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A note about Zombies and Vampires

Discussion in 'Sci-Fi and Fantasy Talk' started by Tom, Oct 16, 2009.

  1. Tom

    Tom An Old Friend

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    Just watched 30 Days of Night again.

    It has occurred to me that the living dead (Zombies & Vampires) would freeze in winter due to the fact they have no metabolism producing internal heat.

    What do you think?
     
  2. JohnBoy1313

    JohnBoy1313 Sith Spelunker

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    zombies would be ok because their organs are dead anyway, they do not need to maintain any of the normal bodily functions for survival, all they need is for their brain to remain in tact. vampires on the other hand I think would be the more likely to subcum to such shortcomings as they are still alive, they just need to drink blood. and if they are the stupid twilight vamps that twinkle they should just die off anyway because they suck :borg:
     
  3. worldmaker

    worldmaker Producer/Screenwriter

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    In the words of Queen - "It's a kind of magic." :D
    Anyway, vampires can move around so fast they must be generating a lot of heat, if only through friction on their clothes. :D
    And zombies would fall off the edge of the ice and be frozen in the ocean currents until they reach southern climes, like Florida. :D
     

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