CarbonFeed takes your most recent 200 tweets and turns them into a minute loop, a song that changes over your Twitter lifetime. Every time you tweet you generate 0.02g/C02, which means 2 tweets are equivalent to 1 human breath*. If you tweet regularly, then your song equates to approximately a small chorus (ten-fifteen people) breathing in that one-minute time span. Now that’s a lot of hot air.
Don’t worry too much though. Listening to your one-minute song will eat up roughly 2.86 grams/C02e in electricity, servers, and embodied computer emissions .