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Zombie Apocalypse - Could it Really Ever Happen?
LUCUS 1/26/2012

The word zombie instantly invokes mental images of stiff jointed, slow moving creatures that were once human, but have raised from the dead with an unstoppable hunger for human meat.

Initially made famous when brought to the big screen in George A. Romero's "Dead" series, there have been several spin off movies and books written about zombies. There are websites dedicated to zombie hunting and survival, you can buy a copy of the "Zombie Survival Guide" on Amazon, and Mossberg even markets a "Just-In-Case" emergency zombie survival kit which includes a 12 gauge shotgun.

Zombies were remade in new movies like "28 Days Later" and "Resident Evil", but this time there was a cause. Instead of zombies just coming back for no reason at all and slowly lumbering across the land in droves, these zombie were brought on by man made viruses, and could run and move just as fast as you. No longer could you sit and have a quick lunch while the zombies crossed the field, these zombies were meaner, leaner, human eating machines.

Zombies have now branched off into comedy movies like "Zombieland" and "Shaun of the Dead" with various tips on how to survive a zombie apocalypse like making sure you use the "Double Tap", and keeping your cardio in shape.

All of this is very cute, but what if, there is more to it than just gimmicks?


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How A Zombie Apocalypse May Unfold

Obviously for common sense reasons we know that the dead are never going to spring forth from their graves to consume the flesh of the living. Once the body of a human starts to decompose there is nothing that is going to reanimate that dead tissue. There is no virus that will magically cause all the ligaments to reattach and the muscles to gain strength again. It's just not going to happen that way. What if we think of the term "Dead" as meaning "Brain Dead" instead of cell dead?

We live in a world of 7 billion people and there is a very fine balance of food to person ratio that totally relies on seasons, weather, and agricultural success. Without the seasons being exactly the way they are now there would be total crop failure leading to mass starvation. 7 billion is a lot of people and it would take you about 217 years to count that high if you were counting 1 per second non stop. That's 7 billion hungry people that require a certain caloric intake every single day just to survive.

Enter the axis shift... The seasons of Earth depend on its spin on its axis and our orbit around the sun. It's all a very fine balance that the creatures of Earth, both plant and animal, have become accustomed to. Without this certain balance the world would be thrown into a tailspin. If you change either the axis tilt or the orbit not only are all seasons on earth going to be terribly disrupted, but also every living creature that relies on that balance to eat.

If there was an axis shift there would be great ruin cast upon Earth in the form of earthquakes, tsunamis, raging storms, gale force winds, volcanic eruptions, and overall pandemonium. After all the initial devastation would come the next phase of the calamity, starvation on a scale never witnessed or imagined in human history.

In the initial months after such an event all the remaining livestock that survived will be eaten up and horded. After all the livestock is gone guess what is the second most abundant source of meat on the planet? Human beings would become the next available source of protein as hordes of people are forced to cannibalism just to survive.

Kuru - The Human Version of Mad Cow Disease

We have all heard of mad cow disease which is a neurological brain disorder brought on by feeding cow bone meal back to cows essentially making them cannibals. Well there is a human disease called Kuru which is basically the same thing but it happens to people only.

Here is a short snip from Wikipedia about Kuru;

Kuru is an incurable degenerative neurological disorder that is a type of transmissible spongiform encephalopathy, caused by a prion found in humans. The term "kuru" derives from the Fore word "kuria/guria" ("to shake"),a reference to the body tremors that are a classic symptom of the disease; it is also known among the Fore as the laughing sickness due to the pathologic bursts of laughter people would display when afflicted with the disease. It is now widely accepted that Kuru was transmitted among members of the Fore tribe of Papua New Guinea via cannibalism.

Are you starting to see a bigger picture here?

Society breaks down and hordes of people are forced to result to cannibalism. A Kuru plague infects the cannibals distorting their thinking and making them crazy. Hungry, insane, destitute, they seek out whatever food they can get.

Then you have the fact that much of the population is either addicted to a prescription or illegal drug(s) that would be abruptly cut off if such an event were to take place. Alcoholics will be thrust into sobriety basically overnight. Many of these prescription drugs that people are on are so mind altering that you can not just cut them off cold turkey without major side effects. Toss in sleep deprivation, dehydration, starvation, exposure, overwhelming fear, hysteria, anxiety, delirium, anger, and post traumatic stress disorder and you have the seeds for a zombie apocalypse.

There may also be magnetic field fluctuations and failures leading to mass bombardment of sub atomic particles from space that could destroy neurological pathways in the human brain thus leading to further decay and hysteria.

Flash back 3,600 years ago to the time of the Tower of Babel story we remember that people "Forgot how to speak". That is eerily similar to many recent reporters talking gibberish on live TV. (Video Below)

Is a zombie apocalypse possible? I guess only time will tell.

 

 





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