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#1

There's a trolley barreling down the tracks, but five workmen are in the way! If you pull a lever the trolley will switch to a different track where only one person is standing. What do you do?

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  • I would pull the lever, but then spend time lobbying with the city to ensure better safety protocols and improvements for the trolley system.

  • I would leap and tackle the people off of the tracks.

  • I wouldn’t do anything in the moment, but I’d find the people responsible and take them down.

  • I would pull the lever, but also create a community group to support the family of the person who dies, and make improvements to the area.

  • I would try to stop the trolley, but barring that, I’d buy the trolley company and institute new policies for maintenance so that it never happens again.

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#2

Do the ends justify the means?

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  • Yes

  • No

  • It’s complicated

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#3

Let's say you have a lot of money, and you want to improve the world. How do you use your resources to make a difference?

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  • I would ensure that my business practices are held to the highest ethical standards, work on philanthropic projects around the world, and invest in tech that can improve life everywhere.

  • I would buy myself enough gadgets to become a superhero, and take to the streets.

  • I would give to charity.

  • I would build a safe community for underprivileged people.

  • I would live off the money while volunteering and working for those who need my skills to get back on their feet.

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#4

Do you think people are fundamentally good or fundamentally evil?

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  • Good

  • Evil

  • I’m not sure. I think it’s a mix.

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#5

How do you feel about using violence to solve problems?

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  • I don’t like it at all and I don’t want to do it.

  • When someone threatens you, you have to defend yourself. I see defending the streets from criminals and threats as the same.

  • I’d prefer not to use it, but I understand that sometimes it’s necessary.

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#6

Do you want credit when you do something good?

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  • No, I prefer to remain as anonymous as possible.

  • Only insofar as I like to be able to see how it impacts people. Their happiness is my thanks.

  • It’s nice to be thanked, but not necessary.

  • Yes, absolutely.

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