Oh the things we learn when we skim through forensic medicine textbooks for a living. Apparently, there is a phenomenon called “postmortem luminescence.” And it should make zombie movies both less and more frightening.
When the zombie apocalypse strikes, will you be ready? How can you prepare now to survive the undead onslaught? We got the inside scoop from the Green Light Anti-Zombie Squad, a group that's dedicated to protecting you from zombie attacks. Here are 10 practical tips on how to survive an encounter with the walking dead.
Where should you flee when the inevitable zombie apocalypse pops off? A group of statistical mechanics students at Cornell University did the legwork and came up with a pretty appealing answer, since it happens to be a place we'd like to visit anyway: the Rocky Mountains.
This headline isn't the set up for a joke (although I obviously welcome your punchlines in the comments); it's a real question. Is there a neuroscientific basis for the prototypic zombie's lumbering gait?
The Pentagon isn't letting a little thing like zombies not existing get in the way of their emergency preparedness. The US military has cooked up a plan that would come in handy if the dead happened to rise from their graves to attack the living.
Flash one light, and the mouse goes on the prowl, zombielike, stalking any prey in its path. Flash another, and it delivers a killing blow with its teeth. The mouse doesn’t hunt out of hunger—scientists are in control.
You may have heard of Marvel Zombies, but have you heard of Pokemon Zombies? Now that is one scary thought indeed, however, artist JR Coffron III has brought that idea to life with hisPokemonstrosities .
A team of Cornell University researchers focusing on a fictional zombie outbreak as an approach to disease modeling suggests heading for the hills, in the Rockies, to save your 'braains' from the 'undead.'...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Reuters) - A Nashville-area haunted house is getting into the Christmas spirit this weekend, with Zombie Santa, his undead elves and one demonic reindeer going on the attack for fun and
Movie posters for the 1932 horror film White Zombie featured an excerpt from the Haitian Criminal Code as proof that the country "recognizes the existence of Zombies" and punishes practitioners of this "necromancy" with the death penalty.
Judging by how crazy things are about to get in Kansas, chances are that Dorothy and Toto would do just almost anything to get back to Oz. Even revive the Wicked Witch of the East and have her turn them into her slaves.
Well, In the Flesh isn't wasting any time in tearing at our heartstrings. This episode dives into post-traumatic stress disorder, school violence, self-loathing, veteran underemployment, illness, and indentured servitude—and that's all before the final, shocking moments.
Eau De Death: Zombie Repellent for the Apocalypse OhGizmo! Shows like The Walking Dead give a glimpse of the future that could be in the case of a zombie apocalypse. Doesn't look like a bright future, does it?
While some scientists fritter away their time searching for extraterrestrial life, two astronomers have performed a genuine public service for Earth by calculating the likely number of nearby planets inhabited by the undead.
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