Zombie proof house. Features movable parts and folds in on itself completely at the end of the day to seal against outside threats. The Safe House has just one entrance, on the second floor, connected by a drawbridge. For extra security, after crossing the bridge, visitors have to wait within a safety zone before being let into the rest of the house. During the day, the house opens onto a garden and the movable walls change position to create a courtyard.
Fifty-five percent of American pantries are only stocked with enough food for three days. Those families are not likely to survive very long in the case of doomsday hitting. Preparing for the end of the world takes a lot of resources and planning. In this infographic, National Geographic takes a look at the most effective ways to survive after doomsday.
Atlas Survival Shelters If you fear a nuclear war (or even just the future), then you probably think of a few backup plans for emergencies to protect yourself and your loved ones. You may not have the money to build an all-out zombie fortress, but if you have less than $40k on hand, you’re in luck. http://www.viralnova.com/fallout-shelters/
What goes better with equivalent fractions than ZOMBIES! Each of these ghouls represents a fraction; surrounding them are equivalent fractions that are missing a numerator or denominator. Alas, one of them is a ZOMBIE and cannot be completed!