@yogthos we were testing out CO2 sensors at work and logged readings at 5 minute intervals over a couple of days from one hooked up in a colleagues office (fairly large office but shared by 2 people and no windows).
The level varied by well over 100% as it cycled over the day. By 4pm it could peak in the vicinity of 2000ppm.
No wonder people are about ready to fall asleep in afternoon meetings.
@msh yeah that explains a lot
I've seen that conclusion and a nice plot elsewhere, but I don't find any reference to it in the linked paper. Do you know if the same project has additional conclusions and materials somewhere, where that result can be found?
@bmreiniger there's some more discussion in this Twitter thread about it that has some additional references https://mobile.twitter.com/netmanchris/status/1106933045737721856
@yogthos *goes to be a forest-dwelling math-hippie and have peak cognitive performance* 8>
@yogthos makes sense.
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