The zombie apocalypse has arrived.
But before we start worrying about the consequences, we need to understand the basics.
Amy Steel and Peter Steele have a new podcast about how to stop it.
They’re going to explain how to get through the zombie onslaught and save the world.
Amy Steel: It’s all about the people in the world that are on the front lines.
Peter Steele: There’s no doubt that the zombies are the greatest threat to humanity and we’re not ready to accept that.
Amy, how would you describe yourself?
Amy Steel, PhD: I’m an evolutionary biologist at the University of Sydney.
I’ve spent my career studying how to survive and adapt in the face of extinction.
I’m very interested in the evolution of human societies, and particularly in the rise of the human-animal conflict.
So my interest is in how our species has evolved to survive, and how humans have responded to this challenge.
I’ve been interested in how human behaviour evolved, especially in relation to the evolution and adaptation of war, violence, conflict, and violence against non-human animals.
Peter, PhD, from the University at Albany.
I studied evolutionary biology at Cornell University in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
I have written a number of books and papers on human evolution and the environment.
I worked with a number, including one about how the brain evolved.
Peter Steele, PhD from the National University of Singapore.
I am a scientist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
I am a former chief of the Division of Atmospheric Sciences and the Department of Geosciences, and I have been researching the effects of climate change and sea level rise on coastal communities.
Amy’s been a science communicator for years, but it’s been fun and challenging to come up with these new podcasts.
I think it’s an opportunity to share what we know and to look for new insights.
We’ve got a very large and varied range of topics on the show.
Amy, how do you like to use the podcast?
Peter Steele: I love to use podcasts to talk about the most important issues facing humanity, but also the more mundane stuff that people do everyday.
We’ve done a lot of stuff that involves science, and that’s something we’ve always wanted to do.
Amy: Do you think there’s an obvious place where you could put this podcast?
Peter Steele : No.
We want it to be a tool for anyone who wants to understand how to live with the zombie pandemic.
I hope that it can be a resource for people who want to get their hands dirty.
We also want to hear from people who are concerned about the future of our planet.
We’d like to hear what people think about the podcast.
You can email us at [email protected] or tweet us @zombiatoday.
Amy is a scientist and a former science communicators, and she and Peter also co-host the popular podcast, Zombiasts, which is the longest-running and most popular podcast on earth.