A brief history of Zombies
We all have seen at least one movie about flesh-eating zombies to take (my personal favorite is Resident Evil), but where zombies come from and why it is so much love eats brains? The word comes from Zombie Haitian voodoo and New Orleans roots. Although the concept has changed slightly over the years, refers to a human corpse mysteriously reanimated to serve the undead. Through the ancient voodoo and Folklore-made traditions, born shows such as the walking dead.
Shows, movies, and literature, zombies are often created by infectious virus, passed through bites and contact with body fluids. Harvard psychiatrist Steven Schoolman wrote a (fictional) medical paper zombies in night of the living dead and Ataxic condition is referred to as satiety neurodegenerative syndrome deficiency caused by an infectious agent. The Zombie Survival Guide identifies the cause of the zombies as virus called solanum. Other sources include zombie appear in strips from a radiation destroyedNASA, Venus probe (as in night of the living dead), and mutations of existing treaties such as prions, mad cow disease, measles and rabies.
The increase in zombies in pop culture has particularly the idea that a zombie apocalypse could happen. In such a scenario, zombies will take entire countries, roaming the streets eating anything living that got in their way. The spread of this idea has led many people to wonder "How do you prepare for a Zombie Apocalypse?"
Therefore, we are here to answer the question for you, and hopefully share some tips about preparing for real emergencies, too!