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Adam Tuck
Response 2/8
Fri Feb 8, 2013 4:52pm

There has always been those people that believe in the most phenomenal obscurities. We put those people in to their own little crazy group. Sometimes without even considering the facts or weighing out the probability. Recently, I have noticed the popularity of zombies take a steep increase. Many movies, TV shows, books, and video games are now conforming with this fantasy and have been for some time in the past. As for myself, I have never been part of the zombie enthusiasts. But with the bloom of this wretched fad, it seems appropriate to reconsider the ludicrous plague. When referencing history, it would only be na´ve to entirely through out this discussion. We have seen plagues and disease wipe out substantial portions to the human population in the past. There is no reason to believe that this could not happen again. As a matter of fact, the evolution of viruses is now truncating the supply to antibiotics as the viruses become more immune. A recent study shows that we may run out of antibiotics before the hazardous affects of global warming take place.
As I become the pioneer of zombie research exploration, there are many questions that should be asked: How fast can a virus spread? With the transportation services now it seems that it would be more rapid than in other time in history. What precautions are put in place to prevent outbreaks? What defines a zombie? Has there ever been any cases of this? How long would it take to cure? Would you be able to survive? Etcetera ad nauseum.

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