This is an article that I found interesting that relates to our discussion on Epidemiology. Since last August, this was the first time that a virtual virus has infected a virtual human being in a manner resembling an actual epidemiological event. This has open up the field of Epidemiology with scientists now perhaps able to use certain virtual models to answer questions such as How many people will run away from a quarantine? Will they become more or less co-operative if they are scared? instead of being limited to punching in numbers in math models. Here's the link to the article is anyone is interested.