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How do you make a point when a major distribution network won't broadcast your shows? Why you launch a full-scale zombie attack, of course. That's the strategy AMC employed recently on the streets of New York.
Project Phoenix is DARPA's plan to use robots in orbit to pilfer the functional bits off of dead satellites to create working ones. It's one of the crazier ideas DARPA's put out there (in a while), and the agency looks...
Since it was first announced, the fervor over the Ouya console has been crazy. Like over $5 million worth of crazy. Now, Ouya has secured its first exclusive game, one that comes from a video game industry heavyweight and is all about zombies.
For $24,000, OpticsPlanet will sell you a Z.E.R.O. (Zombie Extermination, Research and Operations) Kit that includes all kinds of heavy weapon accessories, survival gear and even lab equipment to help you find a cure. It'll be almost — but not quite — enough to help you ride out the zombie invasion.
Here's the scenario: Zombies are running amuck and you have to outsmart them or risk a similar fate. Sound fun? Well, someone wants to create a 200-acre zombie theme park called Z World Detroit where you do just that. Thanks to the apocalyptic ruins of an empty Detroit neighborhood, it may just become a reality.
Back in October, we posted about a program DARPA has been working on to rip apart dead satellites and harvest their organs to make new(er) satellites. It seemed more than a little crazy, but the program is now moving forward, with DARPA holding industry conferences and putting down millions of dollars on the idea.
Around these woods, we're prepared for everything — even zombies. You see, all this time, we thought arming ourselves with double barrel pistols would keep us safe. Man, were we wrong, because this custom AR-15 aka the "Zombie Destroyer" is powerful enough to rip through an entire horde of zombies in one go.
At the end of WWII, a single pregnant brown tree snake stowed away on a military transport from Papua New Guinea to Guam. 65 years later, two million snakes are eating everything on the island that moves, and the USDA is trying to fight them off by parachuting dead mice stuffed with aspirin out of helicopters.
Memories of the cold war have been raised from the dead this week with the confirmation from Russian officials they are testing an energy gun that would essentially turn people into zombies. The "psychotronic" gun would not only inflict pain but also attack the central nervous system leaving enemies scrambled.