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Draug, thanks for the reply above! I hear what you're saying brother, the thing about ZS is that it is a bunch of people just like you......Very direct, opinionated people that like to be right. If you disagree with my pegging of you I bet your significant other says otherwise. :lol: I doubt you truly offended anyone, but its great that you came on here to make sure you didn't. Most threads here get intense really quick, its kind of a point of understanding and believe it or not you'll learn to love it. We are a disfunctional family here at ZS. Glad to have you aboard mate. :D

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Lets all just accept this pop-culture trend for what it is--a trend![/quote]

HOW DARE YOU SIR! :lol:

Now to get real, Zombies as in dead coming back to life; impossible for above mentioned reasons.

Zombie like symptoms as in rage, lack of facial recognition of relatives, lack of language understanding, overwhelming urge to bite/attack others to spread a zombie like virus, that is probable. Oh wait I just described rabies!

If a rabies like virus mutated to not kill the host and also had very fast onset of symptoms, that is zombies in my book.

the only reason rabies hasn't decimated the population is that illness to onset of the crazies is a long time, they are easy to tie down and quarantine weeks before, also as soon as the craziness kicks in you die very shortly afterward. A little mutation here, a little mutation there and BAM, there you go.


I often used to discuss this possibility with virologists in my dept and most agree that a zombie style virus is definitely in the realm of possibilities.[/quote]



I agree. I've seen what could be called Zombie- like behavior (One track mind, unexplained aggression, biting and scratching) in patients of mine in drug/alcohol withdrawal, with alzheimer's dementia, and with delirium caused by various infections or reactions to medications. I think a "rager type" episode could happen at any time if the wrong microbe or chemical is released into our midst as a result of accident or chemical/biological weaponry.

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raptor wrote:
IMO anything is possible.
That said IMO the probability of a zombie outbreak is too remote to measure.

I would put the odds in the realm of winning the jackpot on 3 different Powerball lottery drawing (assuming no cheating or fixes) in a row using the same ticket numbers. Theoretically it is possible to do so, but not very likely.

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ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE. Literally anything. It is completely possible that any crazy thing that you can dream up will happen.
Why? Because we don't know what the prime mover is. We assume that the sun will come up tomorrow the same way it did today, because it probably will, to a very high degree of probability.
But it could turn into a giant chariot and scoot around drawing pictures in the sky.
That said, if someone wanted to put even money on whether we will or won't have zombies or giant sun chariots, I'm going to put my money on "business as usual."

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jamoni wrote:
raptor wrote:
IMO anything is possible.
That said IMO the probability of a zombie outbreak is too remote to measure.

I would put the odds in the realm of winning the jackpot on 3 different Powerball lottery drawing (assuming no cheating or fixes) in a row using the same ticket numbers. Theoretically it is possible to do so, but not very likely.

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ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE. Literally anything. It is completely possible that any crazy thing that you can dream up will happen.
Why? Because we don't know what the prime mover is. We assume that the sun will come up tomorrow the same way it did today, because it probably will, to a very high degree of probability.
But it could turn into a giant chariot and scoot around drawing pictures in the sky.
That said, if someone wanted to put even money on whether we will or won't have zombies or giant sun chariots, I'm going to put my money on "business as usual."


That is true, none of us have indisputable facts regarding our origin and purpose. Many like to base their knowledge on a very famous, fictional book that has a four syllable title while the truely enlightened individuals are the ones who can just say, "I don't know". Our questions to many things remain unanswered but it seems highly unlikely that things we have found to be scientifically so, would suddenly change so drastically. Everyone is entitled to believe in whatever fantasy they choose. I don't wish to take that away from them. I too have fantasies of my own but none of them are so unrealistic that they involve science as we know it to be completely disregarded. I'm not going to worry about rocks and trees suddenly growing humanlike appendages and taking up arms against humanity. Some things are just not going to happen but if you wan't to believe they will--well, who am I to tell you otherwise?


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Wait a minute... y'all mean to tell me that zombies can/will NEVER exist?

But, but, but... how else am I supposed to kill the already dead undead.

Poo on all of y'all, I was lured here by hopes and dreams of splattering already dead brains. LIARS!!! I feel as if I just found out Santa didn't exist. Wait... he IS real, ISN'T HE?!?

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CLoft239 wrote:
Wait a minute... y'all mean to tell me that zombies can/will NEVER exist?

But, but, but... how else am I supposed to kill the already dead undead.

Poo on all of y'all, I was lured here by hopes and dreams of splattering already dead brains. LIARS!!! I feel as if I just found out Santa didn't exist. Wait... he IS real, ISN'T HE?!?

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Draug wrote:
jamoni wrote:
raptor wrote:
IMO anything is possible.
That said IMO the probability of a zombie outbreak is too remote to measure.

I would put the odds in the realm of winning the jackpot on 3 different Powerball lottery drawing (assuming no cheating or fixes) in a row using the same ticket numbers. Theoretically it is possible to do so, but not very likely.

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ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE. Literally anything. It is completely possible that any crazy thing that you can dream up will happen.
Why? Because we don't know what the prime mover is. We assume that the sun will come up tomorrow the same way it did today, because it probably will, to a very high degree of probability.
But it could turn into a giant chariot and scoot around drawing pictures in the sky.
That said, if someone wanted to put even money on whether we will or won't have zombies or giant sun chariots, I'm going to put my money on "business as usual."


That is true, none of us have indisputable facts regarding our origin and purpose. Many like to base their knowledge on a very famous, fictional book that has a four syllable title while the truely enlightened individuals are the ones who can just say, "I don't know". Our questions to many things remain unanswered but it seems highly unlikely that things we have found to be scientifically so, would suddenly change so drastically. Everyone is entitled to believe in whatever fantasy they choose. I don't wish to take that away from them. I too have fantasies of my own but none of them are so unrealistic that they involve science as we know it to be completely disregarded. I'm not going to worry about rocks and trees suddenly growing humanlike appendages and taking up arms against humanity. Some things are just not going to happen but if you wan't to believe they will--well, who am I to tell you otherwise?


Please avoid discussing religion, even in a veiled way, especially in such a dismissive, rude manner. It's one of the forum rules, along with politics.

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Czechnology wrote:
Draug wrote:
jamoni wrote:
raptor wrote:
IMO anything is possible.
That said IMO the probability of a zombie outbreak is too remote to measure.

I would put the odds in the realm of winning the jackpot on 3 different Powerball lottery drawing (assuming no cheating or fixes) in a row using the same ticket numbers. Theoretically it is possible to do so, but not very likely.

This.
ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE. Literally anything. It is completely possible that any crazy thing that you can dream up will happen.
Why? Because we don't know what the prime mover is. We assume that the sun will come up tomorrow the same way it did today, because it probably will, to a very high degree of probability.
But it could turn into a giant chariot and scoot around drawing pictures in the sky.
That said, if someone wanted to put even money on whether we will or won't have zombies or giant sun chariots, I'm going to put my money on "business as usual."



That is true, none of us have indisputable facts regarding our origin and purpose. Many like to base their knowledge on a very famous, fictional book that has a four syllable title while the truely enlightened individuals are the ones who can just say, "I don't know". Our questions to many things remain unanswered but it seems highly unlikely that things we have found to be scientifically so, would suddenly change so drastically. Everyone is entitled to believe in whatever fantasy they choose. I don't wish to take that away from them. I too have fantasies of my own but none of them are so unrealistic that they involve science as we know it to be completely disregarded. I'm not going to worry about rocks and trees suddenly growing humanlike appendages and taking up arms against humanity. Some things are just not going to happen but if you wan't to believe they will--well, who am I to tell you otherwise?


Please avoid discussing religion, even in a veiled way, especially in such a dismissive, rude manner. It's one of the forum rules, along with politics.

viewtopic.php?f=44&t=19895


Hey numbnuts, the point of me not mention the name of the book to which I was refering was to not offend dimwits but I guess no matter how I put it people like you will find it "rude". I did not mention any specific religion or even use the word until now. I didn't want to bring it up because I know the brainwashed masses will get their panties in a knot. Thanks a lot for being an a-hole. You could have just read what I wrote and left it at that but you have to make it out to be something more than it is. Way to go on starting a feud that neither one of us can prove or disprove. Again, I feel as though I wasted my time joining a website that has nothing to offer except bickering and those who insist on making a big deal out of nothing.


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Hey numbnuts, the point of me not mention the name of the book to which I was refering was to not offend dimwits but I guess no matter how I put it people like you will find it "rude". I did not mention any specific religion or even use the word until now. I didn't want to bring it up because I know the brainwashed masses will get their panties in a knot. Thanks a lot for being an a-hole. You could have just read what I wrote and left it at that but you have to make it out to be something more than it is. Way to go on starting a feud that neither one of us can prove or disprove. Again, I feel as though I wasted my time joining a website that has nothing to offer except bickering and those who insist on making a big deal out of nothing.


No people like me volunteer our time to keep this place free of bullshit like you seem intent on providing. You are now being officially warned for trolling, as you broke yet another of the forum's rules.

You should throw around insults less, and read the rules more, or you will find your stay here abbreviated.
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Draug wrote:
As a realist...

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Luckily there are those with educations

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I joined to converse with others that believe in being prepared in case society collapses

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I feel as though I wasted my time joining a website that has nothing to offer except bickering and those who insist on making a big deal out of nothing.


Welcome to Zombie Squad. As a realistic, rational individual you probably realize that inflammatory ad-hominem attacks on authority figures is not a productive course of action here or anywhere else. This is a community of individuals with more or less the same goals as yourself, but we have rules and they are important. There is value here if you are willing to color within the lines. Read the rules, lurk, get a feel for the place before expressing yourself in the wrong manner and you'll be fine. Or don't; it's a big internet and you can always go somewhere else.

Also, please learn to indent. Holy wall of text, Batman...

ETA: I also note that you still haven't posted an introduction. If you plan to stick around still, consider doing so: http://www.zombiehunters.org/forum/viewforum.php?f=10

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Draug wrote:
. Again, I feel as though I wasted my time joining a website that has nothing to offer except bickering and those who insist on making a big deal out of nothing.


There was less bickering before you shat up this thread.

If you feel you should grace a more fitting site than this one with your pearls of wisdom, by all means feel free to visit it.

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P.S.: I dont have kids, but I'm shooting any walking dead kids if they get bitey, I dont care whose they are.


Wait, so your saying if my kids turn into zombies and try to bite you then you're going to shoot them? You cut me deep. :( :gonk: :lol:

and yes, I'm trying to be funny in a once humorous thread.

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Speaking from a scientific point of view, to say "it's impossible" proves you are not an objective mind dedicated to science. Electricity would have been deemed impossible at one time, but who knows...300 years from now bringing dead tissue back to life may be a 4th grade science class.

With that said, I do not believe zombies will ever be a reality. Not even viral rage zombies. I think the idea to prep for zombies means you are prepared for anything is a valid one. This mentality is what drew me to this website and has allowed so many people to talk about an important topic freely. Take away some of the "crazy survival talk," and add in something fun like zombies, and you can reach a different/wider group of people.

To the new guy, take a step back. I understand you feel you are more intelligent than most. Just because you are in (I'm guessing) your second year of college does not put you among the elite. There are several smart people here who do not feel as though they have to flaunt it and degrade others. Welcome to ZS, I hope you can learn to stick around!


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This mentality is what drew me to this website and has allowed so many people to talk about an important topic freely. Take away some of the "crazy survival talk," and add in something fun like zombies, and you can reach a different/wider group of people.


This. Nathat, that is the perfect distillation of everything that I find wonderfully quirky yet illuminating about ZS.

People who struggle with this just don't understand that here at Zombie Squad, we're not even really talking about zombies. Even when we're really talking about zombies.

We're not. Even when we are.

It's a zen thing.

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This mentality is what drew me to this website and has allowed so many people to talk about an important topic freely. Take away some of the "crazy survival talk," and add in something fun like zombies, and you can reach a different/wider group of people.


This. Nathat, that is the perfect distillation of everything that I find wonderfully quirky yet illuminating about ZS.

People who struggle with this just don't understand that here at Zombie Squad, we're not even really talking about zombies. Even when we're really talking about zombies.

We're not. Even when we are.

It's a zen thing.


What is the sound of a zombie meditating? There's a question for ya.

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Well, they do have a mantra...

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What is the sound of a zombie meditating? There's a question for ya.


Well, they do have a mantra...


"Must eat brainz" actually means "Food for thought"

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Hey! Zombies are real. There are several hundred of them masquerading as congressmen and senators. (not really a political post as I am picking on ALL politicians, not just one flavor)

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Re: how many of you think a zombie Apocalypse will never hap
Did anyone see the latest episode of Castle? Near the end of the program when Castle and Becket are surrounded by zombies you
can't tell me that some of you didn't think they were real. :)

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According to these guys, yes. With nano tech being the #1 cause.
http://www.cracked.com/article_15643_5-scientific-reasons-zombie-apocalypse-could-actually-happen.html

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And with this, Projo inadvertently brings this thread full circle. An excellent place for a Mod to step in and say this miserable thread has literally run its course, and put it down with extreme prejudice.

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And with this, Projo inadvertently brings this thread full circle. An excellent place for a Mod to step in and say this miserable thread has literally run its course, and put it down with extreme prejudice.
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Czechnology wrote:
Draug wrote:
jamoni wrote:
raptor wrote:
IMO anything is possible.
That said IMO the probability of a zombie outbreak is too remote to measure.

I would put the odds in the realm of winning the jackpot on 3 different Powerball lottery drawing (assuming no cheating or fixes) in a row using the same ticket numbers. Theoretically it is possible to do so, but not very likely.

This.
ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE. Literally anything. It is completely possible that any crazy thing that you can dream up will happen.
Why? Because we don't know what the prime mover is. We assume that the sun will come up tomorrow the same way it did today, because it probably will, to a very high degree of probability.
But it could turn into a giant chariot and scoot around drawing pictures in the sky.
That said, if someone wanted to put even money on whether we will or won't have zombies or giant sun chariots, I'm going to put my money on "business as usual."


That is true, none of us have indisputable facts regarding our origin and purpose. Many like to base their knowledge on a very famous, fictional book that has a four syllable title while the truely enlightened individuals are the ones who can just say, "I don't know". Our questions to many things remain unanswered but it seems highly unlikely that things we have found to be scientifically so, would suddenly change so drastically. Everyone is entitled to believe in whatever fantasy they choose. I don't wish to take that away from them. I too have fantasies of my own but none of them are so unrealistic that they involve science as we know it to be completely disregarded. I'm not going to worry about rocks and trees suddenly growing humanlike appendages and taking up arms against humanity. Some things are just not going to happen but if you wan't to believe they will--well, who am I to tell you otherwise?


Please avoid discussing religion, even in a veiled way, especially in such a dismissive, rude manner. It's one of the forum rules, along with politics.

viewtopic.php?f=44&t=19895


I don't see where he discussed religion at all. It must've been really subtle and clever, but I hear that's how those enlightened types roll these days. I probably didn't catch it because I'm one of the kinds of people he's talking about. No harm done, then. I guess it totally went over my concave, sloped head.

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