posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 12:44 AM
reply to post by dr_strangecraft
Your method hopes the disease is only human to human.
If the scavengers become infected they already have the tools to take us down, add the strength boost that comes with being a zombie which is
basically being rabid and no fear of life and now you have predators born to kill after you.
Insects that carry the diseases to you.
Even if the disease is only human to human an insect can still be a carrier and pass it on to you through a bite or just landing on your food.
Less bugs up north.
Of the scavengers that do exist if it's human to animal they won't make it past one winter.
Extreme cold would destroy the bodies those that don't can be gathered during the day and destroyed in such a fashion that the disease can't be
It's not just the zombies you have to worry about it's the transmission of the disease.
The closer to the equator the more disease transmission there is simply because there is a higher density of life.
Could you survive going south probably, as I said in another post north is only one of my options.
South has more vegetation for food, but more things to eat you not counting the zombies.
North less food and still things to eat you.
South insects which carry disease.
North less disease.
Your in 5 days everything will be fine in the south is very unrealistic.