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Old 12-12-2013, 02:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 12-12-2013, 07:00 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Found this while do some homework for my Environmental Studies class.
...only 17 pirates in 2000... let me check if Sumalia is still part of Planet Earth...
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You'd expect that as the oceans rise, taking more of the Earth's surface, there would be more pirates- not fewer.

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...only 17 pirates in 2000... let me check if Sumalia is still part of Planet Earth...
Not to mention the Russian Arctic, and other places where Greenpeace et. al. carry out 'protest' actions that arguably are piracy under the law.

And the many other places where locals board & rob yachts... You can get any correlation you want, when you select which data to include.
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...only 17 pirates in 2000... let me check if Sumalia is still part of Planet Earth...
I thought about that to, not sure which 17 people there counting. Maybe Caribbean pirates like history's famous piracy location?

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You'd expect that as the oceans rise, taking more of the Earth's surface, there would be more pirates- not fewer.
I'd bet if/when they start to rise to an alarming level, you will see more piratical forms.

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Not to mention the Russian Arctic, and other places where Greenpeace et. al. carry out 'protest' actions that arguably are piracy under the law.
Now that's just a whole nother ball game! The question is where do you go from piracy to terrorists? They're not stealing, they are destroying and mutilating.
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On a more serious note, I once learned from a documentary that contractors are real pirates. I believe that it was called "The Flintstones."
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Raquel Welch did that too.

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