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Nola Doyle
NeuroGEN
Posted - 2011.06.30 17:24:00 - [1]
 

In its exploration of the human condition, NeuroGEN is conducting a public survey for the capsule pilot community. You may answer any or all questions in a manner that best fits your style, although we do request some explanation for how you reached your conclusion. Your opinion is important to us. Let us begin:

1. In ISK currency rounded to the nearest whole number, please indicate the approximate value of the following:
A) A homeless, eight year old girl suffering from malnutrition
B) A capsule pilot, approximately 88 years old, with no recorded ailments or debilitation
C) A male Brutor, approximately 35 years old in peak physical condition
D) A female Achur, nearing 30, with an extended education and experience in a cloning laboratory

2. Does potential factor into your analysis in the value of an individual?

3. Please arrange the following from most to least valuable:
A) A medical doctor who owns a private practice
B) A street performer who entertains in crowded public areas
C) A teacher of mathematics
D) A slave laborer who works in a wheat field
E) A soldier trained in the arts of war

4. Please list three attributes that are most important in determining the worth of an individual.

5. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole ISK, the minimum reward required to harm an innocent (lacking amoral intent or wrongdoing) human.

6. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole number, how many individuals you would consider sacrificing your life (assume cloning is not an option) for to guarantee their survival.

7. Hypothetical situation: you are presented with the option of becoming a doctor, or another profession of your choice. If you choose another option than a doctor, many people will die. Which option do you choose?

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On behalf of NeuroGEN, we thank you for taking the time to respond to this survey. Those that complete it in full will receive our personal gratitude!


Raze Valadeus
Amarr
Knighthood of the Merciful Crown
Posted - 2011.06.30 17:45:00 - [2]
 

My opinion is important to you? Very well then.

1. In ISK currency rounded to the nearest whole number, please indicate the approximate value of the following:
A) Priceless
B) Priceless
C) Priceless
D) Priceless

2. Does potential factor into your analysis in the value of an individual?
- All individuals have potential in some form or another. The value of an individual (assuming you refer to monetary value) cannot be measured, potential or not.

3. Please arrange the following from most to least valuable:
- First, all of the above.

4. Please list three attributes that are most important in determine the worth of an individual.
- If by worth you refer to monetary worth, then the answer is irrelevant. Sentimental worth is measured by character and deed. Qualities could include, integrity, courage and wisdom.

5. Please indicate, rounded the nearest whole ISK, the minimum reward required to harm an innocent (lacking amoral intent or wrongdoing) human.
- Very few things substantiate the justification to harm an innocent. ISK is not one of them.

6. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole number, how many individuals you would consider sacrificing your life (assume cloning is not an option) for to guarantee their survival.
- If I understand correctly, then there are five. Each one individually or as a group. If you refer to a number of people that I do not personally know, it would depend largely on the circumstances surrounding the situation, but life is invaluable and worth protecting.

7. Hypothetical situation: you are presented with the option of becoming a doctor, or another profession of your choice. If you choose another option than a doctor, many people will die. Which option do you choose?
- As with all hypotheticals, there are too many variables left out to provide a satisfactory and informed answer. Blanket answer? Doctor.

Sylorin
Caldari
MMZ Laboratories LLC
Posted - 2011.06.30 21:18:00 - [3]
 

1. Null question as conditions change from planet to planet.
2. Null question as conditions change from planet to planet.
3. Null question as conditions change from planet to planet.
4. Null question as conditions change from individual to individual.
5. Null question as there is no clear definition of "an innocent."
6. Null question, too situational. It would be a value 1+x.
7. Null question as I am a doctor.
Is there a reason for these questions to be so vague?


Myxx
Atropos Group
Posted - 2011.06.30 23:33:00 - [4]
 

Originally by: Nola Doyle
In its exploration of the human condition, NeuroGEN is conducting a public survey for the capsule pilot community. You may answer any or all questions in a manner that best fits your style, although we do request some explanation for how you reached your conclusion. Your opinion is important to us. Let us begin:

1. In ISK currency rounded to the nearest whole number, please indicate the approximate value of the following:
A) A homeless, eight year old girl suffering from malnutrition - 1 million isk.
B) A capsule pilot, approximately 88 years old, with no recorded ailments or debilitation - 1.2 million isk
C) A male Brutor, approximately 35 years old in peak physical condition - 800,000 isk
D) A female Achur, nearing 30, with an extended education and experience in a cloning laboratory 1.5 million isk

2. Does potential factor into your analysis in the value of an individual?
Yes

3. Please arrange the following from most to least valuable:
A) A medical doctor who owns a private practice
B) A street performer who entertains in crowded public areas
C) A teacher of mathematics
D) A slave laborer who works in a wheat field
E) A soldier trained in the arts of war

C, E, B, D, A

4. Please list three attributes that are most important in determining the worth of an individual.

Intelligence (that is, to say, how smart they are overall), how different their point of view is to mine (more different the better), work ethic.

5. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole ISK, the minimum reward required to harm an innocent (lacking amoral intent or wrongdoing) human.

depends on the situation - if its just a job from an agent, 15-30 million isk - if its personal... They only need to get in my way.

6. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole number, how many individuals you would consider sacrificing your life (assume cloning is not an option) for to guarantee their survival.

No answer possible, depends entirely on the situation. Not very likely at all. Almost no likelyhood of it happening. This question doesn't serve any apparent purpose.

7. Hypothetical situation: you are presented with the option of becoming a doctor, or another profession of your choice. If you choose another option than a doctor, many people will die. Which option do you choose?

I was aware that millions would die to my hand when I became a capsuleer.

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On behalf of NeuroGEN, we thank you for taking the time to respond to this survey. Those that complete it in full will receive our personal gratitude!



Lyn Farel
Knighthood of the Merciful Crown
Posted - 2011.07.01 01:19:00 - [5]
 

Edited by: Lyn Farel on 01/07/2011 01:19:18
As much as I do not see how this could even benefit the Nation, I will gladly help any scientific survey.

1. In ISK currency rounded to the nearest whole number, please indicate the approximate value of the following:
In terms of market value in some regions, these can effectively be priced, though as you ask for our opinion, there is no value I could put on any of these individual unless I want to value the sum of their economical work for the society, which can vary a lot. And there is not enough information here to make a calculation.

Though, after this caldari-like reasoning, I was here speaking about the value of their economical work, and not of their own personnal value in terms of isk. In that case, my answer is : impossible to estimate in isk without a proper and logical factor behind.


2. Does potential factor into your analysis in the value of an individual?
Yes and no. Potential remains what it is : potential. An individual with more potential than another could get more valuable in that view, but another one with less potential can be more effective in the initial situation.


3. Please arrange the following from most to least valuable:
Everything gets the same degree of usefulness in my opinion as everyone of these people plays a vital 'cog' of the society.


4. Please list three attributes that are most important in determining the worth of an individual.
Integrity, Knowledge, Curiosity.


5. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole ISK, the minimum reward required to harm an innocent (lacking amoral intent or wrongdoing) human.
If we are speaking of an innocent, nothing can be paid in my opinion to harm him/her.


6. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole number, how many individuals you would consider sacrificing your life (assume cloning is not an option) for to guarantee their survival.
This is not a matter of numbers if I eventually come to do such a thing.


7. Hypothetical situation: you are presented with the option of becoming a doctor, or another profession of your choice. If you choose another option than a doctor, many people will die. Which option do you choose?
The profession of my choice, considering that the choice will be guided by an ideal, and could even - or not - on the longer term save more people than the initial situation.

Nola Doyle
NeuroGEN
Posted - 2011.07.01 02:54:00 - [6]
 

Originally by: Raze Valadeus
My opinion is important to you? Very well then.

Originally by: Sylorin
Is there a reason for these questions to be so vague?

Originally by: Myxx
This question doesn't serve any apparent purpose.

Originally by: Lyn Farel
As much as I do not see how this could even benefit the Nation, I will gladly help any scientific survey.


Thank you! Your participation in this survey provides our research team with invaluable insight from the esteemed capsuleer community. On behalf of NeuroGEN, thank you again!

Tigerfish Torpedo
Underworld Protection Agency
Fatal Ascension
Posted - 2011.07.01 09:02:00 - [7]
 

A fascinating study, Ms Doyle. Allow me to provide my opinions on the below.

1.
A) Homeless 8 year old girl - 5 million ISK
B) 88 year old capsuleer - 1 million ISK (just to be generous)
C) Male Brutor - Worthless (I have a particular dislike for Brutors)
D) Female Achur - 100 million ISK (As a thirty year old female, she has plenty of merit, however having an extended education and cloning experience could be useful in my line of work).

2.
Potential, interestingly enough, factors into my answer for the 8 year old and the Achur, as both could impact the future in some way. That said, I doubt a Brutor nor ancient capsuleer have much in the way of potential.

3.
C – Teacher of mathematics
E – A soldier
A – Medical doctor
D – Slave laborer (wait, I’ve just found a use for the Brutor in question 1!)
B – Entertainer (I have no time for jesters)

4.
Three factors to determine the worth of a person?
1/ Loyalty – to blindly follow orders without question.
2/ Honesty – Don’t lie to me. I will kill liars.
3/ Intelligence – I tire of idiots.

5.
ISK to harm an innocent?
Zero (as I’ve killed many, many innocents for my own entertainment and this question is never usually driven by ISK or greed, but by motivation and duty. That said, in a promise I made to a good friend of mine, that answer of ‘zero’ may also be used to prove my integrity to her).

6.
An interesting question and not one that’s easy to answer. I place more value in some individuals, than I do others. If you were to ask whether or not I’d sacrifice myself for a single lover, then yes, I would, without hesitation. But if I could sacrifice myself to save an entire world, populated by millions, somewhere in the depths of New Eden, then I would have to pass. Fate has a grand ‘master plan’ for entire civilizations and I have no intention of wasting my life to interfere with that.

7.
I have never been interested in medicine, and thus would probably, rather selfishly, continue along whichever path I was already on. Whereas you mean this question on a humanitarian level, I have to look at other aspects of the question to find an answer. Saving people is not a priority for me, and being independently wealthy I wouldn’t need the inflated medical bills to pay my way in life. I find, as I get older, that people become more ungrateful with each passing year. Would the tireless efforts of a doctor even be appreciated? I doubt it.



Akrasjel Lanate
Gallente
Naquatech Conglomerate
Yulai Federation
Posted - 2011.07.01 12:31:00 - [8]
 

1. In ISK currency rounded to the nearest whole number, please indicate the approximate value of the following: (it depends on the place, and as you didn't mentioned it all anwser my way, from highest to lowest)
1 - D) A female Achur, nearing 30, with an extended education and experience in a cloning laboratory
2 - B) A capsule pilot, approximately 88 years old, with no recorded ailments or debilitation
3 - C) A male Brutor, approximately 35 years old in peak physical condition
4 - A) A homeless, eight year old girl suffering from malnutrition

2. Does potential factor into your analysis in the value of an individual?
Yes.

3. Please arrange the following from most to least valuable:
1 - C) A teacher of mathematics
2 - A) A medical doctor who owns a private practice
3 - E) A soldier trained in the arts of war
4 - B) A street performer who entertains in crowded public areas
5 - D) A slave laborer who works in a wheat field

4. Please list three attributes that are most important in determining the worth of an individual.
Inteligence, Loyalty, Discipline.

5. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole ISK, the minimum reward required to harm an innocent (lacking amoral intent or wrongdoing) human.
I don't plan harming innocent on purpose(there can be exception and that would be tens million of ISK). I have engouth enemies.

6. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole number, how many individuals you would consider sacrificing your life (assume cloning is not an option) for to guarantee their survival.
2(My parents)

7. Hypothetical situation: you are presented with the option of becoming a doctor, or another profession of your choice. If you choose another option than a doctor, many people will die. Which option do you choose?
The profession of my choice.

Boma Airaken
Seekers of a Silent Paradise
Posted - 2011.07.01 12:34:00 - [9]
 

None of them are worth anything, they are a disease.

Norrin Ellis
Venture Racing
Posted - 2011.07.01 15:46:00 - [10]
 

Originally by: Boma Airaken
None of them are worth anything, they are a disease.

Boma, you wound me. Deeply.

Kemekk
Amarr
Black Lodge Knights of Scale
Posted - 2011.07.01 23:59:00 - [11]
 

1. In ISK currency rounded to the nearest whole number, please indicate the approximate value of the following:
A) 40 ISK.
B) Varies based on the race of the pilot.
C) 4,000 to 6,000 ISK.
D) 50,000 to 1,000,000 ISK depending on the region.

2. Does potential factor into your analysis in the value of an individual?
Yes.

3. Please arrange the following from most to least valuable:
A) A medical doctor who owns a private practice
B) A soldier trained in the arts of war
C) A street performer who entertains in crowded public areas
D) A teacher of mathematics
E) A slave laborer who works in a wheat field

4. Please list three attributes that are most important in determining the worth of an individual.
Honesty, loyalty, and intelligence.

5. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole ISK, the minimum reward required to harm an innocent (lacking amoral intent or wrongdoing) human.
More information on the method of harm and reason for harm would be needed.

6. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole number, how many individuals you would consider sacrificing your life (assume cloning is not an option) for to guarantee their survival.
Assuming the individuals are just, honest citizens: Infinite.

7. Hypothetical situation: you are presented with the option of becoming a doctor, or another profession of your choice. If you choose another option than a doctor, many people will die. Which option do you choose?
Varies based on the other profession. If the other option is a soldier, many people dying may be a desired side-effect.



***NOTE: At least 5 minutes of thought were put into each answer.

Jason Galente
Gallente
mishima ryu
Posted - 2011.07.02 03:17:00 - [12]
 

Edited by: Jason Galente on 02/07/2011 03:35:02
1. In ISK currency rounded to the nearest whole number, please indicate the approximate value of the following:
A) A homeless, eight year old girl suffering from malnutrition: Worthless
B) A capsule pilot, approximately 88 years old, with no recorded ailments or debilitation: 50,000 ISK
C) A male Brutor, approximately 35 years old in peak physical condition: 100,000 ISK
D) A female Achur, nearing 30, with an extended education and experience in a cloning laboratory: 500,000 ISK

2. Does potential factor into your analysis in the value of an individual?

Yes

3. Please arrange the following from most to least valuable:

1. A soldier trained in the arts of war
2. A medical doctor who owns a private practice
3. A teacher of mathematics
4. A slave laborer who works in a wheat field
5. A street performer who entertains in crowded public areas


4. Please list three attributes that are most important in determining the worth of an individual.

1. Loyalty
2. Honesty
3. Condition (Physical and Mental)


5. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole ISK, the minimum reward required to harm an innocent (lacking amoral intent or wrongdoing) human.

50,000 ISK

6. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole number, how many individuals you would consider sacrificing your life (assume cloning is not an option) for to guarantee their survival.

1

7. Hypothetical situation: you are presented with the option of becoming a doctor, or another profession of your choice. If you choose another option than a doctor, many people will die. Which option do you choose?

The career of my choice.

Merdaneth
Amarr
Defensores Fidei
Curatores Veritatis Alliance
Posted - 2011.07.02 09:25:00 - [13]
 

Originally by: Raze Valadeus

2. Does potential factor into your analysis in the value of an individual?
- All individuals have potential in some form or another. The value of an individual (assuming you refer to monetary value) cannot be measured, potential or not.


The right answer would be that you don't want to put a monetary value on an individual.

Saying that it cannot be measured is folly when faced with the reality of it being measured all across New Eden daily. How do you think wages come about?

Individuals are can only be priceless to those who have no need, want or care about money. To God, each individual soul is priceless. To the Caldari trader, they most definitely have a price.

Merdaneth
Amarr
Defensores Fidei
Curatores Veritatis Alliance
Posted - 2011.07.02 09:34:00 - [14]
 

Originally by: Nola Doyle
In its exploration of the human condition, NeuroGEN is conducting a public survey for the capsule pilot community.


Ms. Doyle, I find your question incorrectly framed. Value is always defined for a goal. Since people are complicated products to say the least, information is lacking.

You want me to put an ISK price on them as if I'm buying them at the Amarr slave market, as if they were a friend or family member, as if I'm stranded with them on a barren desert planet. And what would I get for my ISK. A labor contract, a slave collar, a promise to help me?

Nola Doyle
NeuroGEN
Posted - 2011.07.02 15:16:00 - [15]
 

Originally by: Tigerfish Torpedo
A fascinating study, Ms Doyle. Allow me to provide my opinions on the below.

Originally by: Akrasjel Lanate
(it depends on the place, and as you didn't mentioned it all anwser my way, from highest to lowest)

Originally by: Boma Airaken
None of them are worth anything, they are a disease.

Originally by: Kemekk
***NOTE: At least 5 minutes of thought were put into each answer.

Originally by: Jason Galente
50,000 ISK

Originally by: Merdaneth
Value is always defined for a goal.


Thank you! Your participation in this survey provides our research team with invaluable insight from the esteemed capsuleer community. On behalf of NeuroGEN, thank you again!

Nur AlHuda
Amarr
Callide Vulpis
Posted - 2011.07.02 18:39:00 - [16]
 

1. C.) I dont know but the highest would be probably Brutor as he can be used as slave worker.

2 Yes.

3.

D) A slave laborer who works in a wheat field
E) A soldier trained in the arts of war
C) A teacher of mathematic
A) A medical doctor who owns a private practice
B) A street performer who entertains in crowded public areas

4. How good he can work, how long he can work and how fast can he get back to work.

5. Depends who is the individual and what his death will achieve.

6. 1

7. Doctor

Acerba Agikor
Amarr
Posted - 2011.07.02 21:48:00 - [17]
 

Edited by: Acerba Agikor on 02/07/2011 21:51:23
1. In ISK currency rounded to the nearest whole number, please indicate the approximate value of the following:
A) A homeless, eight year old girl suffering from malnutrition
500-2000 ISK. As young as she is, she could be molded into any shape you desire, and the gratitude gained by feeding her would make her obedient.
B) A capsule pilot, approximately 88 years old, with no recorded ailments or debilitation
Although one might be able to get a high price for a capsuleer at market, they're worthless. Too untrustworthy and fiercely independent to be of much use.
C) A male Brutor, approximately 35 years old in peak physical condition
Assuming an unskilled laborer, 100-300 ISK. Although presently in good physical condition, the specimen is too old.
D) A female Achur, nearing 30, with an extended education and experience in a cloning laboratory
10-100 million ISK. As a capsuleer, such an individual is rather valuable

2. Does potential factor into your analysis in the value of an individual?
Yes.

3. Please arrange the following from most to least valuable:
E) A soldier trained in the arts of war
A) A medical doctor who owns a private practice
C) A teacher of mathematics
D) A slave laborer who works in a wheat field
B) A street performer who entertains in crowded public areas

4. Please list three attributes that are most important in determining the worth of an individual.
Skills, health, and loyalty

5. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole ISK, the minimum reward required to harm an innocent (lacking amoral intent or wrongdoing) human.
No amount of ISK is capable of paying the cost of one's soul.

6. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole number, how many individuals you would consider sacrificing your life (assume cloning is not an option) for to guarantee their survival.
One.

7. Hypothetical situation: you are presented with the option of becoming a doctor, or another profession of your choice. If you choose another option than a doctor, many people will die. Which option do you choose?
The alternate profession. Many people would die if I became a doctor.

Che Biko
Humanitarian Communists
Posted - 2011.07.05 00:27:00 - [18]
 

1. In ISK currency rounded to the nearest whole number, please indicate the approximate value of the following:

I can't answer this question. It depends on too many unmentioned factors. Without context, I would say that they are all of equal worth, and that ISK is a poor way to measure value.

2. Does potential factor into your analysis in the value of an individual?

Yes.

3. Please arrange the following from most to least valuable:

It depends on the situation/context.

4. Please list three attributes that are most important in determining the worth of an individual.

I think they are logic, knowledge, and accurate perception. (I'm assuming your are talking about the attributes of the person determining the value.)

5. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole ISK, the minimum reward required to harm an innocent (lacking amoral intent or wrongdoing) human.

0. Some would even do these things if they had to pay a price. And accidents happen all the time.

6. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole number, how many individuals you would consider sacrificing your life (assume cloning is not an option) for to guarantee their survival.

Either 1 (if the question is about the minimum required number) or all (if the question is about the number of individuals among all of them). On a side note, there is no such thing as a guarantee for survival (quite the opposite, everything ends, sooner or later), but that would not change my answers.

7. Hypothetical situation: you are presented with the option of becoming a doctor, or another profession of your choice. If you choose another option than a doctor, many people will die. Which option do you choose?

Hmm, many people will die no matter what option I choose. Perhaps I could prevent more deaths in another profession. I would choose the option that results in the least suffering.

Cmdr Baxter
The Synenose Accord
Celestial Imperative
Posted - 2011.07.05 14:06:00 - [19]
 

Edited by: Cmdr Baxter on 05/07/2011 14:07:18
Originally by: Nola Doyle
In its exploration of the human condition, NeuroGEN is conducting a public survey for the capsule pilot community. You may answer any or all questions in a manner that best fits your style, although we do request some explanation for how you reached your conclusion. Your opinion is important to us. Let us begin:

1. In ISK currency rounded to the nearest whole number, please indicate the approximate value of the following:
A) A homeless, eight year old girl suffering from malnutrition
B) A capsule pilot, approximately 88 years old, with no recorded ailments or debilitation
C) A male Brutor, approximately 35 years old in peak physical condition
D) A female Achur, nearing 30, with an extended education and experience in a cloning laboratory

2. Does potential factor into your analysis in the value of an individual?

3. Please arrange the following from most to least valuable:
A) A medical doctor who owns a private practice
B) A street performer who entertains in crowded public areas
C) A teacher of mathematics
D) A slave laborer who works in a wheat field
E) A soldier trained in the arts of war

4. Please list three attributes that are most important in determining the worth of an individual.

5. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole ISK, the minimum reward required to harm an innocent (lacking amoral intent or wrongdoing) human.

6. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole number, how many individuals you would consider sacrificing your life (assume cloning is not an option) for to guarantee their survival.

7. Hypothetical situation: you are presented with the option of becoming a doctor, or another profession of your choice. If you choose another option than a doctor, many people will die. Which option do you choose?

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On behalf of NeuroGEN, we thank you for taking the time to respond to this survey. Those that complete it in full will receive our personal gratitude!


How quaint. Sansha supporters conducting a survey measuring the value on - amongst other things - non-capsuleer life.

Yaniv Uttra
Caldari
KVMT Strategic Investments
Posted - 2011.07.06 00:29:00 - [20]
 

Edited by: Yaniv Uttra on 06/07/2011 00:30:58
Voluntary valuation.

A) A homeless, eight year old girl suffering from malnutrition
Answer: 0 isk. Without context there is no value - i.e. ask someone who has a use for this type of person..

B) A capsule pilot, approximately 88 years old, with no recorded ailments or debilitation
Answer: 0 isk. Without context there is no value - i.e. regular customer, skilled employee, important relative. If the pilot was within those contexts it would be possible to better quantify their value.

C) A male Brutor, approximately 35 years old in peak physical condition
Answer: Probably 900 isk, as that may be the going rate on the market, not that I trade in these.

D) A female Achur, nearing 30, with an extended education and experience in a cloning laboratory
Answer: Probably 25,000 isk, to pay for their time and experience should their advice be required.

2. Does potential factor into your analysis in the value of an individual?

Absolutely. In fact, it is the main factor.

3. Please arrange the following from most to least valuable:

C) A teacher of mathematics
E) A soldier trained in the arts of war
A) A medical doctor who owns a private practice
D) A slave laborer who works in a wheat field
B) A street performer who entertains in crowded public areas

Reasoning: Arranged in order of potential economic benefit from my standpoint.

4. Please list three attributes that are most important in determining the worth of an individual.

- Competence
- Need for their competence
- Work ethic


5. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole ISK, the minimum reward required to harm an innocent (lacking amoral intent or wrongdoing) human.

Answer: It will have to exceed the value of the damage caused by doing that harm. If you can provide a figure for that by giving a context, then that is the minimum. Typically it is a very large number.

6. Please indicate, rounded to the nearest whole number, how many individuals you would consider sacrificing your life (assume cloning is not an option) for to guarantee their survival.

Answer: Nobody.

7. Hypothetical situation: you are presented with the option of becoming a doctor, or another profession of your choice. If you choose another option than a doctor, many people will die. Which option do you choose?

Answer: I would choose to be a trader.

Aiwha
Caldari
101st Space Marine Force
Nulli Secunda
Posted - 2011.07.06 06:12:00 - [21]
 

1.A) 0
B) Depends on his or her skill layout, I'd say 30-40 billion is not out of the question.
C) 0
D) Priceless. Any cloning tech is a dear friend of mine.


2. Not really, we are a product of our accomplishments and experiences.


3. E, A, C, D, B.

4. Past feats, attitude, aaaaand.... That's all I usually judge by.

5. I'll pass up any job/sale/bounty that drops below 500k outright. Not worth my time.

6. I served as a medical officer in the Caldari Navy. I quickly lost the optimistic value people still
place on life. When I became a capsuleer I chose to become a soldier, I haven't looked back.

Tigerfish Torpedo
Underworld Protection Agency
Fatal Ascension
Posted - 2011.07.06 09:28:00 - [22]
 

Originally by: Yaniv Uttra
C)... Probably 900 isk, as that may be the going rate on the market, not that I trade in these.


My god man, I spend more than that on Quafe! Talk about tight!

Tiger.


 

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