According to an article I read yesterday on the back of a completed (not by me) sudoku (medium difficulty) it should be four whereas the average is seven. Oh and they should be made from polyester (ugh) or some man made (sic) fibre rather than wool or cotton.
Those wicked natural fibres have a higher green house gas footprint of more than 20 times their weight.
Which dickhead works out this stuff - can we see your data and check your calculations please?
And it’s a good thing you aren’t taking GCSE Chemistry Mr Clever Dick because answers to questions about synthetic v natural fibres must use the terms ‘non biodegradable’ and ‘non renewable’ materials e.g. oil (2 marks).
And if you were in my class you wouldn’t be able to say ‘man made’ because sexist language was not allowed.
Whilst wearing your sweaty polyester tee shirt which you haven’t washed because you only have 3 others and using the washing machine uses too much water and energy you may be tempted to read the daily paper.
Guess what - the Guardian says that’s OK because they print on the recycled stuff.
Surprisingly - they didn’t suggest reading it on line.
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