quote: who wants to be restrained for an extended period of time?
quote: Given the slow progression of the disease, I tend to think that it is not a virus at all.
quote: I highly doubt it. What would be the point of a bio-weapon that targets children?
quote: A weapon that targets non-combatants would be pretty ineffective in a conflict.
quote: Rabies is a neurotropic virus that affects the mind of animals and humans. A neurotropic virus is one that attacks the nerves, so not all of them affect the brain. Polio is a neurotropic virus. When I read the symptoms, rabies is the first disease I thought of because of what it does. These viruses are very serious. I just wonder if it is an old disease mutated, a new virus strain, or a bacterial infection.
quote: Secondary symptoms include confusion, hallucinations, lack of attention, ataxia, and seizures.
quote: It could not possibly be CJD as the incubation period is 30-50 years.
quote: Good job DT, way to sensationalize the suffering of these people by calling the affected children "zombies" and drawing completely unwarranted parallels to Resident Evil.
quote: P.S. your choice of title/pictures are a tad tasteless and indifferent to human suffering.
quote: I wound't go as far as to say that the article was insensitive, though I did get the impression that you enjoyed having an excuse to make gratuitous use of the word "zombie" in a nonfictional context.
quote: violent behavior
quote: From what I have read, only an estimated 10-15% of victims have ever behave violently towards other people. In all of the other articles on the web and in print that I have including CDC documentation, the word "violent" is use exclusively as an adjective to describe the nature of the convulsions that the victims experience.
quote: Your comment fails to note that the children are also setting fires, killing numerous people in the process.
quote: onto these people that they simply don't share
quote: not a lot of people will like my opinion.
quote: you guys default to "it's overpopulated, tons of humans simply need to die,"
quote: instead of activating some brain cells, looking in to their problems, and seeing that if they tackled governance problems
quote: adopted best-practices in farming and embarked on a range of market reforms, Africa could easily take care of itself.