Überleben in der Zombie-Apokalypse: Der ultimative Ratgeber

Torsten Heinrich
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 Wenn die Zombie-Apokalypse kommt, sind Sie vorbereitet? Mit diesem wichtigen Ratgeber können Sie alles Notwendige lernen, das Sie zum Überleben wissen müssen.Eine Gruppe von Bio-Mathematikern an der Universität von Ottawa haben errechnet, dass die menschliche Zivilisation durch eine Zombie-Apokalypse ausgelöscht werden würde, wenn der Ausbruch nicht umgehend gestoppt würde.. 
Pro Jahr sterben 53 Millionen Menschen. Das ergibt 150.000 pro Tag oder 107 pro Minute. Mehr als einer pro Sekunde. Was, wenn diese Toten wieder auferstehen und beginnen die Lebenden zu essen? Die Gefahr ist zu groß, als dass man das Risiko eingehen sollte, dem unvorbereitet gegenüber zu stehen! 
Wer also am Tag X nicht auf der Speisekarte der lebenden Toten landen möchte, muss wissen, wie er sich dann zu verhalten hat. In seinem nicht ganz ernst gemeinten Ratgeber hat der Würzburger Militärhistoriker Torsten Heinrich auf über 400 Seiten alle nur denkbaren Details für das Überleben in der von Untoten beherrschten Welt aufgeführt. Während die Bedrohung zwar eher fiktiv ist, sind viele der Ratschläge auch in einer nicht durch lebende Tote beherrschten Welt anwendbar.
In dem Buch werden echte Zombies der Tierwelt thematisiert und mögliche Ursprünge der Zombie-Epidemie erörtert. Woran erkennen Sie den Beginn der Zombie-Apokalypse und was sollten Ihre ersten Maßnahmen sein? Welche Eigenschaften werden Zombies haben, wie werden sie sich verhalten, wie funktioniert die Infektion und welchen Verlauf nimmt sie? Wie erkennen Sie Zombies und wie töten Sie sie?
Wie bringen Sie sich in Sicherheit, wie sichern Sie Ihren Unterschlupft und wo sollten Sie ihn anlegen? Wie bleiben Sie mobil und wo finden Sie, was Sie zum Überleben brauchen? Wie kämpfen Sie gegen die Untoten, welche Waffen sind zu gebrauchen und wie können Sie sich vor Bissen schützen?
Diese und viele weitere Themen werden in diesem unabdinglichen Ratgeber besprochen.

Lesermeinungen: „Die perfekte Vorbereitung auf eine Zombie-Apokalypse. Sind nun gewappnet und psychisch vorbereitet.......Sehr empfehlenswert für jene, die einfach mehr wissen wollen“ „Interressant geschrieben. Für jemanden den das Thema interessiert kann ich das Buch nur empfehlen. Es werden alle Möglichen Szenarien rund um das Thema Zombie behandelt. Aber immer mit einem kleinen Augenzwinkern.“ „Durch das Computerspiel DayZ und der genialen TV-Serie "The Walking Dead" bin ich momentan voll im Zombiefieber. Da lag es nicht fern, daß ich mir diesen fundierten Ratgeber gekauft habe, um auch für eine reale Zombieapokalypse bis ins letzte Detail gewappnet zu sein. Interessante Fakten über real existierende Krankheiten und Formen der Zombifizierung machen das Buch ebenso lesenswert wie handfeste Tips zur Selbstverteidigung. Natürlich alles mit einem Augenzwinkern, jedoch lassen sich viele Kapitel auch auf andere Krisenszenarien übertragen, weshalb ich meinen Vorratskeller nebst Konserven auch um vielerlei nützliche Dinge mehr aufgestockt habe ;-)“
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 Torsten Heinrich ist seit vielen Jahren Fan des Zombie-Genres. Als Militärhistoriker fragte er sich immer wieder, warum die Überlebenden denn so dämlich reagierten. Doch wer will dass etwas anständig wird, der muss es selbst machen, also schrieb er diesen Ratgeber, der jede nur denkbare Situation mit der nötigen Position Humor abarbeitet. 

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In a changing world that has been shaken by economic, social, financial, and ecological crises, it becomes increasingly clear that new approaches to economics are needed for both theoretical and empirical research; for applied economics as well as policy advice. At this point, it seems necessary to develop new methods, to reconsider theoretical foundations and especially to take into account the theoretical alternatives that have been advocated within the field of economics for many years. This collection seeks to accomplish this by including institutionalist, evolutionary, complexity, and other innovative perspectives. It thereby creates a unique selection of methodological and empirical approaches ranging from game theory to economic dynamics to empirical and historical-theoretical analyses.

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This important new volume will be relevant to all those interested in theoretical economics, growth theory, innovation economics, agent based modelling and industry dynamics.

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