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Chris Young 🇨🇦 @ Home
This is crazy. Study shoes three people in a conference room over 2 hours can result in a Co2 level that can impair cognitive functioning. Ie. If you’re making decisions at the end of the meeting, you’re mentally less qualified to do so.
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Sean Handley 🇨🇾 Mar 16
Replying to @netmanchris @evadne
Open. The. Window. 😉
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Chris Young 🇨🇦 @ Home Mar 16
Replying to @code_sean @evadne
100% assuming there’s a window to open. The green part of the chart was the room where a living wall ( plant wall/green wall ) was installed. Alternative way to deal with the problem when opening a window is not an option.
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Amy Renee Mar 16
Replying to @netmanchris
1. Need study shoes, please and thank you. 2. Were they mentally qualified to start with? ;)
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Chris Young 🇨🇦 @ Home Mar 16
Replying to @amyengineer
. The Harvard study lets me assume that they were competent, but given the recent reveal on how people get into Harvard and other Ivy League schools... maybe not?
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2018's Most Trusted Webzone Mar 16
Replying to @netmanchris
I read an article that said many office buildings get above 1000 ppm, which starts to impair cognitive ability. Bought a CO2 detector for our office and sure enough, we start the day around 500 and end around 1500 on busy days. Not good.
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Chris Young 🇨🇦 @ Home Mar 16
Replying to @GFunk911
100% look into sick building syndrome and health impacts. has some good info too.
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2018's Most Trusted Webzone Mar 16
Replying to @netmanchris
We added some plants, made a minimal difference. Can’t tell if this being common makes it more or less alarming
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Chris Young 🇨🇦 @ Home Mar 16
Replying to @GFunk911 @NASA
Depends on the plants and time of day. plant study is a good place to start.
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Chris Young 🇨🇦 @ Home Mar 16
Replying to @netmanchris
. Is the cognitive impairment study. is my YouTube channel. :)
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Chris Young 🇨🇦 @ Home Mar 16
Not sure. Central air is definitely a way to refresh oxygen and disperse Co2 and VoCs from pooling in a space.
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2018's Most Trusted Webzone Mar 16
Replying to @netmanchris @NASA
Interesting, I’ll check it out. My company was receptive and wants to do something, but they just didn’t know where to start.
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Chris Young 🇨🇦 @ Home Mar 16
Replying to @GFunk911 @NASA
is also a good resource for Commercial interior spaces.
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Chris Young 🇨🇦 @ Home Mar 16
Replying to @Andrew_B_Bader
I don’t think we can draw any conclusions for any specific space. All comes down to specifics of the space. HVAC. Air flow. # of people etc... but a sensor in your kids pocket could be interesting. :)
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Chris Young 🇨🇦 @ Home Mar 16
Replying to @Andrew_B_Bader
I’d guess that no AC, no open windows and that many people would cause Co2 to pool fairly fast. Especially if closed doors. But I would test before making any claims at all. Reason to suspect testing might be interesting but cautious about drawing any more conclusions.
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Roger Lipscombe Mar 16
Replying to @netmanchris
I always assumed it was the fumes from the whiteboard markers, to be honest.
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Chris Young 🇨🇦 @ Home Mar 16
Replying to @rogerlipscombe
fumes from whiteboard markers would probably show up under VoCs. Wouldn’t be surprised if that contributes.
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Rei Murasame 村雨れい Mar 16
Replying to @netmanchris
I've been in conference rooms where I've actually pointed out this fact, asked for the windows to be opened, and everyone has nevertheless called for the windows to remain closed.
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Chris Young 🇨🇦 @ Home Mar 16
Replying to @ReiMurasame
Wow... just wow... The portable AQI sensor is going to be carried from now on. “I’m sorry - The room just hit 1400. We’re all officially too dumb to make this decision. Meeting over”.
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Chris Young 🇨🇦 @ Home Mar 16
Replying to @netmanchris
Adding Amazon Affiliates link . more than a couple of AQI monitors in there if anyone’s interested. :)
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