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Last week at Mobius’ Pop Science camp — a weeklong camp that teaches science through pop culture — instructor Don Riefler talked to kids about the force it takes to mush zombies’ brains in. And what’s the fun of talking about mushing brains without a little watermelon-brain mushing? Riefler, shown here, demonstrates the effective use of a katana sword on a potential zombie head.

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