LE4dGOLEM wrote:I'm not entirely sure where your assumption that technology will disappear suddenly comes from, skellious.
Well my theory is that without power or fuel, cars, tractors, electronmicroscopes and the like will not, on the whole, be that useful...
Phrozt wrote:As someone who doesn't use paragraphs, you seriously should consider doing so...
I appologise profusely if my neglect of the paragraph hampered your enjoyment of my post and will endeavour to utilise the paragraphical devise in future postings.
Random832 wrote:Flaws in the nationalistic "UK as last holdout" idea aside, a more careful examination of assumptions reveals that a zombie apocalypse is likely to be either entirely global or confined to at worst one continent, depending on the initial parameters.
Can you blame me? Half the zombie films made in the US tend to see the USA as the last holdout. And it was more a case of , hey, we live on a small island... maybe zombies wont start in/migrate to here. However I appologise if it caused you any offence and feel free to allow the UK to fall to the might of the Horde.
BlackSails wrote:Who says zombies cant swim/march on the bottom on the ocean?
Well my point was not so much the ability or otherwise to cross an ocean, but rather the motive. Can zombies detect humans from more than a few hundered meters away (if not, why would they bother to cross ANY water course? they would not be aware of the existance of other lands.)? I think this needs to be investigated, can someone organise a team to research this?