The Fermi Paradox is a real problem for the evolutionary worldview. Even zombies have been used as a tongue-in-cheek answer to why we do not yet find an abdundance of extraterrestrial life as the principle of mediocrity predicts. This article explores how aliens and zombies have been linked in the real world outside of sci-fi fare …and why neither the Fermi Paradox nor any sort of alien zombie apocalypse is of concern for the Biblical creationist.
It seems like the possibility of a Zombie Apocalypse gets just as much attention from the media as the UFO phenomenon. Shows like the Walking Dead and movies like World War Z have certainly made the concept more popular than it once was. I’m not immune. A copy of Max Brooks’ essential reference book, The Zombie Survival Guide, sits on my shelf.
Of course, zombies and UFOS have been combined in (mostly) campy scifi films, but, believe it or not, that strange association has filtered into the real world.
For example, on April 16, 2013, FEMA carried out a “zombie ufo crash exercise.”
Given the fact that in May 2011 the Centers for Disease Control had introduced the idea of zombie apocalypse preparedness as a tongue-in-cheek method of informing people how to be prepared for other disasters, the FEMA excercise was probably innocent.The concept was the brainchild of Dave…
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