In the meantime, as I mentioned earlier the number of people who would be unable to access any form of nourishment, including food, for extended periods was going to rise significantly. So, to help people cope and survive what was to become a prolonged starvation, researchers began working on creating a solution, a diet which could maintain a constant body temperature and not allow the body to overheat. By the time the idea reached the public's attention in the 1950s, it had been widely documented to have been a failure, as studies indicated that the bodies of the food-deprived mice were unable to keep up with the increased food consumption. So in 1959 the FDA was tasked with creating a solution, and in 1960 they decided to create a synthetic food in order to combat starvation. The goal was to create something that would be safe and would not contain additives that would cause health problems, but would nevertheless have all the nutritional benefits of real food. It was hoped that by creating a diet that would last about a month, the mice would survive a prolonged freeze, but they quickly found that the experiment was a failure. It had been found out that the food was only safe for about five days, but mice were found to have increased heart rates and increased heart rate, which in turn led to a rise in blood pressure which, due to the effects of starvation, is a side effect of this kind of diet. After several years of trying to find a solution the FDA decided to create a food that would be safer, that would have better effects, that would last longer.
They did find a solution in that the synthetic diet would contain less calories than natural food, however that solution did have one major disadvantage, which is that when people began to eat artificially-created food, the body began to produce more natural food and thus the body needed more calories, thus leading to starvation, which in turn led to even more obesity. The FDA decided to create food containing a synthetic food, but this time they didn't create a food that would last, nor did they create a food that would help the people to survive the winter. What they did create was a food that would help the people survive the winter for about three months so that if they did survive, they could be considered healthy. So the first food was created with the intent of having it last only for three months and then it would be sent for storage.
However, once winter came around, the people would begin to crave their natural food again, and therefore, it was determined that the food would have to stay in storage as long as possible and they would have to use the food to help people to survive the winter. And the only ethionamide for the world to survive is to make use of people as they once were, and to have them live for a thousand years under their rule, under the light of an endless and terrifying night, as if the world had never been. But in reality, the real zombies in these works of fiction were real. The original story is in fact a work of science fiction, and the zombies, if you believe the books of the time, are real as well. In fact, they are a popular subject for science fiction and fantasy authors, and even a favorite trope among zombie movies and shows. Not only is it fiction, but the real zombie outbreak is fictional. In fact, it's impossible to know if there really is a zombie outbreak.
It's possible that the zombie apocalypse is just a movie and that people don't believe in it. But even if that was the case, it wouldn't justify Harrison's choice to turn his story into a film. The zombie film industry and popular culture is not a reality. There are no actual zombie outbreaks or movies about zombies. There aren't even actual zombie movies. And while many people have been waiting anxiously for the release of the film, some have questioned its authenticity and the authenticity of the book's zombies, particularly that of a character named Richard. There's a lot of debate about these questions on the Internet, and I have nothing to add. There are also some interesting points of debate about whether the zombies are actually real.