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Originally posted by Indigo_Child
Heres are some rules of thumb:
1. If you can think of it, it probably exists, and can exist.
Originally posted by cmdrkeenkid
Originally posted by _BLiND_
Aledgedly? I mean honestly think about it man... Zombies...the closest thing to zombies anyone has aledgedly created were walking drones, (ALIVE)
Originally posted by Spinebeaker
The litchfield Experiemnt's probably what you're thinking of. A group of soldiers out of their minds on something were seen by a number of people in an eastern european village...
Although interestingly, one of the requirements for the Ubermensch, the perfect nazi soldier was being 'kadavergehorsam'. It translates into english roughly as 'blind/unswerving obedience', but literally it means "corpse obediently". Obviously the third reich wanted a soldier that was as obedient as a zombie.
Loyalty in character means absolute obedience that does not question the results of the order nor its reasons, but rather obeys for the sake of obedience itself. Such obedience is an expression of heroic character when following the order leads to personal disadvantage or seems even to contradict one's personal convictions.
Originally posted by skychief
Sorry to sound like I was "mocking" your story Mark. The movie I mentioned just had such a cool story line and was done in such great B movie fashion. This is an interesting thread though, as I could see drugged super soldiers fighting in a tranced state.
Originally posted by Marky
Anyone got any info on the projects the Nazis did in one of the world wars (Not sure which one) Where they allegadly created Zombie and let them loose in a village? Thanks