YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE...MAYBE TWICE!
This is my first post, and usually a person would formally introduce him/herself to the readers. I, for one, won’t do that. All I’m going to say is that I am a believer. In zombies, that is. Not many people (at least from what I know) could say that, but I can’t say I’m a part of the masses. Now, I’m not here for popularity, and I know there are chances of my blog not even being read by anyone, really, but I’m here just to share my thoughts, and my hypotheses. And I have a ton of hypotheses on the uprising of the undead, as some may call it, the Zombie Apocalypse. However, I don’t think the “Apocalypse” would happen as flashy and as spontaneously as several authors portray it, or as many zombie movies illustrate it. No. It will begin small, it will root from the least suspected place and at the least suspected time, it will be sequenced and it will be inescapable. I have visited different websites and formus based on zombies and preparation for their attack, and the first question I’ve come across every time was: What do you think Z-day would be like, or how would it begin? Z-day refers to the day the zombies come after us or whatever. The thing is, there can be so many ways in which it could come about, that it would seem pointless to think of any way in which it would begin. I mean, you can come up with your own hypotheses, nothing wrong with that, but to come up with an exact theory about the events that would occur on “Z-day” would be similar to creating an exact theory on where our souls go when we die. No one knows for sure. And before you argue this statement, go look up the scientific meaning of the word “theory”. Also, zombies won’t just pop up one day, it will be a built-up occurrence with a possibly mysterious origin. I’ll come back to that hypothesis later. Anyway, I think about zombies a lot (very wild imagination) and I always come up with interesting, sometimes contrary and sometimes controversal, hypotheses on the attack of the undead. Now, I’m going to publish it all here. I suppose I’ll be here a lot.