September 29, 2009

Put yer nerd goggles on

It's early enough in the morning, I'm betting very few of you are too drunk to understand this, unless you're still recovering from last night.

The survival probability of immobile targets annihilated by a population of random walkers on inhomogeneous discrete structures, such as disordered solids, glasses, fractals, polymer networks, and gels, is analytically investigated. It is shown that, while it cannot in general be related to the number of distinct visited points as in the case of homogeneous lattices, in the case of bounded coordination numbers its asymptotic behavior at large times can still be expressed in terms of the spectral dimension d-tilde and its exact analytical expression is given. The results show that the asymptotic survival probability is site-independent of recurrent structures (d-tilde <=2), while on transient structures (d-tilde >2) it can strongly depend on the target position, and such dependence is explicitly calculated.
If you are too drunk, here's a simpler explanation.

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September 27, 2009

Stupid question of the day

Is this game too violent for a 7 year old?

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September 25, 2009

Braaaaaaaaaaaaains!

Purrrrrrrrrrrrr.

funny pictures of cats with captions

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September 23, 2009

In depth content



I'll just be over there with that carton of cigarettes for a bit.

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Why, yes!

They do have zombie clowns!

Below the fold to protect alexthechick's delicate eyes.

Update: You may not like clowns, but how do you feel about Teletubbies?  Unfortunately, only for PC.


more...

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September 17, 2009

More training aids

For the upcoming zombie apocalypse, of course.  No, alex, there are no clowns there.  At least not on that page.  I'm thinking that clown pictures might make a good training aid, though.

(h/t)

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Just what you wanted to wake up to



Fearnet has a Zombieland photo gallery up.  It's full of awesome.

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September 15, 2009

Zombie Girl: The Movie

Just in case you were one of the ten people who saw Pathogen, the documentary about its making is screening in Ottawa, Overland Park, and New York City this weekend.


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September 11, 2009

Someone needs a punch in the dick

What is it about visionary filmmakers named George who become utter douches in their later years?

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September 08, 2009

Toronto citizens taking zombie threat seriously

Good to see a Zombie Disposal Squad is being assembled, especially in a large metropolitan area, as outbreaks can spiral out of control very quickly in a city.

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September 06, 2009

Carnivals and grenade launchers

I am so hoping there are scary clown zombies in this campaign...


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September 03, 2009

"a blood covered zombie shirt hiding amongst the stock"

George Romero is now twitting.

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