Most of the people in salt lake is ready for the zombie apocalypse. In the salt lake we are ready for a zombie apocalypse, because almost everyone has food storage, weapons, transportation and a way to communicate. All of these things are very important to survive and if you don't have them you have a very low chance to survive.
In the salt lake we have a smaller population than other places. Having a small group is good thing because that means less people to worry about, less people to feed and quieter than a big group. But having a big group you have more people to work. All so having a big group means you have more supplies but you guys will also go through more supplies. Having a small group it is easier to move place to place because
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The zombie apocalypse is finally upon us. The world will now witness man’s most primitive state, selfish, greedy, and cruel. Whose ideas on human nature and idealistic government will best help us in such a situation? The ideas of Thomas Hobbes, a 17th century philosopher, would best benefit the survivors of a zombie apocalypse.
Its twenty years in the future and the zombie apocalypse is over. Humanity is in shambles and is trying to get back together. There are only a few hundred survivors left, with more smaller groups scattered around the world. What are the survivors to do but recreate society from the ground up, with no laws and previous political background to guide them? All they're left with is the memory of their high school and college educations about the period of Enlightenment in Europe, and the philosophes of the time, with their views on government and how it should be run. The people need rules, guidelines, decision makers, and a government to help get things done. What better than Locke’s ideas on freedom, natural rights, and a government responsible
Prepping also makes you become independent and rely less on the things that you normally need. For example if you still live at home with your parents you will no longer need to rely on them for everything and you will rely less on your technology because in an apocalypse there is going to be no electricity unless you find a safe hole with solar panels. According to the article, ’Where You Should Go to Survive the Impending Zombie Apocalypse’ By Andrew Soergel. It states that the best places to go in case the apocalypse are boston cambridge newton in massachusetts. There they have strong containment, good food ranking, and a well defense. This is a great place to go incase of an
Daniel Drezner book addresses how the world would potentially react should the Zombie Apocalypse start while relating it to international relations. While discussing the anarchical nature of the world, in the realist argument, he addresses the fact that it is not likely that any one state would be able to gain complete control of the world. However, if the entire world is being overtaken by a zombie plague it is not outside the realm of possibility that survivors of various nations would come together and merge with whatever power still existed and divvy out more power to that group or individual. A good old fashioned military takeover would be just the thing to create an uneasy world-wide alliance with other militaristic organizations across the world against the zombie hordes. The military would easily be able to take charge in a global catastrophe of this nature relatively quickly and with little resistance from the common people. They are one of the most disciplined and structured organizations in regards to bureaucracy and other political organizations, and would not hesitate to change the protocols of war against an end-of-the-world type of threat such as a zombie takeover. Also, military tradition and codes of conduct cross borders with significantly more similarities than do political ideologies and governmental structures, which would result in there being a much easier and more unified alliance than could ever be achieved in any other global unification setting.
In the possible occurrence of a zombie apocalypse, certain measures involving shelter, food, weapons, and fitness should be taken to better the chances of survival in such a desperate situation. Throughout the years, movies, television shows, and other miscellaneous hype have heightened a large number of people’s suspicion about the possibility of disease-ridden humans taking over the world. In reality, that atrocity is not exactly far-fetched. With so many vaccines and medicines being mass produced without the sufficient steps taken to test the results, the chance of humans contracting unimaginable side effects is a rational possibility. If
Although some might think the zombie apocalypse is a far-fetched idea spawned from a doomsday prepper’s wildest dreams, it is actually a highly likely scenario which should be considered with a sober mind. Based off other sicknesses which have arisen in recent and older times, such as Ebola, the black plague, and cholera, we can see that without the right preventative and emergency measures, any sickness can return after any amount of time in a stronger and different form harder to beat than the last time. In order to prevent massive outbreaks like these from happening, which might resurrect corpses that start eating the living, California needs to enact legislation that protects everyone from zombies. In the event of a zombie apocalypse, California needs to declare martial law, create quarantines for those doomed to die, restrict anyone from leaving or entering the state, strip away the basic human rights of the zombies, and commence mandatory dental procedures.
There are many different ways to get ready for a disastrous occurrence. Geography would be important in a case like this. Like, in the case of a zombie apocalypse, Yuko Caras said that he would try to understand the characteristics of the zombies. It would be useful to see what they can and can't do. You would want to know how fast, or slow they move, where they were at first, so you can estimate where they will be in the future, and the amount of space they take up. You would also want to know where natural resources are, and get to those natural resources, but only if they don't have zombies. It would be of importance to know your coordinates. You would want to know what the climate of where you are, where you are headed, and everything in between. Additionally, something that you would want to know is where the major rivers are.You would want to know the states that are boardering the state that you are in. Something else that would be of importance would be to do research on not only the zombies, but your surroundings. You would want to know where you libraries are so that you
In the modern world, media outlets and pop culture constantly revive the idea of zombies taking over human society. From The Walking Dead to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” zombies are portrayed as slow-moving living-dead creatures shown in mass amounts to create the idea of consumption. While this monster as it is depicted in movies and television shows is nonexistent, there are living zombies walking the surface every day. They hide in the shadows of town and often only wear the clothes on their back. They spend every day trying to survive with the little amount of money they can scavenge. Money to them acts as the cure to help them get the necessary resources they need. Many people in this nation and across the world are categorized as living under the poverty line. The spectrum of people ranges from homeless and sleeping on the streets to large families settling in garage-sized apartments. Even when taking out of consideration the similarities in physical appearance, zombies are an accurate representation of the major issue of poverty in today’s society due to the instant eeriness that the stereotypes of both subjects represent and the idea that the poor are unable to receive the necessary health treatments.
The terror of death typically consumes people, therefore, they must prepare for anything to happen. Not knowing what to expect can make it difficult to prepare for if the event has yet to happen. People planning to survive the zombie apocalypse must follow the process of gathering weapons, finding the items necessary to survive, and learning to use surrounding items to fight zombies.
Fear itself is seldom a cause of trauma in everyday existence, but having to face close-range interpersonal aggression is a traumatic experience of an entirely different magnitude (Grossman). During the initial outbreak of terror while everyone is scrambling to save his or her own life, survival mode kicks in and an individual starts to plan on saving one’s self. The need to be a powerful motivator drives an average person to do what any normal person would consider unthinkable. Abandoning monsters plaguing the entire world, helping others in need, or deciding to save one’s self is a decision that will be made. The decision to save one’s own life will bring a person to question his own humanity while discovering the benefits of self-
The main idea I took away from Dr. Haskell’s “Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse or A Year of Teaching” is that you will need more than a lesson plan to survive teaching. You will need to look at your classroom’s vibe or the learning environment. Is it welcoming to the students? Or is it the old style with little single desks lined neatly in rows and an old teacher screaming “How can you have any pudding if you don’t eat your meat”, we don’t want that. Reading along, this chapter gives plenty of ideas and a template on how to organize them in a manageable format. This is done to keep you from getting grandiose ideas, like forming a ninja academy or something awesome. When I finished re-reading the chapter, I found myself thinking on my classroom’s
Survival and disaster preparation are relevant in the stories in the novel. Several interviews, especially those from the United States, focus on policy changes designed to train the surviving Americans to fight the zombies and rebuild the country. For example, when cities were made to be as efficient as possible in order to fight the zombies, the art of using real places and locations to describe these disasters, or when the ultra-rich hide in their homes, which had been turned into fortified compounds, they were overwhelmed by others trying to get in, leading to mass slaughter. Throughout the novel, characters demonstrate the physical and mental requirements needed to survive a disaster. There were so many disasters that can be related to the outrageous earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcano eruptions, etc. Zombie apocalypse can most likely be a reality through the spread a deadly virus. Brooks described the large amount of research needed to find optimal methods for fighting a worldwide zombie outbreak.
The topic of the undead coming back to life to feast on the living has been around since the first zombie movie White Zombies in 1932; however, just in the past few decades has the threat of a zombie apocalypse enter the realm of international politics. The threat of a zombie apocalypse is a very serious concern of the international communities. Many political scientists are not sure how the world leaders would be able to work together if this issue were ever to arise in the world today. In the book “Theories of International Politics and Zombies”, Drezner uses the threat of a zombie apocalypse to show how the different theories of international politics would eliminate the threat; however, are the living dead a real international concern or are they just a brilliant metaphor for something much greater that could happen to the world.
Immunity is the ability of an organism to resist a particular infection or toxin by the action of specific antibodies or sensitized white blood cells. The main goal in any zombie apocalypse is to find a cure. Every character in every book, movie, or comic book creates a sense of false hope developed around the fact that a cure will be found. No matter how bad the infection is or how quick it spreads trust is put into the hands of doctors. Immunity is what most people hope for in a zombie apocalypse, and when everything seems as if it is coming to a complete end the characters receive a glimpse of hope that leads the viewers wanting more and a sequel.
Moving forward, zombies interact with every person in a different way, but how they are targeted varies by age. Beginning with the toddler ages, which is anyone under five years old. Zombies are rarely used in any matter among the age group. Even during Halloween season most toddler shows refuse to insert any type of zombie reference into their show because of the potential negative mark it will leave among its target audience. In all likelihood it’s fair to assume many toddlers will be negatively impacted by zombies. As kids move out of the toddler stage and into the pre-teen and teenage group which is often referred as the age group consisting of ages 6-18 they are often introduced to zombies for the first time. In a study conducted in the book “The Media in the Movies” kids are first introduced to zombies around age eight. During the book the text also mentioned that at around age eight the kid’s focus in on items such as cartoon shows and that is how they are introduced. In many cases a cartoon station will air a Halloween themed show and include an animated zombie. It is at that point people are introduced to zombies. Once a person hit’s 18 and older they are able to receive the full-blown zombie experience. All the gates to zombies are unlocked so they can buy any zombie media and receive any perspective available. Once a person turns 18 they are ready for the potential impact a zombie experience may leave so it is only fair to have all options open. Every