Sunday, January 18, 2009

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The air we breathe

THE Brown bounce is over and the deepening recession is taking its toll both on the government’s popularity and that of the prime minister, according to a Sunday Times poll.

The YouGov poll of more than 2,000 people, carried out online on Thursday and Friday, shows a sharp jump in the Conservative lead over the past month. The Tories are now on 45%, 13 points ahead of Labour’s 32%, with the Liberal Democrats on 14%.

The air we breathe is a mixture of gases including nitrogen 78.08%, oxygen 20.95%, water 1%, argon 0.93%, carbon dioxide 0.038% and trace gases. Each day as we take about 26,000 breaths that means we inhale around 3,080 gallons (24,640 pints) of air.


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