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    Season 1 of The Walking Dead, has a divers group of characters. The evolution of personality and moral responsibility will shift within a person or group in accordance to the “survive or die” scenario during a zombie apocalypse. Culminating a group of diverse abilities is essential to surviving. The main theme in the show is one of survival, the dead are walking all around them, but they are not necessarily the main problem. The battle over adversity is much more prevalent than just fear of dying

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    1302-21002 October 4, 2015 The Best Weapon for the Zombie Apocalypse Since the inception of the human race, society have always terrified that by the fact that something unexpected could happen and end the human race. With Hollywood producing more Zombie Apocalypse movies, the society have come to believe that the end of human races is indeed possible, whether it is virus or radiation that change humans into Zombies. In case of a Zombies Apocalypse, the Pentagon already has a plan to over the Zombies

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    The Zombie Apocalypse

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    Now a days you can ask anyone in America and they will tell you exactly what their plan is for "the" zombie apocalypse. Each one is just as elaborately genius as the last; some involve underground bunkers to tripped out mad max style cars and trucks, (if you can even call them that) or just running away screaming in panic. Well fortunately for you last guys, a zombie apocalypse is no where near scientifically possible. Not only just because it would take a biological miracle to pull it off, but because

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    If a zombie apocalypse were to happen, it will be terrifying for everyone in the world. No human will be able to figure out what to do by themselves or survive either by themselves. If more people work together, unit, and think of plans of what to do, they might be able to survive a zombie apocalypse. My team and I have come up with 3 factions that will help us survive the zombie apocalypse, not survive for sure but have a probability of surviving. We have plans to survive a zombie apocalypse which

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    In the series The Walking Dead the community members depend on each other for moral and emotional support, almost achieving a sense of family. The solution to the fore mentioned problem could only be achieved after the initial chaos of the zombie apocalypse. In The Walking Dead the survivors work together to rebuild what was left of society. Each person needs to find a way to move forward and learn to deal with the traumatic experiences that were faced during the chaos and realize one’s humanity

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    How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse Have you ever wondered what a zombie apocalypse would be like? Have you ever dreamed of what you could do if there was? What materials would you need to survive? Here are some ways you can prevent a zombie apocalypse from killing and eating the only smart piece of your body. Your brain! Honestly though, why don’t the zombies become smart when they eat your brains? First of all, we all know that zombies are like blind fish swimming in the ocean. They can’t walk

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    what if they weren’t really into zombies like we think they are. Some people believe that we are not obsessed with zombies. They believe that we are obsessed with the people who are living in the shows and what they happen to be surviving is a zombie apocalypse. These people have some logic behind their argument and it’s easy to understand it. Firstly, people love to see other people on television or in movies in distressing situations. They get to see the fear, not of zombies, but of surviving without

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    The Zombie Apocalypse: Revealing the Monster

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    Grim Reaper takes on another form, a zombie? At first the idea seems comical, but can one be completely sure this ghoulish creature could not be created. Only the foolish would deny that a zombie apocalypse is more than plausible. To analyze this realization completely is crucial to not only the survival of the human race but the entire planet as well. This thesis focuses on zombie popularity in culture and media, how an outbreak could come about, human zombie preparedness, how nature would stack

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    conventions. In times of doubt, everyone in the group tends to stay together; however, when they are safe, the group spreads out. Nevertheless, Robert Kirkman visibly relates safeness to family. In The Walking Dead, families are essential in the zombie world because they represent the conscious difference between humans and their flesh-eating counterparts. In general, being around family is considered the safest environment to be in. Robert Kirkman conveys family to being safe continuously throughout

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    panic, I run down the road to ask what was going on. People keep saying “They're here!” My view changes and I look where people are running from. I rub my eyes once or twice, only to notice a zombie was standing there. It was a scene only thought to be in movies. Luckily, I know how to survive the apocalypse in the making. One must start with the most essential parts which are to get away from people, find basic necessities for survival, and locate weapons. The key to surviving this outbreak of

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