startling evidence – piracy vs global warming

Published November 4th, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

Discovered by Pastafarian Koji:

I’m amazed, I was thinking that your churches theories on global warming were just a bit off. I was using Google Trends and I came up with a startling chart.

As you will notice, when I compared ‘free movies’ and ‘global warming’ whenever people search for free movies, less people search for global warming. Why you ask… Because no new developments come up while piracy occurs.


When Koji sent me this, even I was skeptical. But it’s legit: try it yourself.

75 Responses to “startling evidence – piracy vs global warming”

  1. Breakinpoint says:


  2. Billy_McBong says:

    i flipped the global warming graph(blue) and put it over the free movies graph(red)
    they line up way to much

  3. Fusilli Rigatoni says:

    Ah but Global Warming is still beating Assholes, hands down.


  4. Zippo says:


    There’s still plenty of people looking for booty, maybe they just need to be touched by His Noodly Appendage…

  5. Cŵn Annwn says:

    fascinating!!! who knew that piracy and global warming were so interconnected?!?!?!

  6. Cŵn Annwn says:

    i have also found a strange connection between global warming and masturbation. http://www.google.com/trends?q=global+warming%2C+masturbation&ctab=0&geo=all&date=all&sort=0

  7. Stys says:

    Now look what happens when you compare Pirates of Caribbean and global warming. You can see that in the first half of 2007 there was a considerable increase in global warming, but then it was suppressed pretty much, when the Pirates of Caribbean was in theaters! It is now a big question why this had not been the case in 2006. Probably lack of data or something.


    I believe that if we need a real evidence we have to compare the rate of downloads of Pirates of Caribbean from p2p networks with global warming! No global warming can withstand double piracy.

  8. grand commadore monty corndog says:

    i dont care i think that this definatly helps prove our point

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