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Originally posted by Shirak
Which map? Is there a link I missed?
Much appreciated if someone can help me out here
Originally posted by dreamtraveler420
I believe the rabies part to be plausible, and i guess you can say zombies because they will be attacking people, almost like a cannibal,what is your thought of why they dont eat the meat they are tearing off these peoples poor faces?
It seems that aggression, in its varied forms, arises from very different neural circuits in the brain. In Affective Neuroscience: The Foundations of Human and Animal Emotions (1998), Jaak Panksepp explains that scientists applying electrical stimulation to "slightly different brain zones" in laboratory animals evoke three distinct kinds of aggression. 1) predatory aggression, 2) rage-like aggression, and 3) inter-male aggression or dominance aggression. Panksepp points out that "prolonged social isolation or hunger may increase all forms of aggression, while high brain serotonin activity may reduce them all." Circuitry that prompts aggression is quite specific. Panksepp explains that quiet-biting attack is typically evoked during electrical stimulation of the dorsolateral hypothalamus while rage-driven aggression is typically evoked during electrical stimulation of the ventrolateral and medial hypothalamus.
Panksepp points out that when scientists stimulate specific circuits for rage-driven aggression in humans, the subjects report "experiencing a feeling of intense rage."
Originally posted by RealSpoke
reply to post by Ben81
People with rabies dislike any liquids because they can't swallow, blood would be included.
It was then that Dong started biting Du's face, leaving her covered in blood and weeping as passers-by tried to pull the attacker off his victim. Witnesses said that the bus driver had gone 'crazy' and was successfully resisting attempts to subdue him. Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk...
Originally posted by Romekje
reply to post by mal1970
Time will tell i guess.
Maybe they adjusted the incubation period so it slumbers longer? (if it's all true ofc)
posted on 8-6-2012 @ 07:17 PM
Maybe it's the beginning of an epidemic ? New type of rabies, viruses or bacteria ?? Just speculating But it's sure getting strange !