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ROANOKE ZOMBIE LIFESPAN TEST

We’ve already established the likelihood that zombies can’t survive past the first level of decomposition (see: Fresh Stage Decay & The Zombie Lifespan).  Inspired by ...

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ZOMBIE ENDOSPORES FROM HELL

Following up on a previous post,  The Zombie Time Lag, ZRS Researcher, Doug Fulton, suggests that a span of hundreds of years might pass between ...

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ZOMBIE HEADHUNTERS OF ECUADOR

The primitive Jivaro people of the Ecuadorian Amazon are one of many headhunting cultures found throughout history, but what set them apart was their singular ...

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ZOMBIE VIRUS: AIRBORNE KILLER?

Reader Tim S. wanted to know what would happen if there were an airborne zombie virus.  The short answer is that it would likely spell ...

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ZOMBIE COLONY OF ROANOKE

ZOMBIE COLONY OF ROANOKE

In 1587, the colony of Roanoke was established on a small island along the coast of present-day North Carolina.  115 men and women eagerly arrived ...

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ARE ZOMBIE BRAINS MAGNETIZED?

We’ve already discussed the likelihood that zombie blood flows in order for many vital body functions to continue working (see: Zombie Ocular Hydration Theory).  Now ...

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DO ZOMBIES FREEZE IN COLD WEATHER?

DO ZOMBIES FREEZE IN COLD WEATHER?

Many existing theories suggest that zombie blood must flow through the body in some manner.  ZRS Researcher Kate Steinem started with this baseline when looking ...

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ZOMBIE BLOOD FLOW: SPREADING THE INFECTION

We’ve already discussed the possibility that zombie blood may flow through the body on its own (see: Zombie Blood Flow: Self Propulsion).  Now ZRS Researcher, ...

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ZOMBIE FINE MOTOR FUNCTION

It’s widely accepted that zombies possess gross motor skills, including the ability to lift their heads, rollover, sit up, balance on two legs, and walk.  ...

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MAYANS DESTROYED BY ZOMBIES?

At its height (250-900 AD), the Mayan Empire was one of the most densely populated and culturally dynamic societies in the world.  The city of ...

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