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Wow... you really showed me up... with your nothing citation.What a flawed statement. Carbon emissions don't wait until you're running your system "24x7", now do they? Nor do emissions wait to occur until your CPU load reaches 100%. Miners at least have the excuse that they're supporting an industry. But video games generate nothing but waste .... and carbon:
"...According to a study published in The Computer Games Journal, video gamers in the United States alone produce as much as 24 megatonnes (24 million metric tons) of carbon dioxide per year. This makes U.S. gaming more costly to our environment than the entire activity of countries like Sri Lanka, Estonia, and Lebanon.
You were saying?
Common sense and simple math: Two things you're failing at.
But take comfort in the fact that you're not alone, eh Steve?