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ZOMBIE JAW STRENGTH STUDY

We’ve already discussed the fact that zombies likely don’t eat brains because their jaw strength and mouth shape prevent biting through the human skull.  But ...

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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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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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IF ZOMBIES HEAR, THEY MUST ALSO FEEL

Much has been written about a zombie’s need to physically feel the world around it in order to move (see: Zombie Survival Guide Error #2).  ...

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ZOMBIE SELF DIGESTION THEORY

Establishing a time frame for the zombie lifespan is a central area of focus for the Zombie Research Society (see: Fresh Stage Decay & The ...

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THE ZOMBIE NERVOUS SYSTEM

We previously touched on sensory perception in the undead (see: Neuropathy Can’t Explain Zombies), but  ZRS Researcher, Parker Heath, recently took a closer look at ...

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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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THE THEORY OF ZOMBIE PARALYSIS

It’s widely accepted that the best –  if not only – way to kill a Zombie is to destroy the brain.  The logic being that, ...

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