Zombie Squid Explained – ATP at Play

I’ve been thinking a lot about the Madore brothers latest scientific paper, The Physics of Zombies III: Madore’s Rules of Zombie Photosynthetic Vitality, and how ATP plays a role in reanimating a zombie’s cells to keep them active. It seems that this video adds some evidence that the paper might be on to something. Discovery News explains how a popular dish in Japan, the dancing squid, manages to move even though the squid is dead.

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3 Responses to Zombie Squid Explained – ATP at Play

  1. Morgan says:

    WOW! Great theory brought to life! Seeing this, really solidifies the fact that a human being can most certainly be animated through any number of means, including fungi, viruses or even something a little more complex such as…spraying soy sauce on us. ;)

    Great video! Thanks for this!

  2. David says:

    That’s really the key we have in the paper, keeping the voltage across the membranes up – you need to get the electron load correct to keep pumping/forming ATP. Nifty!

  3. David says:

    Hot damn! Great video! Going to go share this! :)

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