The 6 Most Overlooked Details When Considering a Zombie Apocalypse

“It’s not a matter of if, but a matter of when.” Yes, we are talking about a zombie apocalypse, when a widespread rise of zombies kills off the human race. According to a renowned Zombie Expert, a zombie apocalypse can “absolutely happen” and it’s only a matter of time. “I mean I don’t know if it’s going to happen in our lifetime, but it could happen tomorrow or it could happen in 100 years… You never know when it’s going to happen, but any expert will tell you that we’re overdue for it. It could happen at any moment.” When the apocalypse does happen, it won’t happen overnight, so you still have plenty of time to prepare a survival kit and plan.

When preparing for the zombie apocalypse, experts suggest following the Rule of Threes; you’re dead in three minutes without air, three hours without shelter, three days without water, and three weeks without food. Now that you’re fully prepared, it’s likely you’ll forget about the smaller, and yet just as important details that should not be overlooked. Contrary to popular belief, or “The Walking Dead”, the strategy to survive the apocalypse is staying close to home because for one, cars will no longer exist. In any society with an imploding event like the zombie apocalypse, fuel will quickly run out and cars will be nonexistent.


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