Is it too soon to add Zombie Risk to our heat maps?

According to researchers at two Ottawa universities who modeled a zombie attack using biological assumptions based on popular zombie movies, “classic” slow-moving zombies could take over our cities in under a week. (The “nimble, intelligent creatures” would take a few days less I imagine.)

And while we can all laugh this one off and conclude that at best Zombie Risk would be in the upper corner or our heat map (Extremely Unlikely and Catastrophic), a zombie “plague” in fact resembles any sort of lethal, rapidly spreading infection.

Where are those H1N1 sort of risks on your heat maps?

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You can read more about this at http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/8206280.stm

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