John Beyette 
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Re: “Zombie attack in Miami: What you need to know

this article is very well researched and well written, although i have to admit don't believe in the supernatural, or any divine power of any kind at all.

the only thing i'd like to make not of, is that a virus, in particular is a ver inefficient means of transferece for any disease effect. You're absolutely right. Symptoms take a long time to manifest and by the time most virus infections become contagious, said infection in the individual has already been systemic for several days. Looking at historic plagues, epidemics and pandemics though, with the exception of the spanish flu outbreak during and immediately following WWI, all such instances have been bacterial and not viral. Bacteria do actually transfer and spread at an alarming rate with both symptoms and contagion being nearly instantaneous. Keep that in mind before dismissing the danger of a pathogen.

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Posted by John Beyette on May 29, 2012 at 12:08 AM
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