I’m not sure why this question comes up as frequently as it does, but it’s something that seems to be on the minds of many zombie fans. From a theoretical standpoint, I’d […]
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Feminine hygiene products: Important for men and women
During a recent Zombie Research Society seminar focusing on helping women plan and prepare for a zombie apocalypse a lot of time was spent talking about tampons and how women can make […]
Zombies on ice
Human being are endothermic, or warm blooded. Our bodies generate their own heat allow us to survive in temperatures where cold-blooded creatures cannot. Still, if the body gets too cold a condition […]
Eye spy, a look at zombie vision
An interesting trait often assigned to zombies in fiction is a keen sense of sight. I believe, however, there are several factors that would make the opposite more likely. The first is […]
Daryl Dixon’s got the right idea
From the first moment he was seen onscreen the character of Daryl Dixon, played by Norman Reedus, has captivated fans of The Walking Dead. There are many factors that play into this […]
Running zombies? Not so fast!
Will zombies be fast or slow? With the release of 28 Days Later in 2002, director Danny Boyle introduced a new type of zombie into the popular culture. This type of zombie […]
Defending yourself in the zombie apocalypse
What is the best zombie weapon? This is a common question and the subject of much debate among zombie preppers. The truth is there is no one best weapon for anything; that’s […]
Beans, bullets or bandages?
Which is more important in a zombie apocalypse: beans, bullets or bandages? This is a question that gets asked more often than I think it needs to because on its face it […]
Are zombies real?
As a “prepper” and zombie enthusiast I get asked this question a lot. Or sometimes, I get asked, “You don’t really think zombies can happen, do you?” My stock answer is: No […]