • CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      my carbon footprint estimate for dogfood is admittedly lame: it is really difficult to discover what is IN dogfood, and if it is animal byproduct, is the carbon footprint of the consumer meat product already covering the carbon cost of the …
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    • CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      https://www.iso.org/news/2013/11/Ref1801.html https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1MszYEgqg9smJSUVRQlelNtOMmPW-5inCyj_haeHuFJw/edit?usp=sharing this is a draft carbon footprint calculator I'm working on. The largest part of carbon footprint is …
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    • apm
      CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      What I recall from long ago about FB was that I had real life acquaintances who turned out to have an overriding interest in some topic which was of no interest. But because we were acquaintances, we were sort of stuck with each other. But on G+ I …
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    • CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1-wkmwrJfe_DkKV-XtPWo0619IAVz0oel_whHa1UFaEQ/edit?usp=sharing - although incomplete, this page is now interactive. The largest carbon footprint component for many will be direct fuel consumption and that part …
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    • Victoria
      CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      My progress on that spreadsheet has been too slow, but I will make it editable now, in case anyone wants to explore it further . . . new link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1-wkmwrJfe_DkKV-XtPWo0619IAVz0oel_whHa1UFaEQ/edit?usp=sharing . . …
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    • ChrisJenkins
      CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      I followed thousands on G+, but not as social contacts per se. Not to say these are accurate numbers, but to an approximation I post an average of about weekly or more - say ten days? And some people post even less - monthly? Then there are others …
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    • ChrisJenkins
      CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      well, newspapers have always mixed topical coverage with featured columnists. I still read some online papers that have the features mixed. Individual readers have to skip over the columnists they don't follow I guess. My experience of G+ was of a …
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    • ChrisJenkins
      CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      Brilliant. I arrived at G+ just before circle-sharing ended. I actively built up a stream from shared circles and started pruning to fit my interests. I was really disappointed they killed that option. But I am more of a consumer than creator …
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    • apm
      CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      I would follow 500 people if I could. I can't look at 500 posts a day, but I loved the experience of hearing from hundreds of fascinating people on G+, and I surely could not imagine what all they would talk about on any given day. But - like …
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    • ChrisJenkins
      CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      Yeah, meeting Gideon was one of the great things that came to me from G+; and there have been quite a few other friendships. They are friendships of a new kind - friendships with people I never met face-to-face but I think I "know" them. I think …
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    • CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      On the morning of Christmas Eve, the valley below our house was filled with smoke as if the nearby village had burned! There were several small plumes of smoke still rising into the trapped valley-filling layer. There is a very popular tradition …
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    • CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      I have a solar panel system and no utility connection, and I am retired; so we do not drive much (groceries twice per month), and there is hardly ever anywhere I'd rather be, so no need to fly there! But even before accounting for food or other …
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    • CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1-wkmwrJfe_DkKV-XtPWo0619IAVz0oel_whHa1UFaEQ/edit?usp=sharing This page is in progress, but the carbon footprint calculations for direct fuel consumption and public transportation options are largely …
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    • CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      I started building a spreadsheet on this and it became huge and full of guesses very quickly. I was not even trying to make it general, just get some idea of the carbon footprint of the things with which I am already quite familiar. I will clean it …
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    • CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      CadeJohnson
      quality of life is an inherently individual issue: your choice of healthy diet over "yum" is based on your situation. A terminally individual might well choose the yum factor, and who could dispute it? Even issues of meat vs. vegetable might have …
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