Do insomniacs generally have a bigger carbon foot print then the average person?



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    Assuming that many insomniacs, me included, opt to do things that require the use of electrical power (watch TV, use the computer, use the microwave, etc) instead of sleeping, I think there’s a pretty good chance that the average insomniac will, in general, have a bigger carbon footprint than a person who is not an insomniac.  Some insomniacs also like to drive around late at night in order to clear their heads, which contributes to air pollution.

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