How Scientists Will Be Responsible for the Zombie Apocolypse

I’ve been giving robots a lot of attention as of late, but stumbled across this somewhat old but highly educational article about zombies on  The article goes into great detail describing 5 different zombie producing scenarios that could probably definitely will happen.  My favorite is the last scenario which describes how nano-cyborgs (most likely to be the iCyborg debuting from Apple this fall) will take over your brain and shut down many of your advanced human functions.  Here are the highlights:

  • Scientists have already created a nano-cyborg, by fusing a tiny silicone chip to a virus.  And they still fucking function for up to 1 month after dying.  Fact.
  • According to studies, within a decade they’ll have nanobots that can crawl inside your brain and set up neural connections to replace damaged ones.  Give up by advanced brain function to cyborg/zombies that mad scientists created?  Where do I sign up!!
  • Some day there will be nanobots in your brain. Those nanobots will be programmed to keep functioning after you die. They can form their own neural pathways, meaning they can use your brain to keep operating your limbs after you’ve deceased and, presumably, right up until you rot to pieces in mid-stride.
  • The nanobots will likely attempt to move to a living host in an act of self preservation.  They most reasonable method is biting sexually charged teens barricaded in the local mall.

Read the whole article on  There are 4 other theories listed too.  This one was my favorite though 🙂


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