Watched a fun and interesting movie that has peaked an interesting thought. The movie is called "after dark."
A group of students are lead in a theoretical scenario during an atomic apacolypse. Lucky enough, there is a bunker near them. But it can only sustain life for 10 during the next year. So the discussion begins: who is in and who is left out?
Perameters for the discussion was:
goal is to sustain human species.
there are several bunkers around world which would allow 10k to repopulate.
bunker had compresed air to last a year for 10.
Everyone votes (or at least everyone was voting)
We may not be able to have the same type of discussion here, but if anyone figures out how - please post a new thread. that would be interesting.
On here, however, I wish to examine your thoughts on the following questions...
1. how would you consider/approach the presented problem?
2. how would you defend yourself verbally to get a vote.
3. what philisophical theories or concepts would play a part in this type of scenario?
Feel free to add variables or topics you think may be missing.