aspiderperday:
Just looked up how many kilowatt hours are used for 30 minutes of TV. It comes out to .016 kwh. EPA states that one gallon of gasoline equals about 33.7 kwh. If you’re driving a standard car that gets… let’s say 20 mpg? then 1 mile of driving is about 1.69 kwh. So 4 miles of driving is 6.76 kilowatt hours, not .016. If I’m doing my math right (which I might not be, cuz math) you’d have to watch 105 hours of netflix to equal the same energy usage as driving your car a single mile.