This bullshit begins: Twitter goes frenzy as Russians researchers discover ‘zombie’ virus
The new findings by a group of French scientists have alarmed of the onset of another outbreak as they rediscovered a 48,500-year-old zombie virus buried, under a frozen lake in Russia.
Yes, you heard that right! Zombies? ‘Gen Z’ is quite familiar with the term as we have enough in our platter to understand what mayhem a zombie can cause. And if those who belong to us (Gen Z) are still unaware of the term, binge-watch ‘All of Us Are Dead’ or ‘Train to Busan.’
Speaking of the new viral study – helmed by microbiologist Jean-Marie Alempic from the French National Center for Scientific Research – claims, ‘situation would be much more disastrous in the case of a plant, animal or human diseases with the revival of an ancient unknown virus.’
Aix-Marseille University professor Jean-Michel Claverie, the study’s co-author, warned the medical authorities about the lack of significant updates and claimed that the original research (in 2014 & 2015), which suggests ‘zombie viruses’ not a public health threat, is ‘wrong.’
After studying the live cultures, scientists concluded that all ‘zombie viruses’ have the potential to be infectious and a ‘health threat.
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Since the news of the new ‘zombie’ viruses broke out, Twitter was flooded with unique memes taking a sly dig at the possibility of the apocalypse of humankind. Check out how the world reacted to the news, which could turn the most horrific zombie scripts the reality.
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