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Originally posted by Arken
Do you remember?
(Classified) Bill Defends Against Flesh-Eating (Classified)
Was not only a joke?
Originally posted by claireaudient
CDC Warns Public to Prepare for 'Zombie Apocalypse'
(visit the link for the full news article)
That's the question posed by the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention in a Monday blog posting gruesomely titled, "Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse." And while it's no joke, CDC officials say it's all about emergency preparation.
edit on 18/5/11 by argentus because: changed headline to reflect that of source
Originally posted by sara123123
reply to post by CanadianDream420
The Homeland Security idiot who is interviewed for this article claims this is a strategy to break the monotany of the constant prepare message from the agency. It's unprofessional and stupid; attentionwhoreism.
The only zombies Americans have to worry about are the blood suckers in the government who are draining this nation of dignity, treasure and freedom.
Originally posted by wiser3
Has anyone considered the effects of Rabies?
Have you ever seen a rabid dog or deer?
Have you ever seen a rabid person strapped to a hospital bed? It's not a pleasant sight or thought!
Just saying for the benefit of all of those who say "It has never happened, it can't happen, it won't happen! It's all fiction no fact! Believe it, it happens!
2. The Basic Model For the basic model, we consider three basic classes: Susceptible (S). Zombie (Z). Removed (R). Susceptibles can become deceased through ‘natural’ causes, i.e., non-zombie-related death (parameter ). The removed class consists of individuals who have died, either through attack or natural causes. Humans in the removed class can resurrect and become a zombie (parameter ). Susceptibles can become zombies through transmission via an encounter with a zombie (transmission parameter ). Only humans can become infected through contact with zombies, and zombies only have a craving for human flesh so we do not consider any other life forms in the model. New zombies can only come from two sources: The resurrected from the newly deceased (removed group). Susceptibles who have ‘lost’ an encounter with a zombie. In addition, we assume the birth rate is a constant, . Zombies move to the removed class upon being ‘defeated’. This can be done by removing the head or destroying the brain of the zombie (parameter ). We also assume that zombies do not attack/defeat other zombies.
Originally posted by Mercurio
Is it possible for a virus to turn humans into crazed hordes of cannibals? That's the question.
Originally posted by CanadianDream420
I'm confident once a person is dead, drained of their blood and put into caskets that the likeliness of them returning to the surface of the earth is right around 0%....
Even if they did, they'd be looking for a drink of water.. Not brains.