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Cow Farts

How cow farts effect the o-zone layer.
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Ahrash Tahsini

on 17 May 2011

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Cow Farts Methane is one of the most harmful of all the greenhouse gasses, but new research could be the secret to harnessing this energy for common electronics. Cow Farts have alot of methane in them. Today some farms that have cows in them are powered by cow farts. At the end of the day, each cow has emitted 200-300 gallons of ozone-destroying methane adding up to a grand total of 200,000,000,000 gallons – and that’s every day! There are about 1.5bilion cows on earth.
They each fart of burp every 40-90 seconds
which means that they are to cotributers to the damage of the o zone layer. This is no joke.
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