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Wesleyan_Hendrix said: In explaining this bite, scratch, fluid, zombie thing; this only goes for this show. If you are iin a world full of dead bodies walking around i could not even fathom the different types of bad bacterias and microbes that are flying around in the world at large. That saidd my wife is also a nurse and we have had these conversations at length and have come to the point of if you are bitten or scratched you instently open yourself up to these bateria, or microbes, or even microphages that are swirling around and since your body is probably over taxed with the way you eat and live; it is safe to say your immune system is not quite up to par. There for, you die from the infection from the wound and then the actual virus reanimates the body with really the sole purpose to spread said virus. Something a lot of virus actually do. If they had someone who knew the ins and outs of infections they could probably save someone from dying who had been bitten, but they would need a very steriale inviroment and hard core anti-biotics just to give them a chance. Also, in regards to your fences are friends comment; you are absolutely corect although after almost a year of malnutrition and constantly on the run it is safe to assume that the human brain is not quit processing these events correctly; not to mention the shear emotional trauma that they have indored. The grief-resistance or stress scale for most people dicates how much our own bodies and minds are affected by things like grief and stress. Most people should not make any decisions for 3 months after a loved one has died; that is one of the highest on the scale. Other things such as moving, changing jobs, and getting married are also major things on this scale. So, these individuals worlds have been destroyed, the whole world. i can not even imagine what kind of toll that would have on the human psychy but in fathoming a guess; I would say that their judgement would be permentaly damaged and would never view the dangers, that we all clearly see as well as the appropriate course of action, as accuratly as they appear.