Please explain the actual scientific reason as to why?
Yeah, I was gonna say that I'd rather burn because you'd suffocate... My car broke down in the mountains at 8pm after it was snowing the whole day.. I had to walk 2 and a half miles until my phone finally got signal. I know cold lol.. and I wouldn't want to deal with that... also, wouldn't you go numb after your body was burned to a certain degree? Your skin/tissue, etc would be dead from the heat, so you wouldn't feel it..?
Actually i'd say burning to death, cuz when you get burned, as in 3rd degree, it doesn't take long to burn away ur pain receptors. And to top that, I don't know about the rest of you, but to me, freezing burns in its own little way, lol :) you'd die a lot faster being in a fire versus being in an ice cube.
if you lose conciousness you wouldn't feel it. And if you die, you wouldn't suffer as burn "victims" would. I do feel for them though, life is it's own hell sometimes. I tell my husband (in my living will) that if I ever got to that point, just take me to Kauai and shove me over the cliff.
I'd choose freezing. I've read accounts of people who have almost frozen to death and after the period of violent shivering passes they fall into a pleasant stupor where they feel warm and safe.
Even if it was short the intense pain of burning sounds much worse.
Depends on the method really. If they're like the witch burnings, or even a fire in the house, you'd probably pass out before suffering. If someone throws gas on you and lights you on fire, that would probably hurt. Quite a bit. Even if it is momentarily.
Frozen isnt so bad as long as you never start to warm up again. Then it feels just like being burned. I got frostbite on my hands really bad once. When I ran them under cold water to thaw them out again the pain was like burning and was terrible.
It's actually to be burned (you wouldn't think right?) But it's true...the reason being is that the overconcentration of CO2 would make you lose conciousness long before you would go numb and die from the cold.
To me it would be better to froze to death. Because with burning to death, you're just dying slowly in huge pain. I'm not a scientist so I can't give an exact scientific reason but that's just my opinion on it
I watched something on t.v. about freezing to death, and it looked like hell. I saw a video of a man burning to death, unfortunately, and it looked like hell. How about neither lol
Okay then. And why were you asking a question you already knew the answer to? lol It would still be a more painful death so I'd prefer freezing
It's true that you'd go numb, but it wouldn't go numb as fast as your pain receptors would be burnt away ;)
Unfortunately, that is incorrect. I will wait for a few more takers before giving the tested conclusions.
Lol, uh wait, wouldn't it take longer for your body to freeze than if you were thrown into a fire?
I'd definitely say frozen. Although it may be slower it would be a hell of a lot less painful.
lol, you know, a friend asked me this when i was little, and i still chose the same thing
If you already knew the answer to this question, why did you ask it? Just wondering...
you know what realy is a painfull death??? drowning into the ocean look it up
Yes, but it would still be more painful. Burn victims would attest to that.
Frozen. You go numb. If you burn you feel everything.
I agree, that would be my choice.