Technical Difficulties

by Spooky Bill on March 8, 2012

Thank you all for watching, and thank you for being patient! If you are wondering what the heck is taking so long with the next episodes; truth is my computer died. I really enjoy making the videos but until I get the computer fixed (more likely replaced) I have no way to edit them. So [...]

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PotLD 11: RetroVirus!

by Spooky Bill on July 18, 2011

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In this episode I discuss a unique type of virus called a Retrovirus. I also discuss Proviruses and Endogenous Retroviruses.    

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PotLD 10: Viruses

March 21, 2011
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In this episode of Pathophysiology of the Living Dead we talk about viruses and their defenses against the immune system! This is the first in a series of episodes where we talk about the pathogens suggested to be causative of the zombie plague. I also correct a mistake I made in Episode 9. Are you [...]

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PotLD SwAG!

March 6, 2011

I had fun playing with shirts and stuff at Zazzle! Check out the side bar or go over to Pathophysiology of the Living Dead’s Zazzle store! Artwork is by Tom Steves. I’ll be wearing one at Horror Hound Weekend, will you?

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Zombie Science

January 26, 2011

Welcome to the new home of Pathophysiology of the Living Dead! PotLD.com is just one of the many exciting changes to come! I’m still working on the overall look of the site, so if you have any tips or suggestions PLEASE feel free to comment below. The web header is courtesy of a really cool [...]

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PotLD 9: The Walking Dead Virus Exposed?

December 1, 2010
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Trouble with the Blip.tv embedded video? Watch this episode on YouTube! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usLAcGF7kB8 Episode 5 of AMC’s the Walking Dead revealed a glimpse at what we can only assume to be the Zombie makin’ virus. We break down what we see in the microscope.

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