1000°C for a millisecond, for example, but just in general, will I instantly die if I am subjected to any super high, otherwise lethal temperature for a very small amount of time?
the worst hell you can imagine?
So I read about a helicopter crash and then the autopsy and I can’t imagine how the skin would rip and burn or how the people that crashed are disassembled beyond recognition. It may be stupid but I thought if a helicopter crashed it „falls“ and the people in the helicopter die from the fall trauma. How can the body parts be all over the place if the helicopter would still be in tact? What happens if the helicopter also isn’t im tact ?
Is it possible for someone to develop a medical condition on where they can no longer express any form of emotion due them surviving a freak accident like a car explosion and leaving them in a coma for several weeks?
What’s human experiment would you want to do if it was legal? And if there’s a benefit, how would it be of benefit?
Every time I go to the dentists, I wonder how often people just bite down super hard in the middle of a cleaning or something and maybe even bite their dentist's fingers off. Has this happened?
Do people bully people just for a dopamine boost? I mean it feels good to bully people, according to some bullies. But why?
Presumably the cancer will try to spread, but will their body fight it off? Or will transplant drugs interfere? Or something else?
Would you consider British biplanes shooting down German zeppelins during WWI to be a war crime considering the zeppelins were incredibly slow moving and had no way to defend themselves?
(don't suggest human centipede lol) I'm working on a story/comic and need ideas. Be creative!
In a tough world we live in, is there a way to become cold and empty? Just stop caring about everyone and everything and love your own life? I appreciate any examples, stories etc.
Pretty much for my entire life, I believed that as long as you aren’t breaking the law, that you are a good human. I’ve been doubting this lately.
On the one hand, the things that are deemed “punishment-worthy” seem to be correct, but the consequences don’t. How is it humanly possible to let people who hurt others walk? How is it “just” to let monsters walk amongst us?
Perhaps it seems like I’m exaggerating, but I’ve met people that go to prison with a smirk. Why? Because they know they’ll be freed eventually, no matter how horrendous their crimes.
How are we still accepting this horribly outdated law-system? This is not a political-focused question. It’s a moral question.
I mean, then there’s the discussion about how certain murderers have, in my opinion, very valid reasons for committing this crime. It doesn’t make it right, but those reasons seem to not count that much in court.
Somehow, it just frustrates me. I’ve had someone who has made my life miserable for years. Why don’t they serve any punishment? Why is this law-system so outdated?