Yes – if what you’re doing has an alternative that uses more energy. For example, you could look statistics up on the Internet… or, you could drive to the library and look them up in an encyclopedia. The latter course of action would use more energy – the gas you spent driving to and from the library. So, by using the Internet to do your research, you’d be saving energy.
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