100 Politicians are stranded on a desert island with a tin of beans. They all blame each other and discuss the possibilities for the future. They die rather quickly of thirst.
100 Economists are stranded on a desert island with a tin of beans. They develop a complex system of trade with Loans, Hedge funds, and Ponzi Schemes all based on the currency of the Bean (which they correctly predicted would increase in value as they became closer to death). They all die of starvation; 97 end their lives in insurmountable debt, three of them have enormous equity in the Bean
100 Christians are stranded on a desert island with a tin of beans. They pray for more beans. As they die of starvation, they realize the error of their ways and begin to worship the almighty Bean.
100 People of mixed religions are stranded on a desert island. They don't notice the tin of beans in the bloodshed.
100 Scientists are stranded on a desert island with a tin of beans. They break up into small groups and specialize in their own different areas, building shelter, gathering water, food and resources. They survive and develop a peaceful balanced society.
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