Upvoted at the reasonable scientific content, kept it when it got fucking horrifying and yet still plausible
Date: 29 Jan 2013 06:24
Number of posts: 16
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I didn't really care for this. I think. I'm not sure.
Seemed too… realistic. Non-anomalous.
Like, this could be a real bug, and it could do exactly that.
I don't know.
I downvoted, but I'm conflicted about that.
The process seems, as far as I can tell, to defy conservation of mass. Mass literally vanishes from withing an affected subject, which is impossible with the most advanced technology, nevermind normal insects.
Also, to a lesser extent, these don't progress past the larval stage; which is anomalous, even if it isn't supernatural.
There's something about this that I just can't… stomach. Not sure what.
In 35% of cases, these micro-stomachs will also begin to spread to the esophagus and lungs of the subject, effectively drowning them in gastric acid.
I'm out, have your +1, we will never speak of this again.