Vampire Apocalypse Calculator

How to survive a Vampire Apocalypse with science?

Here's a geeky tool for Halloween that lets you calculate chances of Humans against Vampires. (There are very few). Recruiting more slayers can help, but not when the Vampire food supplies are walking around shopping at Tesco every weekend. Go crazy!
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You are great, guys! I love your product!
@ivan_burban So nice to hear that! @mateusz_mucha and @dominik_czernia take a bow!
@ivan_burban Thank you, Ivan :-)
Happy Halloween Hunters! It's time to join the Slayer Army. The amazing Dominik Czernia, a Nuclear Physics Ph.D. student from Krakow and a big sucker for vampires (pun intended) just built this Vampire Apocalypse Calculator based on a mathematical study on differential equations. It features some preset scenarios from famous fiction novels, inspired by Bram Stoker's Dracula, Stephen King's Salem's Lot and Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles among many more. BUT HOLD ON...THE FUN HAS JUST BEGUN. You can even imagine a vampire scenario, set yourself a problem and see if you can find a solution using one or all of the different vampire models. For example, suppose you’re a single vampire in a city of one million people. Can you create a family of vampires that survive without wiping out the humans? How big can your family get? What happens if vampire slayers rise up to stop you? Or are you building the slayer army? it's up to you. Czernia's calculator lets you DESIGN DIFFERENT TYPES OF VAMPIRES, put them in different situations and find out whether they can survive without killing off their human food supply. In other words, if you like vampires, you can have a bloody good time with this calculator. This is his collaboration with The Omni Calculator Project, there are around 892 more fun, free and simple tools to geek out.
@farhan_khan23 Salem's Lot was one of the first books I read that actually terrified me. I loved it! Maybe time for a reread. 🧛🏻‍♀️
@ejsnowdon I would also recommend Interview with the Vampire by Anne Rice :))
@farhan_khan23 read it :) I love a Vampire read. Made a li'l collection a while back, let me know any I should add
@ejsnowdon You must add 'Carmilla' by Sheridan Le Fanu to that list, an old one but still a female vampire as protagonist might pique some interest.
@farhan_khan23 oh great! Thanks for the tip I've not read that one yet and I am years overdue a new vampire read. :)
Hahaha what are you guys doing??? This is amazing lol. @farhan_khan23 @dominik_czernia @mateusz_mucha great work! :)
This is so satisfying. I have been playing around with it and it seems like they cracked never ending possibilities. Perfect halloween geekiness!
It's really nice to play with distopic futures, love it!