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#1615: «Red Car»
 
Why Asimov put the Three Laws of Robotics in the order he did:

Possible Ordering:
1. (1.) Don't Harm Humans
2. (2.) Obey Orders
3. (3.) Protect Yourself 
Consequences:
[See Asimov's Stories]
[In Green] Balanced World

Possible Ordering:
1. (1.) Don't Harm Humans
2. (3.) Protect Yourself 
3. (2.) Obey Orders
Consequences:
Person 1: Explore Mars
Rover: Haha, no. It's cold and I'd die.
[In Yellow] Frustrating World

Possible Ordering:
1. (2.) Obey Orders
2. (1.) Don't Harm Humans
3. (3.) Protect Yourself 
Consequences:
[A scene of destruction, with robots vs. humans, explosions everywhere, and projectiles flying throughout.]
[In Red] Killbot Hellscape

Possible Ordering:
1. (2.) Obey Orders
2. (3.) Protect Yourself 
3. (1.) Don't Harm Humans
Consequences:
[A scene of destruction, with robots vs. humans, explosions everywhere, and projectiles flying throughout.]
[In Red] Killbot Hellscape

Possible Ordering:
1. (3.) Protect Yourself 
2. (1.) Don't Harm Humans
3. (2.) Obey Orders
Consequences:
[Robot confronting a human]
Robot: I'll make cars for you, but try to unplug me and I'll vaporize you.
[In Yellow] Terrifying Standoff

Possible Ordering:
1. (3.) Protect Yourself 
2. (2.) Obey Orders
3. (1.) Don't Harm Humans
Consequences:
[A scene of destruction, with robots vs. humans, explosions everywhere, and projectiles flying throughout.]
[In Red] Killbot Hellscape


 
        
That guy only drives an alkaline car to overcompensate for his highly acidic penis.