PTSD would play a big part here, as would survival of the fittest / most – prepared / best – prepared. Adjustment to a strange new environment, like a ” zombie apocalypse ” or aftermath of a major terrorist action, plague or cyber – terrorism cutting off communication lines & stopping utilities.
I’ve talked a lot about zombies in the past, lending credence to an apocalypse of unfathomable proportions. The thing that sticks out in my mind as the number one reason I wouldn’t want the apocalypse happening, is not because of the roaming undead seeking of whom they may devour, but because of the survivors who are in it for themselves. The thought is nothing short of a Monday Mayhem post.
Zombies don’t scare me. The undead are rather benign when separated from the crowd. A quick spike to the head and they are no more. As part of the horde, they are a fearsome bunch consuming everyone in their path. Nothing alive can stand in their way. However, take them out of their element and place them in water, they’re useless.
On the other hand, people, those who have survived the end of days, are the ones who I fear the…
View original post 439 more words