Nah, there's no Zombie Meme influencing our culture! "World War Z"stars Brad Pitt with following plot summary, "a U.N. employee is racing against time and fate, as he travels the world
trying to stop the outbreak of a deadly Zombie pandemic," according to You Tube caption. A WIRED article solicits neuroscientist for explanation of fleet, fast moving Zombies in movie that run counter to usual clumsy, uncoordinated undead? You may take link to Zombie Research Society where "...members are known as One Percenters (1%ers), because we are committed to being among the one percent of people likely to survive a global zombie outbreak." There's also a 2011 book, "The Zombie Autopsies," a story about a medical team investigating biology of zombies in face of a global undead plague. Could a human being infected by a bioweapon that causes an excited delirium be called a Zombie?