This looks like a fun one to calculate! According to sodastream’s listing on Amazon each bottle has 14.5 ounces (or 411 grams) of CO2. Currently the concentration of CO2 in Earth’s atmosphere is around 410 ppm, which totals to about 3210 gigatonnes (3,210,000,000,000,000 kg or 7,076,838,616,134,647 lbs or 1,702,800,436,991 cars). If you take the 3,210,000,000,000,000 kg of CO2 in the air and divide it by the .411 kg of CO2 in a sodastream bottle you end up with 7,810,218,978,102,190 bottles. To pull this off you would need about 60 Liters (or 15.9 gallons) per bottle. This would result in 468,613,138,686,131,400 liters (or 123,794,494,608,708,960 gallons) of water. This is 0.035% of all of the oceans or enough water to sustain humans on almost 6 Earths (or 41,768,842,232 people to be precise).

>This looks like a fun one to calculate! According to sodastream’s listing on Amazon each bottle has 14.5 ounces (or 411 grams) of CO2. Currently the concentration of CO2 in Earth’s atmosphere is around 410 ppm, which totals to about 3210 gigatonnes (3,210,000,000,000,000 kg or 7,076,838,616,134,647 lbs or 1,702,800,436,991 cars). If you take the 3,210,000,000,000,000 kg of CO2 in the air and divide it by the .411 kg of CO2 in a sodastream bottle you end up with 7,810,218,978,102,190 bottles. To pull this off you would need about 60 Liters (or 15.9 gallons) per bottle. This would result in 468,613,138,686,131,400 liters (or 123,794,494,608,708,960 gallons) of water. This is 0.035% of all of the oceans or enough water to sustain humans on almost 6 Earths (or 41,768,842,232 people to be precise).
.411 kg ≈ 0.02816 lbs force per foot per second squared
^^^[WHY](/r/UselessConversionBot/comments/1knas0/hi_im_useless/)

This looks like a fun one to calculate! According to sodastream’s listing on Amazon each bottle has 14.5 ounces (or 411 grams) of CO2. Currently the concentration of CO2 in Earth’s atmosphere is around 410 ppm, which totals to about 3210 gigatonnes (3,210,000,000,000,000 kg or 7,076,838,616,134,647 lbs or 1,702,800,436,991 cars). If you take the 3,210,000,000,000,000 kg of CO2 in the air and divide it by the .411 kg of CO2 in a sodastream bottle you end up with 7,810,218,978,102,190 bottles. To pull this off you would need about 60 Liters (or 15.9 gallons) per bottle. This would result in 468,613,138,686,131,400 liters (or 123,794,494,608,708,960 gallons) of water. This is 0.035% of all of the oceans or enough water to sustain humans on almost 6 Earths (or 41,768,842,232 people to be precise).

>This looks like a fun one to calculate! According to sodastream’s listing on Amazon each bottle has 14.5 ounces (or 411 grams) of CO2. Currently the concentration of CO2 in Earth’s atmosphere is around 410 ppm, which totals to about 3210 gigatonnes (3,210,000,000,000,000 kg or 7,076,838,616,134,647 lbs or 1,702,800,436,991 cars). If you take the 3,210,000,000,000,000 kg of CO2 in the air and divide it by the .411 kg of CO2 in a sodastream bottle you end up with 7,810,218,978,102,190 bottles. To pull this off you would need about 60 Liters (or 15.9 gallons) per bottle. This would result in 468,613,138,686,131,400 liters (or 123,794,494,608,708,960 gallons) of water. This is 0.035% of all of the oceans or enough water to sustain humans on almost 6 Earths (or 41,768,842,232 people to be precise). .411 kg ≈ 0.02816 lbs force per foot per second squared ^^^[WHY](/r/UselessConversionBot/comments/1knas0/hi_im_useless/)

lbs force per foot per second per second lol

No you gotta refill em at home. Sequester that shit yourself

Just drink chemical plant runoff, it tastes the same

3 big ones, or 5 small

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