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Extended exposure to harsh summer sun and/or the frigid temperatures that normally accompany snow and ice will absolutely kill fully nourished and healthy humans.

So how would people with open wounds, no shelter, and rapidly decaying flesh and bone respond to being out in the sun for hours or days or weeks at a time?

With an intermittent diet consisting only of human/animal flesh, their bodies would quickly become dried out and malnourished, and they would soon turn to sticky puddles of death on a hot stretch of highway. They cannot patch themselves up or seek help at a zombie hospital and their body can't do anything on its own. There's no right or wrong way to go about ending a zombie's tenure.

And if any zombies were caught in a frigid climate, their likelihood of survival would be even further reduced. It's one move based purely on physics: impale the brain and walk away. How about the big Bird Flu scare, at the beginning of this century?

Zombie fiction (in film and literature alike) tells us that these military forces were simply defeated and that's about it. [Even worse, most zombie media will usually add another insult to the military by depicting at least one or two sequences wherein our protagonist ragtag band of survivors (or even a single survivor) — traditionally armed only with melee weapons — successfully wipe out a dozen or so zombies while rarely enduring any casualties on their side. A bunch of untrained civilians can hold this menace at bay but no military can? Anyway, back to my point.] Using America's military for comparison, do you realize that even when facing multiple well-armed foreign militaries overseas nearly non-stop over the last 90 years, the entire American military has never even come close to being totally annihilated (also relevant: America won nearly all of those wars).

not be able to increase their numbers without step A So if this unlikely outbreak somehow started, as long as every healthy human being stayed indoors, all the military would need to do is drive down the street and capture/kill those stumbling around, looking for flesh. In conclusion, the zombie-induced end of the world as depicted in films, television shows, and comic books would never happen.

Could zombies wreak some havoc in a small, isolated town full of the dumbest people on Earth? But once anyone with a functioning brain heard about it, the clean-up would take like 9 hours.

This would never ever be a problem with zombies because zombies would be the only opponent in the history of living things to: a.

repeatedly try to get very close to their greatest predator b.

Zombie fiction (in film and literature alike) tells us that these military forces were simply defeated and that's about it. [Even worse, most zombie media will usually add another insult to the military by depicting at least one or two sequences wherein our protagonist ragtag band of survivors (or even a single survivor) — traditionally armed only with melee weapons — successfully wipe out a dozen or so zombies while rarely enduring any casualties on their side. A bunch of untrained civilians can hold this menace at bay but no military can? Anyway, back to my point.] Using America's military for comparison, do you realize that even when facing multiple well-armed foreign militaries overseas nearly non-stop over the last 90 years, the entire American military has never even come close to being totally annihilated (also relevant: America won nearly all of those wars).

not be able to increase their numbers without step A So if this unlikely outbreak somehow started, as long as every healthy human being stayed indoors, all the military would need to do is drive down the street and capture/kill those stumbling around, looking for flesh. In conclusion, the zombie-induced end of the world as depicted in films, television shows, and comic books would never happen.

Could zombies wreak some havoc in a small, isolated town full of the dumbest people on Earth? But once anyone with a functioning brain heard about it, the clean-up would take like 9 hours.

This would never ever be a problem with zombies because zombies would be the only opponent in the history of living things to: a.

repeatedly try to get very close to their greatest predator b.

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