Moogalomania

“Google is likely not the only company that suffers from shark bites.” (http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/aug/14/google-undersea-fibre-optic-cables-shark-attacks)

However, given its megalomania, it’s only concerned by gigabites.

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Finished

“Shark fin traders in Guangzhou—the current informal capital of the shark fin trade—say their sales have fallen by 82 percent in just two years.” (http://news.mongabay.com/2014/0812-hance-demand-shark-fin.html)

The graph of plummeting demand is ironically shark fin-shaped.

Pi-jaws

“Scientific objections to … culling sharks centre on the fact that in order to reduce attacks, a substantial number of animals will have to be removed, which will have a serious impact on the survival of already threatened species. … Shark attacks often attract huge publicity, but the risk of death from these animals is low compared to other causes of death. For comparison, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 1,522 people died in transport accidents in Australia in 2011, 1,845 died in falls and several died after being bitten by dogs. … Shark attacks in Australia [averaged] 6.5 per year in the 1990s to 15 per year in the 2000s.” (http://www.nature.com/news/australian-shark-cull-plan-draws-scientists-ire-1.14373)

Should we propose
(a) culling cars,
(b) culling dogs, or
(c) expanding the Darwin Awards?