Hm! Weirdy and tricky questions! Me likes!
1.- Events in entertainment media happening in real life:
It really depends. if you talk about me getting into in some ass-weird situation that involves monsters, paranormal events and parallel-universes, I'd say, "FUCK no!". If talking about dealing with my imminent death or that of a loved one, it WILL happen for sure sooner or later. It just really depends on what event we are talking about.
2.- Choose between the life of your child or wife:
Hmm... I wouldn't really know. Maybe my wife, but the loss of a child is a pretty hard thing to get by. But then again, without a partner, it would be a damn hard mess taking care of a child by myself. If I could I think I'd let my wife take care of the situation. By the way, maybe you should modify the question so it reflect the possibility of a girl answering this thing. Talking about a wife is kinda one-sided.
3.- Equality between humanity and self-aware created creature:
If the shit already hit the fan, then probably yes, I may try to do something. The created creatures would most likely rebel in the future to earn it's so called freedom, then it would depend in who has better equipment to kill the other one and will have happily earned ourselves an enemy for the entire human race, nice eh?
4.- Steal in order to live:
I'm pretty sure I'd do the same. Hell! If I had to kill someone in order to keep on living, I would most probably do it. If I have to take care of my family, then that isn't a question. That would happen if I didn't have any other option. I'm supposing a scenario where I need money FAST or I'm/we're dead.
5.- Love towards the son who happens to be your brother's:
Perhaps. The kid isn't to blame. I'd demand answers from my wife to know what happened. If the answer doesn't convince me I'd think on what to do then.
6.- Stranger offers happines now or later:
I don't get the catch here. If I happen to choose happines now, would I still have it later? What does the stranger do or has that he is able to "create" happiness? If I can create my own happiness, why would I say yes or does the stranger is capable of creating "better" happiness? If we are talking about getting addicted to drugs, I'm pretty sure I'd bludgeon the guy if I have the right tools and we are in the right location.
7.- Omnipotent power:
Haah! What would I NOT do? Well, trying to not get corrupted by it is easy to say but, how would I do it? I don't know, but I'd try to first correct the world around me, if I fail I'd keep on trying until finding a way to correct my mistakes until reaching the way it was before and then try again. If I happen to do it correctly and not grow tired of doing and undoing my mistakes I'd try to work on a bigger scale. To "correct" something is very vague actually, and could be interpreted in any way you like, would I try to correct politics? in what way? wouldn't I be making the same mistakes as the others before me? Since I live in a country where nature gets banged by us pretty hard and pretty often without getting any real gain, I'd start there, but I'd need to study enough to be able to assess the situation and address the actual problems to know how to fix them properly and in a way that convinces not only me but the locals too.... Hmm... that would be pretty hard.
8.- Sex with anyone without repercussions:
This goes back to question 5, wouldn't I be doing the same my supposed wife did? that would be hipocrisy, wouldn't it? But it IS oh so tempting, "wouldn't you even dare to try once? you can get out unscathed from whatever happens. Your partner will never know, that is if you don't tell him/her".
Supposing that happens to be true, "I know I'm just a human after all, wouldn't my partner do the same? she did in question 5!". One can, and most likely will, think it over and over, asking himself/herself what would be gained or what would be lost. A friend says "Love and lust are two very different things". In part it is true, you can love a member of your family and don't feel lust at all towards it, you can lust for someone you saw only once in the bus or in the market or wandering the streets, but when you are romantically involved with someone, lust and love are intertwined, you lose one of those who knows what will happen? My answer is I don't know, I'm just human after all. I would probably feel guilty after-wards, but who knows? I may be an asshole too!
9.- Still befriending someone who doesn't agree with me:
Yeah, I think so, as long as he/she doesn't start questioning my way of thinking unless he/she actually wants to have a constructive discussion. I have a friend (not my best
but a good one) who is christian and I ask him about his beliefs, from time to time we get into an argument because he doesn't agree with me but we still hang out (when we can, which is pretty rare), the same happens sometimes when he asks me about my beliefs, or lack of them, anyway!
But that's something that, for me, is an important part of that friendship.
In other case, I HAD a friend which I disagreed in terms of politics, he always questioned me about why I thought this or that was right or wrong, always trying to get into an argument even though we just had one! Most of my friends don't agree with me in politics but that one apparently just was around to piss me off when I said I didn't agree with him. So, fuck 'im, I stopped seeing 'im.
10.- Loving a cloned dead person:
I doubt it. I'm pretty sure that a clone isn't bound to the original's past, in other words, the experiences you had with that loved one isn't going to pass on to the clone, meaning that it will be a different person altogether. Now, IF the memories of the clone are the same as that of the deceased, then we are taking a different approach to the idea. If that was the case, I wouldn't know! Heh!
"I settled for that shriek. Those dull vacant eyes... oiled cabbage stench of her...! [...] You know what? I'm sorry if I'm not gonna do this the way you want me to or the way you might. But I will not make an angel out of someone who wasn't an angel...!" -Chief Tyrol, on his beloved wife.
Have you heard about the saying that goes something like "drunk people and kids tell no lies"? Well, that's just a fallacy.