I have been watching Grey's Anatomy since the show debuted back in 2005; think about that for a second, that show has been on the air for 12 years? Wow; and I know what you're thinking, what does Grey's Anatomy have to do with a zombie apocalypse? Give me a second, I'm getting there.

Let me put it like this, I've been watching Grey's for so long that if I ever needed to step up and save a life or determine that someone's chronic headaches were caused by something totally freakish like cysticercosis, I could do it.

And much like Grey's, I feel like I've watched enough episodes of The Walking Dead that I feel pretty confident that I could survive a zombie apocalypse; I mean how hard could it be?

According to WGN, it's actually pretty hard; so hard that our chance for survival is pretty much non-existent. Research published in the University of Leicester’s Journal of Physics Special Topics says that the human population would be trimmed down to 200 people in a little over three months, with zombies living an average of 20 days and infecting one human per day. That's if we don't put up a fight.

Soooo...what if we go all Rick Grimes on this 'lypse? Even if we fought back, we only have a 10% chance of killing just one zombie per day and they'd be completely gone after 1,000 days.