Sandwiches cause global warming.

No, really.

What the researchers found was that not all sandwiches are created equal and that some varieties have larger carbon footprints than others. The highest footprint was found in premade, prepackaged, all-day-breakfast sandwiches. These contain eggs, bacon, and sausage and are kept packaged and refrigerated until sold and eaten – all of which is estimated to add up to 1,441 g (3.18 lb) of carbon dioxide equivalent, or roughly the same as driving a car for 12 miles (19 km).

Remember when they finally came out and conceded that everything causes cancer?

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5 Responses to Sandwiches cause global warming.

  1. Unclezip says:

    And now California wants to label coffee as carcinogenic.

  2. John says:

    Nice tax grant gig if you can get it I guess.
    Everything causes cancer and everything causes climate change. Follows that cancer and climate change cause each other. And no concern of disappointment as every experiment is pre determined to yield a positive result.

  3. MamaLiberty says:

    Just wait until they figure out that “carbon” is the base molecule of life on earth. Wonder what they’ll pick on next…

  4. Mike says:

    Well there goes the morning visit to Starbucks for a cappu-whatever, plus an egg and whatever sandwich… Oh wait, I haven’t been in a Starbucks in over a decade. OK never mind, sorry, please carry on…

  5. Ben says:

    If it wasn’t the prices that chased me away from Starbucks, it would be their pretentiousness, and if it wasn’t that, it would be that bitter stuff they sell as coffee.

To the stake with the heretic!