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When you’re the son of a moral psychology professor, you’re apparently never too young to deal with complex ethical dilemmas. Take the classic trolley problem, for example, which offers the participant the hypothetical of either doing nothing and running over five people on the main track or diverting the trolley to hit one person on a side track.

But when this two-year-old boy was asked by his psychologist father to offer his take on the trolley problem, he decided to go with option C, taking the action figure on the second track and grouping it with the other five on the first track before running over the whole group of innocent toy people.


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Looks like ol’ Thomas the Train is going to be doing some hard time. “Uh-oh” is right!
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