Zombies. How To Survive Them? Basic Ten Tips by Ignacio Zara. According with The Zombie Survival Guide by Max Brooks and with other authors, zombies have existed and can exist.
Some authors speak about zombies in Katanga, Central Africa, in 60000 BP. Max Brooks is not very interested in this fact. However, he claims that there are proofs of zombies in old Egypt, in Hieraconpolis (3000 BP) and recently, in 2002, in USA, in Saint Thomas (Virgin Islands).
The guide attributes the zombie outbreaks to a virus known as Solanum. The virus spreads neither water nor air but biting another person. Afterwards, the decomposition of a Zombie takes two to five years.
Then, the most important advice: Don’t let a zombie bites you. How? Protect yourself with suitable clothes. For example, leather jackets or resistant fabrics, boats and gloves.
If there is a zombies invasion, take refuge in resistant house with food and weapons, and do not expose yourself to their presence. A wall or other barriers surrounding your house are important too.
If you have the chance, run far away and wait several years to return home.
Never trust firearms, better knives and katanas. Anyway, war against zombies must be viral, inventing a virus which accelerates their slow decomposition.
Of course, never go alone in the night and never feel pity on them. They cannot think or fell, move on instinct.
Have a nice day, Yareah friends. Looking forward to next zombie invasion never happens.
Max Brooks quotes:
Zombies are apocalyptic in nature. They belong to a class of monster that doesn’t just hunt humans, but seeks to obliterate that entire human race.
The bottom line is I’m a slow zombie guy. I’m always a slow zombie guy but I also know I’m in the minority.
When I started writing, there was nothing about zombies. It was all teen movies, which to me are scarier than zombies, but that’s another story.
I think the fascination with zombies is that they don’t obey the rules of monsters. The first rule of monsters is that you have to go find them. You have to make a conscious choice to go to the swamp or the desert or the abandoned summer camp.