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The living dead don't exist so I don't see how the US could be working on such a project. Zombies are fictional characters created for movies and as I see it they will never be real.

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answered by LEGEND (6,078 points) 2 10 28
I barely know living Dead, is this about Zombies? There are movies about Living dead. The one I remember watching was the one with Brad Pitt. On that movie, people are infected and this infections could be possible if there are trouble minds that are being trouble maker. They can get a lot of money from it because they are the ones that will spread the infections, people will act like zombies, people will get scared, leave their houses and leave their normal lives. Bad people will take advantage, steal from houses to house and even establishment. It could create a very big problem and to make it worst, the one that started it all knows how to solve the problem and he just need a lot of money to create the formula that could solve the problems of infections that they have ever since. I am just imagining though.
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answered by ELITE (3,210 points) 4 8 18
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I really don't think so. But then, who knows, a lot of crazy things has been done in the past.
Government conspiracies are like a norm in the society, I think people are just obsessed with bringing up different theories everyday. Given the role the U.S plays as a world police and their goals of achieving ultimate power over everyone, it's only expected that theories of this nature always be associated with their government.

I've heard of so many different conspiracies always related to the U.S government. To be honest with you, I kind of want to believe some, especially those compelling theories that got documented with a little bit of evidence. You can find a lot of them over the internet.

Living dead won't be an easy one even if they wanted too. It involves reanimating the dead, a process which at this time remains an impossible strive for man. Movies make it look easy, but the opposite is the case in reality. The closest man has gotten to bringing the dead back to life, is a secret long gone with Victor Frankenstein. The scientist who is believed to have put together body parts of different daed people and giving it life in a unorthodox scientific experiment.

Let me add a final thought to this answer. Have you heard of the one which says Ebola and SARS was started by the world powers as a means of controlling under developed regions and also cutting down the population, but was immediately intercepted and stopped when the infection began spreading out of proportion and threatening to crossover to their own regions. This sounds similar to your question.

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