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VIDEO: Should we be prepared for a zombie apocalypse?

No, this isn’t a horror movie. It’s science.

Image: AsapSCIENCE via Youtube.com

‘TIS THE SEASON for zombies.

But really, where’s the scientific proof? The AsapScience show has a timely illustrated video to explain how a so-called zombie virus can elicit a zombie state in a person without destroying the brain entirely (so that the body still has physical function).

It could create “super-hungry, braindead beings that can’t recognise family and friends, have no control over their own actions and like to feed”. Oh.

via AsapSCIENCE/Youtube

America’s disease control centre denies that the zombie apocalypse is coming>

Leicester City Council admits it’s not ready for a zombie attack>

Could zombies walk among us? Watch and find out…

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