Zombies: scientific argument

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Re: Zombies: scientific argument

Postby HD Cerberus » 06 Aug 2011, 01:21

What's your point? I thought the argument was about whether or not Zombies could be possible from a scientific point of view, not whether or not they would succeed in overrunning the population.

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Re: Zombies: scientific argument

Postby Merostomata » 06 Aug 2011, 01:24

It depends on what you mean by the term zombie.
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Re: Zombies: scientific argument

Postby The Ghost » 06 Aug 2011, 01:43

OK, I know I am not a mod, but the mods have been actively participating in this flame war, so I appeal to Joe his own self to end this.
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Re: Zombies: scientific argument

Postby Merostomata » 06 Aug 2011, 02:01

Uh... what part of this is a flame war, again? I mean, yes, there have been times where some people have been rather rude, which was regrettable, but I don't see how this all is a flame war.
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Re: Zombies: scientific argument

Postby HD Cerberus » 06 Aug 2011, 03:54

I would have called it a heated debate. O.o At least most of the arguments are fairly well thought out, even if I personally consider quite a few of them to be fairly unlikely.

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Re: Zombies: scientific argument

Postby ummm24 » 06 Aug 2011, 15:26

I didn't throw magic into the pile. I said divine magic.
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Re: Zombies: scientific argument

Postby Keter » 07 Aug 2011, 03:53




I've read both before posting, they said a lot of truths, but they've made a few mistakes too. What I wanted to say is that at least ONE kind of zombie outbreak can happen and many zombie outbreak theories are wrong.

ummm24 wrote:I didn't throw magic into the pile. I said divine magic.

OFF-TOPIC: If i'm not mistaken necromancy is an arcane school in D&D isn't it ? :D

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Re: Zombies: scientific argument

Postby ummm24 » 07 Aug 2011, 12:10

'ancy' means works of magic in latin, and 'necro' ofcourse means dead. Put 'em togeter and you get dead magic. Wait, wah?
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Re: Zombies: scientific argument

Postby Kevak » 07 Aug 2011, 14:52

Dead Magic, The Magic of the Dead.
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Re: Zombies: scientific argument

Postby Happy Demon » 08 Aug 2011, 02:57

Grammar is different in different languages.
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That often leads to mistranslations, and grammar errors.
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