History Fridge / TwentyEightDaysLater

12th Dec '16 1:02:01 PM AFP
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* ''{{Film/28WeeksLater}}'s'' plot hinges on the existence of at least one asymptomatic infectee (well, that, and [[IdiotPlot remarkably poor decision-making]]). There's no guarantee that there was ''only'' one, or that others might not have successfully escaped into the countryside or out of the country.

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* ''{{Film/28WeeksLater}}'s'' ''{{Film/Twenty Eight Weeks Later}}'s'' plot hinges on the existence of at least one asymptomatic infectee (well, that, and [[IdiotPlot remarkably poor decision-making]]). There's no guarantee that there was ''only'' one, or that others might not have successfully escaped into the countryside or out of the country.
12th Dec '16 1:01:21 PM AFP
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* ''{{Film/28WeeksLater}}'s'' plot hinges on the existence of at least one asymptomatic infectee (well, that, and [[IdiotPlot remarkably poor decision-making]]). There's no guarantee that there was ''only'' one, or that others might not have successfully escaped into the countryside or out of the country.
18th Apr '16 6:12:01 AM Sharlee
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* Just what were the researchers, or those funding their experiments, planning to do with their "cure" for anger, if it ''had'' worked as intended? An entire planet of StepfordSmilers, perhaps? HappinessInSlavery?

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* Just what were the researchers, or those funding their experiments, planning to do with their "cure" for anger, if it ''had'' worked as intended? An entire planet of StepfordSmilers, StepfordSmiler nation, perhaps? HappinessInSlavery?
18th Apr '16 6:11:44 AM Sharlee
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* Just what were the researchers, or those funding their experiments, planning to do with their "cure" for anger, if it ''had'' worked as intended? An entire planet of StepfordSmiler{s}, perhaps? HappinessInSlavery?

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* Just what were the researchers, or those funding their experiments, planning to do with their "cure" for anger, if it ''had'' worked as intended? An entire planet of StepfordSmiler{s}, StepfordSmilers, perhaps? HappinessInSlavery?
18th Apr '16 6:11:27 AM Sharlee
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* Just what were the researchers, or those funding their experiments, planning to do with their "cure" for anger, if it ''had'' worked as intended? An entire planet of StepfordSmiler{s}, perhaps? HappinessInSlavery?
13th Oct '15 7:35:16 AM Lightice
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*** The infected are perfectly capable of starving to death, no matter how much they may eat. As they explicitly said in the film, they don't work or farm. There's only so much food to go around before it runs out and/or spoils. When the easily accessible food sources run out, there's nothing for the infected to turn, and they just starve to death.
22nd May '15 1:18:44 AM Drscarcilier
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* In the infected child scene as mentioned above, one could hear the infected child scream "I hate you". Could this mean the infected could be atleast semi-sentient and/or intelligent and are just consumed by rage to stop killing everything?
10th Feb '14 4:39:27 PM kazhulhu
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** Viruses of that sort normally end in the death of the infectee. The Rage virus leaves them alive to continue to spread the virus until their death, presumably. In real life, there have been cases where viruses and/or diseases become more deadly in higher population densities. A smaller population density would by necessity have the virus reproduce slower or have a larger incubation period or it would die out without spreading itself. In a larger population density, the virus can be allowed to kill as quickly as it can so it can spread to as many as possible before the host dies.


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** Viruses of that sort normally end in the death of the infectee. The Rage virus leaves them alive to continue to spread the virus until their death, presumably. In real life, there have been cases where viruses and/or diseases become more deadly in higher population densities. A smaller population density would by necessity have the virus reproduce slower or have a larger incubation period or it would die out without spreading itself. In a larger population density, the virus can be allowed to kill as quickly as it can so it can spread to as many as possible before the host dies.
10th Feb '14 4:37:36 PM kazhulhu
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**Viruses of that sort normally end in the death of the infectee. The Rage virus leaves them alive to continue to spread the virus until their death, presumably. In real life, there have been cases where viruses and/or diseases become more deadly in higher population densities. A smaller population density would by necessity have the virus reproduce slower or have a larger incubation period or it would die out without spreading itself. In a larger population density, the virus can be allowed to kill as quickly as it can so it can spread to as many as possible before the host dies.
21st Dec '13 9:55:41 PM SharleeD
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* All those dead bodies in the building near the gas trunk they refueled from, and just ''one'' infected child in the whole place. What, were all those people his loved ones and couldn't bring themselves to fight back, even as he ripped them apart?
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