The way many people describe the state of the world during The Blip, it actually sounds like it could have been better. More peaceful, worldwide cooperation, etc. So, was Thanos right, after all? Many (in the real world) have argued that the world would be better off with a drastically reduced population. With climate change in mind, the notion does seem plausible. So, what do you think, should we reassess Thanos? Yes, halving the population of the universe was extreme to the utmost degree, and was also done unilaterally. But does the possible positive result, along with his seemingly good intentions, mean that he wasn't all bad?