A Model Of What A Zombie Apocalypse Would Look Like

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A Model Of What A Zombie Apocalypse Would Look Like

Post by priell3 » Thu Mar 26, 2015 10:56 am

A Scientific Model Of What A Zombie Apocalypse Would Look Like (And Where Not To Hide)

The best spots for riding out a zombie apocalypse are sparsely populated areas of Montana and Nevada, which remain untouched even four months, according to a new study by researchers at Cornell University who have developed a statistical model for simulating the spread of a fictional zombie epidemic. As The WSJ reports, with real-life applications to modeling viral outbreaks, Cornell offer dire warnings for those who live in Scranton, PA – with northeastern Pennsylvania as the U.S. location most at risk of being overrun by the undead.

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Re: A Model Of What A Zombie Apocalypse Would Look Like

Post by majorhavoc » Thu Mar 26, 2015 11:26 am

Multiple duplicate topics have been created for the Cornell zombie pandemic modeling study. I believe they've all been merged here.

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Re: A Model Of What A Zombie Apocalypse Would Look Like

Post by apocalypsepal » Tue Oct 27, 2015 11:48 am

priell3 wrote:A Scientific Model Of What A Zombie Apocalypse Would Look Like (And Where Not To Hide)

The best spots for riding out a zombie apocalypse are sparsely populated areas of Montana and Nevada, which remain untouched even four months, according to a new study by researchers at Cornell University who have developed a statistical model for simulating the spread of a fictional zombie epidemic. As The WSJ reports, with real-life applications to modeling viral outbreaks, Cornell offer dire warnings for those who live in Scranton, PA – with northeastern Pennsylvania as the U.S. location most at risk of being overrun by the undead.

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2015/03/tyl ... pocalypse/
Very interesting. However, my only concern would be the future of survival. What happens when the zombz start getting hungry in the city? Do they start expanding into the more sparsely populated areas in search of food?
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