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If you could bring one person back to life, their health restored, who would it be?
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My grandmother who died before I was born.
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i carry a pessimistic view.
no matter how much one's misfortune is to have lost their life, how much greatness they've achieved or potential they have, no one should be special to have another chance, while other's cannot.
it wouldn't feel right for me to downplay everyone else's life; say for example, i chose someone i loved to be brought back, it's not fair that someone else couldn't do that.

eh, it'll get complicated if i drag it on, but like i said before.
no one should be that special.
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None.

Because I don't know what's on the other side.
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Lifthrasir wrote:

i wouldn't bring back anyone


Me neither.
Posted 1/28/16

Lifthrasir wrote:


i carry a pessimistic view.
no matter how much one's misfortune is to have lost their life, how much greatness they've achieved or potential they have, no one should be special to have another chance, while other's cannot.
it wouldn't feel right for me to downplay everyone else's life; say for example, i chose someone i loved to be brought back, it's not fair that someone else couldn't do that.

eh, it'll get complicated if i drag it on, but like i said before.
no one should be that special.


I see... how noble. My point of view isn't any less selfless. I wouldn't be so reserved due to comparing the value of that person to the rest of the human race, when it came to someone I loved and cared about. If I has that power to give back his life I'd see it as a sin to withhold it.
I don't see it as sacriligious or blasphemy, but that if I could give that one person the chance they never had, then I could die knowing he would have the life his genetic condition denied him which was passed to him by his mother, the carrier (MD is an X-linked genetic disease, it does not affect females), I would sacrifice my life for his, so from my point of view mine would be altruistic.
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Then once all the NAZI's are celebrating shoot him, claim bragging rights for killing Hitler, and escape in a river of NAZI tears.
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I haven't lost anyone I miss that much to death. The people I wish would come back left me of their own free will.
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yes, it's a very different story if i could give my life away for another.
if i could do that, i would.
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VividDreamZ wrote:

Nikola Tesla


Tesla is a good choice.

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Gauss.
Along with Archimedes and von Neumann, he was one, if not the smartest person to ever walk on the face of the Earth.
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David Bowie.
The obvious choice.
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Newton
He could help me with my calc homework
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I don't know, Hitler, Himler, Xerxes, Christopher Columbus, Stalin, they all work for me.
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