I'm wondering if anyone can point out any flaw(s) or something I missed / looked over, etc.. Assume I decide I live, there are three options. 1. Things get better (+1) 2. Things get worse (-1) 3. Things stay the same (-1) Assume I decide I die, there are three options. 1. Things get better (+1) 2. Things get worse (-1) 3. Nothing happens [Non-existent] (+1) So that's 1 point for living, two points for death. Life's possibility's are unpredictable and there's no way to get a percent chance of one happening rather than the other, which is the same for death. [If you're religious, just pretend you don't know what happens when you die] I still consider that maybe something happens in life that is worth it and makes up for the bad, but it is unpredictable and could be said the same for death.