The fact that you asked this question of humanity more than 3 months ago, and yet no one has responded speaks volumes to the difficulty of the situation. It does speak to the complexity of humanity. In the end, until a human being is faced with the moment of death for himself and even worse family, he does not know if he will act instinctively or with morality. Obviously, the "public" side of us wants to think we would act with morality. Being a husband and father, if I were in a small boat with 1500 people in waters with an average survivability of 5 minutes, with the very real risk of swamping the boat were in everyone dies, I'm not sure I would have acted otherwise. Maybe you know different?