Plague Rat: An Outbreak Caused by a Stowaway

It all comes down to genetics – which determine blood proteins, aging and antibodies. It all comes down to the blood. The ongoing mutations of an already virulent virus – those are the real metaphorical 12 Monkeys, of the movie title. Ebola was originally spread by bat guano, in a cave and monkeys – different … Continue reading Plague Rat: An Outbreak Caused by a Stowaway

Virus World and Zombie Fictions

Viruses Zombies tend to operate using a rudimentary hive mind. The individual zombies aren't smart, but the virus's collective unconscious is – like a kudzu creeping vine or a mold colony – or the Mind Flayer, in Season 2, of Stranger Things. Misidentification of the zombies as simply expired or as having rabies, Ebola, Mad … Continue reading Virus World and Zombie Fictions

“primum, non nocere,” – Talking About the Lost Hatch

Good thing Boone went with Locke, and Jack went with Kate - otherwise the story of Lost: Season 1 would have been totally different. Boone wouldn't have died in the Beechcraft crash. Kate would have never been able to be manipulated, as much as Boone would have been. Kate felt established in the Losties’ tribe. … Continue reading “primum, non nocere,” – Talking About the Lost Hatch

Lost’s “Solitary:” Karma Hole

Said would be very good in the Gulf Wars version of Apocalypse Now, (not Jarhead, although that's also a good movie). The Men Who Stare at Goats also comes to mind. Intel and comms. In Survivor: Borneo, and other seasons, the tribe-mates eat rat. They're not eating rabbits on the Lost Island. Speaking of rodents, … Continue reading Lost’s “Solitary:” Karma Hole

Grey-scale

serial killers and aliens aliens are real the home of aliens the descendants of aliens aliens in Germany and Nazi rockets touched by the hand of an alien space travel and peak alien humanity manipulated by aliens the truth comes out between Nazis and aliens they broke into our world, and shifted history homeland in … Continue reading Grey-scale