Belated Halloween post – vampire maths

Written By: - Date published: 12:42 pm, November 10th, 2007 - 3 comments
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ethimiou-table1-01.jpgVampires can’t exist.

It turns out that their existence would contradict ours.

Here’s the maths to prove it:

“Let us assume that a vampire need feed only once a month. This is certainly a highly conservative assumption, given any Hollywood vampire film. Now, two things happen when a vampire feeds. The human population decreases by one and the vampire population increases by one. Let us suppose that the first vampire appeared in 1600 c.e… [read on]”

While you’re there don’t miss the goss on ghosts (they can’t walk) or the low-down on zombies (they’re poisoned but probably not dead).

(Via Arts & Letters Daily)

3 comments on “Belated Halloween post – vampire maths”

  1. But you haven’t taken account of Buffy. She keeps the numbers down!

  2. r0b 2

    It’s always a mistake to fail to take account of Buffy.

    Favourite episode? “Once more, with feeling”. No contest.

  3. Yeah that was an amazing episode.

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