posted on Nov, 17 2007 @ 04:09 PM
To the OP, for starters- You didn't "Ask" a question.
All you did was give us the justs on the Resident Evil games/movies.
But, as for "Zombies" they could never exist as living dead- The only type of "Zombie" that could ever truly exist, is the 28 days/weeks later
For an "Undead Zombie" to exist, like in Land of the Dead (Worst zombie movie, ever) it would need to live, for starters. If a "Zombie" were to
walk, move, chase you, eat you- Whatever, there would need to be blood flowing to the muscles, and from the muscles. The heart would need to work.
Having said that, "zombies" would have no advantage over humans. Though they may feel not feel pain, they could still die from a loss of blood. If a
zombie's heart didn't pump blood through the body, the body would stiffin, it couldn't move- Let alone chase you for your precious flesh; not only
that, but the muscles would deteriorate and rot.
If a zombie's heart wasn't pumping, it wouldn't have a metabolism; and therefore wouldn't need to eat. So your flesh would be perfectly safe.
A movie like 28 days/weeks later brings a more "Realistic" idea of the zombie to the table- An actual infection, driving the person mad, insane-
Making them more animal than human.
The constant need to feed could be some sort of beef'd up metabolism, and the psychotic aggression could be a large factor of things- Maybe just
reverting us back to a strictly primal way of thinking.
Anyhow- The idea of zombies roaming your streets if a far cry from today's reality; so no point in planning for an outbreak any time soon.