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iPAD TO CAUSE A ZOMBIE PLAGUE?

Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) is a seemingly inexplicable global honeybee epidemic that was first discovered in 2006.  Baffled scientists have blamed everything from tiny mites ...

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DARPA TO PREDICT ZOMBIE PLAGUE

Wired Magazine reports that the research and development arm of the U.S. Department of Defense, DARPA,  is creating a “prophetic almanac” that can warn of ...

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NEW MEXICO ZOMBIE OUTBREAK

One of the most advanced tribes in early North American history was the Anasazi people of Chaco Canyon, New Mexico.  They thrived for hundreds of ...

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INSOMNIAC ZOMBIES STAY DUMB

INSOMNIAC ZOMBIES STAY DUMB

A new study from Harvard University strongly suggests that sleep enhances memory and learning in  humans, and this finding has major implications for zombie research.  ...

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U.S. NAVY TO FIGHT ZOMBIES WITH BIOFUELS

We’ve previously noted that the first sign of an undead threat will destroy the modern supply chain.  Everything from bananas to bottled water will vanish ...

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ZOMBIES LOVE LINKED NETWORKS

It’s always been thought that linking networks together spreads risk over a greater area, thereby making each individual part of the structure less likely to ...

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ZOMBIES COULD HAVE NIGHT VISION

Some snakes use specialized holes in their heads, called pit organs, to “see” the heat radiating from their prey.  Once thought to be an unexplainable ...

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"UNDEAD" ANIMAL DISCOVERED

Skeptics often point to the widely held belief that zombies don’t breathe as proof of their impossibility.  They note that in all of human history, ...

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ZOMBIES US MEMORY TO LEARN

A recent study at Carnegie Mellon University showed that humans and other animals use real and hypothetical memory to help make basic decisions.  When applied ...

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ZOMBIE SKELETON FOUND IN ITALY?

Archeologists excavating ancient Roman ruins recently uncovered a mysterious lead coffin weighing almost 1,000 pounds.  Not only is the metal slab bizarrely heavy, but its ...

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