One would want to find safe spots, supplies, and evacuation routes to lead to protection. On the first few days of that outbreak, finding food, a place to stay, and protection would be a main priority. Playing it safe would also be important, because you would not want to risk anything that could get you hurt or killed by a zombie during the outbreak.. After this (depending on where the outbreak goes and how it continues to spread) moving to a new spot and finding tools would be more priorities to consider.
In the novel Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater, uses conflict to teach that some things happen in life that you can’t return from and there are bad outcomes. For example, the author writes that Sam is trying not to turn into a werewolf when it’s cold. This is Sam’s last year turning back into a human, so whenever Sam turns into a werewolf, he won’t be able to return human. Also, the author writes that Grace can’t decide on giving Sam the cure for werewolves. Sam can be turned into a complete human by a cure that Grace has found.
Me and Nick would find our way to the safest place to be on campus. If we find other survivals. We would help them out and be in our survival group. It might be hard finding things we might need. We would make a rule book for surviving in the Zombie Apocalypse and make copies.
For example, maybe not having many windows or other vulnerabilities that zombies could breach, but to add to that, you also need a fast, easily accessible way to escape if needed. So with all that in mind the cafeteria would be my choice, you have an easy access to the food needed to survive and probably access to running water which is very important. But before taking shelter I would raid the shop class for weapons. Weapons are a necessity for survival, which brings up the 5 essential things I would bring to stay alive. As stated before guns along with ammo is at the very top of this list, although having raided the shop room already those weapons may not be enough.
Should extinct species be brought back to earth? In my opinion I think that de-extinction is a bad idea. Take the wooly mammoth for example, if scientists were to bring it back they could be taking resources away from other species causing them to disappear, humans might try to harm other animals that aren’t extinct, and scientists would have to successfully re-introduce this animal back into the lifestyle they used to have. Although some people believe that de-extinction is a good thing, I strongly disagree because of those three reasons. One reason that de-extinction is a horrible idea is that the species, lets say a wooly mammoth, could potentially take important resources away from other species causing them to disappear.
In the Hunger Games the games start and when they start there in the middle is a bunch of supplies and a lot of people go after them. There based on a person carrier tell you about surviving it or not.This also helps you see that when doing this to not go there even if the things are there you have a better change by running away from all that. You don 't know when the next time you eat will be and by doing this you 're then see that you won 't be able to eat and water is hard to find. You also need to make sure it is clean water at that in the past Hunger Games we see that water I shard to come by . They also tell us that they have 3 days in a gym to train this helps then get ready for the Hunger Games.
He uses a informal tone and those without understanding might have to read the article more than one time to get a better knowledge of his choice of words. If you don 't know what lawless hordes,,looting, or understand what justifiable acts mean, then there might be some research involved. His word choice has a deep meaning, for example he states,”In zombie stories the survivors inevitably resort to looting, whether the looted goods are necessities like food and weapons or non-essential luxury goods like jewelry”. (Walker 2012 pg. 81).
Zombie Apocalypse By: Khaylin Doby The zombies are gone and now we must restart our civilization. In the event of a zombie apocalypse I would restart civilization as a monarchy with a traditional economy. In the event of a zombie apocalypse if I was responsible for restarting civilization, I would choose a traditional economic system. I believe the economic system is the most valuable because it goes with my monarchy type of government. I would choose a monarchy for organization so that people would have some freedoms.
The narrator wants to avoid death. They view death as fearful, yet later accept it. They want to live life to the fullest before they die. The simile, “like the measles-pox” is important because during the time this was written vaccines were fairly new and so something like measles was inevitable without a vaccine similar to how death is inevitable. The author means visited by not really living life to the fullest.
It is not believed that Chronic Wasting Disease is transferable to humans yet but in the near future if not contained and stopped it could spread to humans similar to how mad cow disease has spread from cows to humans. If stopping baiting deer on the ground where a Chronic Wasting Disease deer could contaminate the bait that other deer will be eating that can help slow down the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease until further research can be done to try and stop it in its tracks. There has also been a one week long rifle season in Michigan for deer added this year in the counties with confirmed Chronic Wasting Disease to help control the spread of this