Ive been posting this all over, here's another: http://22.214.171.124/south_asia/4483241.stm.htm
I'm still not sure if I want to really wrap my head around it, but zombies are really real. Considering further testing as a boilogical warfare agent, this is really scary.
I don't think that the BBC would use something like that as an April Fools joke. They are a well respected news agency and I would like to belive that the BBc wouldn't use a posible pandemic so irresponcibly, not after SARS and the Bird Flu scares. Zombieism would cauce a world wide panic because there are more people like us that undrestand the danger of an out break. Besides, they said that the heart and other organs restarted. For a prank, they would've used traditional Z symptoms or something similar to them. If it was a joke, I feel they would've let everyone know it was on April 2 at the latest. As I said earlier, it would be irresponsible not to reveal this as a prank. Any way, what fun is a joke if you don't tell the punch line?
I've done some research on this. There are alot of ppl saying this is a hoax, but if you click on a link on the page, it takes you to another BBC news story. On the BBC web site right now they are talking about identifying hairs that could belong to a YETI(!) or aka the Abomitable Snowman from India! Check it out!http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/7525060.stm My point is why would ppl believe that they are trying to prove a yeti exists but laugh at the possibility of a so far unstoppable super virius that is 100% fatal once contracted ( known example: AIDS!) and that alters human life. There are numerous examples in nature. On that comes to mind is a wasp that stings a certian part of a cockroach's brain, trims the roach's antenna, leads it back to the wasp's nest where the roach stays there not trying to run, while the wasp lays an egg on it and the larva, upon hatching, burrows into the wasp and eats it alive!
The ppl who say the Quan'sul outbreak is a hoax because the web address doesn't match the BBC's. What if some one found this artical, saved it, then reposted it on a site they made so if the governments made the BBC remove the story, it would still exist on the net.
The possibility of it being sustainable is quite beyond our grasp at this time, really. And if it does happen to be only temporary, why are they able to pursue us for such long periods of time? The Cambodian outbreak is a scary one at that, and if researchers get too ahead of themselves trying to "Improve the Quality of Life" they might think it needs to last more than just two hours and try mutations, or other forms of slower cell replication, which could cause loss of most brain and motor functions, only increasing the length of time it could potentially be around...Making the perfect "movie" zombie... I fear none of us who take it seriously, or know what to do will be around when the outbreak actually takes off...
I think genetic manipulation of the malaria pathogen is beyond question; we know without being told that further experimentation was undergone. Whether it was the cambodians, or our own government after confiscating it from the cambodians, may make a big difference. I will investigate this further and see what I can dig up.
Without proper security bypasses or having an inside man, I highly doubt any of us could get the real story behind what happened with the research or if they've gotten anywhere. So, investigate all you want, but we need to stop sitting at our computers using google as our investigative tool, and actually take action to find out what's going on right infront of our own noses. There needs to be a team...At least two for every state of true believers dedicated to finding real information.
where i live the outbreak was caused by chemicals getting into our vegitation and people eating it soon after the army came and tried to kill the undead the zombies hide in the mountains now they stqalk us at night the goverment wont let us leave