reply to post by Fractured.Facade
well you said
There are only two possible outcomes in every case, one where you intervene and one where you do not, you are completely aware of both.
in the scenario choice i explored with you as the main actor, you intervened.
You wont have to, if you carry out the solution, you already know that it ends badly for you, no matter how you pull it off.
HOWEVER, you only see that in the OOBE, you have no proof that it was indeed him that you killed and not just a statue or figurine, and you can't
prove that he actually killed you either because you could be faking it.
So, how does one deal with the outcome of doing nothing?
by doing something.
The very presence of the dilemmas suggests that you do not know which choice you will make... So we are back where we started here.
of course you know which choice you will make, cause you're a nice guy, and you wouldn't want people to get hurt, so you already made those choices
and killed a not real person and feigned death. lol
If you choose to take him out within this 72 hour period, it will go down as a random act of violence, from an insane person who was killed by
security at the site where this man will be in that time period. There is only one way to do it, and it must be quick... Only one opportunity
No, there's always building a fake scene, where it looks like it did in your oobe, so the one opportunity is taken against a life like model of the
guy, not a real person. And as a result, the security don't have to kill you cause you haven't done any killing, just fooled yourself. lol
not my fault you made the scenario futile to solve in any other fashion.
YOU HAVE TO LIE TO YOURSELF to solve it lol see, that's why it's better to deal with super position in future scenarios. cause there's always a way
out of a "futile" scenario if it's a future event
edit on 18-9-2011 by undo because: (no reason given)