The Biggest Twitch - and Carbon

To: Tony Russell <>
Subject: The Biggest Twitch - and Carbon
From: Carl Clifford <>
Date: Wed, 2 Jan 2008 11:47:18 +1100
or use them as chum on a Pelagic. Now that would be a good carbon offset.

On 02/01/2008, at 10:52 AM, Tony Russell wrote:

Send them to the USA?  Or maybe Russia where the cold would slow the

-----Original Message-----
From: Carl Clifford 
Sent: Wednesday, January 02, 2008 10:10 AM
To: Tony Russell
Cc: 'michael norris'; 'Alastair Smith'; 'BIRDING-AUS'
Subject: The Biggest Twitch - and Carbon

Probably the best thing that Carbon Nazis could do to assist in
reducing CO2 emissions is to stop breathing, but then there is the
problem with the CO2 emissions generated by bodily decomposition. Any
suggestions on solving this problem?

Carl Clifford

On 02/01/2008, at 10:29 AM, Tony Russell wrote:

I must say I agree with Alistair and Michael and Jill on this. Anyone
whose life becomes dictated by how much carbon usage they incur must be
either not very interested in the excitement and fun that birding travel
can provide, or so caught up in the carbon debate that they are unable
to see any other point of view.  I'm not suggesting that the carbon
issue is of no importance, but crikey, we need some balance and need to
get a life in the meantime. Life is too short.



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