Dead Likely? The Science Behind The Zombie Apocalypse

Gavin Robertson Meehan & Madeleine Cunningham

Gavin Robertson Meehan and Madeleine Cunningham are both PhD students in the Neuroimmunology Group at the University of Glasgow. When not preparing for a zombie invasion they are found in the lab researching Guillain-Barré Syndrome.

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6 Responses

  1. Kailyn says:

    First off this zombie thing isn’t real it’s just people on drugs that’s why people are going nuts !!!!

  2. randall says:

    OK first of all, you’re leaning on pure over active imagination/possibilities and backing them up with instances that happened to animals and insects, combines with scientifically hypothesized scenarios that you thought up, which seem extreme enough to the point where they would not happen at all. the possibility of that rabies and prion disease thing happening is almost zero (i am aware pretty much anything is possible in this imperfect evil world) Z day won’t happen so tell you’re overactive, zombie loving brain to chill out. and evil corporations like umbrella in resident evil or somethin? i laugh at you, but this an interesting read, if i want to be entertained with creative, unrealistic notions, i would read this, thanks

  3. Okami Tsuki says:

    how about, instead of critisizing people for writing about something that YOU think is unrealistic, just read and enjoy the product of their research and hard work. it makes you think, and thats the ONLY point of it. if you have nothing intelligent to add to the discusion, THEN PLEASE DON’T COMMENT. i hate it when people like you ruin an interesting topic with your doubts and put downs. i will not answer any comments back, and good day to you all.

    ps, Craig McInnes, you are right about the others ‘missing the point.’

  4. Stiv says:

    Do you like minecraft?

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