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ZOMBIES FACE FEAR WITH VIOLENCE

It’s widely believed that zombies don’t react defensively when attacked.  If true, new findings out of Italy suggest that this odd behavior may have more ...

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SCANNING THE ZOMBIE BRAIN

ZRS Board Member, Dr. Bradley Voytek, gave a talk on zombie brain function at Nerd Night SF last month.  It was a follow up to ...

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ZOMBIE BLOOD: SELF PROPELLED?

As clear as the zombie process is on an external level, much of the internal workings remain clouded in mystery.  ZRS Member, Marcus Barber, argues ...

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ZOMBIE BRAIN UNLOCKED!

ZRS Advisory Board Members, Bradley Voytek, PhD, and Timothy Verstynen, PhD will present a definitive talk on zombie brain function at ZomBcon in Seattle later ...

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ZOMBIE BLOOD FLOWS TO BRAIN

We’ve already touched on several reasons why zombie blood likely flows through the undead body, but most compelling might be the brain’s constant hunger for ...

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THINKING IN HUMANS & ZOMBIES

We’ve already touched on the fact that the zombie brain must have at least some limited capacity to learn, or the undead wouldn’t even be ...

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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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THE HIDDEN BRAIN by Shankar Vedantam

Because it’s widely believed that zombies are primarily driven by their brains, an understanding of human brain function is crucial to developing a working model ...

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THE HUMAN BRAIN BOOK by Rita Carter

Cited in previous ZRS articles, Rita Carter’s illustrated work, The Human Brain Book, is a great resource for any serious zombie researcher. Because it’s widely ...

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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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