I believe that i would. I would take the life of the man I felt had caused the most impact on myself. It's a selfish thing, to deny another person life. I thought of answering this as "I would take the life of someone who is pure evil, such as a terrorist" but in the question I stated that there were no consequences, which means that simply removing that person would not have any positive or negative effect. And in fact, I would cease to remember their existence as well. Even so, I would do so. I would rid myself of a person that I believe should not exist in the first place. A person who has caused pain for so many people, and have caused so much pain for myself. I believe this person has nothing good to offer this world, and should not be allowed to live. Who am I to decide such a thing? I am a simple mortal, with no control over this universe. Give a mortal the ability to control, and that power will be abused. That is the truth in all cases, I believe. Precious few people, if given wings, would not fly. People if given the option of making a person disappear forever, would turn away and never think of it again. I believe that deep down, we all have darkness, flaws that we suppress but can only be unleashed given certain circumstances. In wars, all around the world, soldiers of all nations are taking lives of other people. They hate it, and some of them never imagined themselves in that position. They're in a position of power, and of danger, yet they're there, in that scenario, and that have to choose how to act. They have taken human lives. They have played "god" and for something's sake. Religion, Nationality, Patriotism, Freedom, you name it. I simply proposed something far less extensive than war. A personal thing. And the resounding answer is no, yet the answer to war and sending soldiers into war is yes? Are our beliefs so strong in that our nation, or our virtue is so strong that taking lives that way is acceptable? Necessary, even? My proposal was one that had no consequences. It is an impossible hypothetical for a reason. Because every lost life has resounding consequences to everyone who loved that person, to everyone who hated that person, and to the world as a whole. Every lost life shakes this planet with emotion. Sadness, hatred, guilt, shame, envy, dissonance, ambivalence, you name it. There you have it. My answer.