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  • The Biology of Zombies: A Primer – Part 3

    Part 3 Rabies Rabies is a virus that has struck at the heart of mans’ fear for centuries.  It still stirs those feelings today, even though we have vaccines that can prevent people from dying.  That is, if it is caught in time.  Once a human starts showing symptoms of rabies, it is too late […] More

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  • Zombies, Rodney King, and Muscle Decay

    A few days after Rodney king drowned to death, I was talking about his case with a friend of mine who is a former NYPD officer. While I am quick to defend the police when they are using justifiable force, as I believed they were at first, I made the argument that the beating quickly […] More

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    Natural Bug Repellent

    So you’ve made it out alive! You’re surviving in the harsh, unforgiving world of the zombie apocalypse. Fighting zombies and raiders, and searching for supplies. Always hunting for a safe place to sleep. Oh yea, and getting eaten alive by the booming insect population. Think about it, there would be dead bodies, general carnage, and […] More

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  • Common Edible Plants

    Say your stuck with no food and nowhere safe to scavenge. You’ve eaten your last meal bar and all the stores around you are overrun, raided, or there simply aren’t any of them. Now what do you do? I’ll tell you what, you start getting green. Having a basic knowledge of edible plant life, as […] More

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  • Differences Between Surviving Fast and Slow Zombies

    Differences Between Surviving Fast and Slow Zombies There are some fundamental differences between fast and slow zombies that one must be aware of before one may make a sensible contingency plan for an outbreak of either type of zombie. The “Fast Zombie” Controversy Many Zombie enthusiasts deny that the creatures depicted in 28 Days Later, […] More

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    Self-Sufficiency

    Self-Sufficiency. Introduction Most zombie survival plans entail at least some degree of scavenging. But really, how long will you be able to scavenge and hoard? Most food will last anywhere from a few days to a few months, though canned and dried goods will last years if stored properly. A lot of this depends on […] More

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