So, I got around to thinking about all the movies coming out about a post apocalyptic world, (or the verge of one) and the populous is infected with some kind of zombie virus. From the movie 'I am Legend' to 'World War Z', we have been plagued by movies theorizing our demise. But the question is, could we actually survive this world? There is a vast over population in the world, and a virus would almost surly wipe out civilization. But there stands this: The immune. How many would statistically be immune to such a horrible virus, and how many wouldn't be? And the life expectancy (adding in lack of food, power, shelter and places to hide depending on the virus), how long would someone live? and quality of life, would it be worth it? My opinion: No. I do not imagine any human being will have survived passed the first month of the outbreak. There is just too many humans and other creatures who could carry the virus to survive, and the stress of finding food and other needs for life while staying away from flesh eating zombies would be too much. I mean, looking up the estimated population of Earth, you are looking at well over seven billion people. throw just a handful of infected people in to the population, and it spells disaster. Since we have so many people here in the world, one person wouldn't be hard to transfer an awful disease to. Spreading from one person to the next (bacterial) and triple that if it is airborne, you've got a whole lot of walkers. I think if something like that were to shake the world, I think that it wouldn't last very long.