SciFi Question of the Day: If a person from the 29th century was stranded in our time, what possibly deadly mistakes might they make out of naïveté?
Daniel Beard steps down an elevator shaft thinking it is a drop tube and expects a gentle stop at the bottom. not the hard stop.
Gwendolyn Wilkins Crossing the road without looking
Eden Mabee My husband says “Breathe the air” I say… Dare to suggest they are more civilized or advanced because of the century they are born in. I mean…look at us compared to some of the societies of the past.
James Lucius That depends. If they planned to come here and were stranded due to some accident, then naiveté itself was the deadliest mistake.
Charles Root Jr Walking around in a gated community with a hoodie on
Daniel Beard to use a lyric of Tom Lehrer “Don’t drink the water, and don’t breathe the air.”
Dede Pazour McDonalds
Bernard Hildebrand Peeing on the third rail
Jonathan A. Turgeon Not knowing facebook hasnt ruled the world yet
Google Plus Answers:
Laston Kirkland cars don’t have any hyper reactive collision avoidance… I’m sure that in the future a person could run through light traffic going 70mph without even worrying that one of these cars might hit him.
Ron Whitmire Kind of difficult for us to answer, without knowing what the 29th century is like. I guess showing up in Arizona without their immigration papers would be one possible mistake.
Peter Dexter die flippantly, thinking there’s a resurrection ship nearby ….
john edwards Announce their presence in public without a means of escape or self defense.
Moe Tousignant Start playing MMO and die of starvation.
Sub Join G+/Facebook/Sociail Networking site for MMO
I would love to hear what you think! Even if you are reading this post a year or more after publishing, I hope you will leave a comment with your own ideas on this topic.
The previous SciFi Q of the Day is Channel the Genre Trope
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The next SciFi Q of the Day is Cloning Tesla.
If you could clone any human (not related to you) from the 20th century, who would it be?
You wake up in a laboratory and a lab-coated person informs you that you are not the original “you” but a clone. After an orientation period during which you realize that they are indeed telling the truth (and you meet the “original” you) the scientists give you $250,000 starter money, a SSN, passport, and other necessary ID (Different than the “original”)
…what would you do with your life?
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