So if not for the chance of idea going completely wrong, we wouldn't feel like it's worth our time?
That can't be right.
Many operations are conducted solely for the purpose of increasing the chance of success for the future plans. That's like the synonym of evolution, lole..
If that would be the case, why shouldn't we just kill each other out of pity?
If we would know about everything on the topic of "what happens after death", how long would it take for the humanity to break it's taboo?
What if we would add biological immortality to the mix~
Let's say that there are four basic options that are 100% sure and correct and humanity have nearly absolute trust towards it's truthfulness.>Reincarnation>Heaven>Hell>Great unknown / Nirvana
..and because of the results, we - as humanity - have absolutely no way of knowing what are the variables that could increase / ensure reliability of going into a certian form after deciding to die / being killed. You can only live with a knowledge and trust of the ancient books and words.
Now, in a world like this, would a murder, euthanasia, terrorism and suicide become even more "special" or would it be less of a deal?
The possibility of biological immortality would probably greatly increse the taboo of death and everything connected to it but we can add and subtract this subjection as we wish~
It would only reward us with two extra possibilities, unless we would to change pretty much anything else from the table of suggestions and variables~