Let's say there's a switch. If you flip it, it'll kill half the worlds population of humans but if you do not flip it, then in 100 years the entire human race would go extinct forever.
You're humanities last hope, what do you do?
I personally would not flip it. It'd be better than years of recovery from losing so many lives + dealing with the aftermath.
Nobody else but you would know the world is ending and you'd be dead in 100 years anyway. I think it'd be better for the earth in the long run. (Yes I am thinking of the Earths well-being over the humans)
- Flip it.
- Don't flip it.
Most Helpful Guy
No I would not flip the burger. I don't want to be the decision maker for the lives of 3.5 billion+ people.. The fate of human race like everything else in the universe has only one destination anyway, and that is death.
Why would I extend the life of the human race without certainty of how long it will exist over the price of so many people's lives. Who knows, if I flip the burger the extended life years is only just 20, 50, 80 years. A sacrifice for nothing. I'd rather let the people figure out how to survive in a span of 100 years. So noperzz.
Most Helpful Girl
I wouldn't flip the switch. What does it matter that the human race would go extinct. It would be better for the world. It drives me crazy that humans think they are sooooo important while we're really just a small part of the universe. People really think they're the centre of the universe.
Plus I'm not gonna kill the humans that are currently living, I don't want to be responsible for that. I wouldn't be able to live with myself. I'd just let faith do its thing.