If the enemy knows where your country fishes at, then what's stopping them from sinisterly modifying the water-living animals fished for with what
would cause massive, killer disease spreadings if digested?
The animals in the waters will all become looked at as a threat to national security some day. Countries that are the real enemy could take advantage
of the water-living animals their targeted country fishes in. Has national secruity ever thought of this before?
I think: WW3 will be fought with biological weapons put into the food supply that comes from the waters.
Apparently we've already damaged the Gulf of Mexico on our own. No need for foreign intervention there. This is a good point though, there's really
nothing to stop that sort of attack from happening because of the fluid nature of the oceans. I think the biggest thing keeping people from really
messing with it is the fact that essentially everyone relies on it.
This content community relies on user-generated content from our member contributors. The opinions of our members are not those of site ownership who maintains strict editorial agnosticism and simply provides a collaborative venue for free expression.