a zombie could be many types of moving or thinking. they could just beat you to death or eat you either way your'e ****** ;)
Jun 15 2012, 4:18 PM EDT by
most of you have it wrong, a zombie cannot 'want' to eat your brains that would imply thinking.
Jan 11 2012, 2:03 AM EST by
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Oct 29 2011, 11:27 AM EDT by
Sweet and Simple
Any enemy, or nonfriendly force that poses a threat to general survival and livelyhood after major natural disaster or attack that rends Society defunct and in a state of anarchy.
What is a Zombie?
"A zombie is a creature that appears in books, films and popular culture. It is typically a reanimated corpse, or a human being who is being controlled by someone else by use of magic. More recent stories have used a pandemic illness to explain th
Jun 26 2012, 12:53 PM EDT by
Underwater Zombie Hunt
If the zombies turn out to be max brooks style zombies then they can move around under water then acording to him there might be a need to hunt them down hunder water, in one of his books "the zombie survival guide" he talks about how to do this. What are your opinions on this and do you think that its reasonable. The reason I ask is beacuse it would probably be me who would be undertaking the mission since I have a scuba diving license.
Aug 2 2010, 9:11 AM EDT by
my car choice
i would pick a mini van because they have alot of little compartments. and 4 rows of seats that can be used as beds or to store stuff
Jan 11 2009, 8:44 PM EST by
How could they move?
I may have just missed the part in the Zombie Survival Guide, but i dont believe max brooks explained how a zombie could even twitch a muscle without bloodflow. a circulatory system is CRUCIAL to the function of every body system, and no matter whether the brain is oxygen-independent the muscles still require oxygen, glucose, protein and several other nutrients to continue moving. many people think of the muscles as just a large mass, however, they are in fact a large amount of pulsating cells that need nutrients to live. so, a max brooks zombie could simply not function, because he states that the digestive and circulatory system do not work. very simply put, a reanimated zombie would definitely need a circulatory, digestive, and cardiovascular system to function. this also brings into question the importance of the head shot. it wouldn't be necessary with the possibility of bleeding them to death. a shot to the heart or an arterial cut could kill them.
Dec 1 2008, 9:06 PM EST by
i live in indiana,
this is filming for a movie that didnt make it to the big screens,
it was turned away by the critics
Jun 10 2008, 10:37 AM EDT by