Steve Sailer writes:
First, why use a something as unlikely to successfully work as a human body, when you should be looking around for something more likely to slow down a trolley?
You know, rather than immediately push the fat man to his death, maybe it would make more sense to enlist his help in finding and shoving something more useful into position? (…)
Third, have you ever tried to push a fat man to his death? I don’t want to get into a lot of irrelevant details here of who tried to do what to whom, but let me just note for the record: It’s not really as easy as philosophers assume.