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Big, red button or big, blue one? really a Psychological question. I should consider the consequences in making choices. If choosing "Big, red button" will benefit the many and will save the Earth, then I will hit red button..
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Where I don't actually know what I would do, I think that I would push the button because I would want to help as many people as I could. I just feel like it would be the best decision to make.
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Definitely the red button. Save the world as we know it. I don't think I would need to know what the blue one does. I like my comfy world.
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I wish that I would never face such situations.
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Well if pushing this big red button means saving the planet, then I definitely would.