Puzzle through the ethical dilemma where two ships are in distress but you can onlysave one, and decide: which do you choose?
You are the captain of an interstellar cargo transport headed to port when you receive two distress calls. The first is from a labor ship, whose passengers are running out of oxygen. The other from a luxury space cruiser which has lost a thruster, sending them careening into danger. With only enough time to save one ship, which should you choose? DougMackay explores this classic ethical dilemma.
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