They would all die.
I love science content, especially Scishow. The internet is providing us with more than a lifetime of information about any topic we could come up with. You can find scientifically proven answers to a question no one asked and some no one should be asking. (like: Are full or empty beer bottles sturdier and does their fracture-threshold suffice to break the human skull?)
But how does that benefit you? Is all information equal? Does it matter how we use information?
The city was grey. The roads were an unpaved trail of dirt through low buildings full of old and ugly people and it stank for lack of a canalization. Risge was one of the oldest cities in the known world. How could it survive to be this pitiful? Her proud white mare trotted stoically forward. The beast was made for green, not for grey.