What is the fate of the universe?
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Question Asked: What is the fate of the universe.
Well, I have tried to come to a conclusion about life and after delving into philosophy, I think I was finally able to come up with a suitable conclusion.
Now I don't want to ignore the question and answer another one like "should we worry about the fate of the universe" but assuming that we actually want a good educated guess... I will provide it.
Life is about whatever defines the word time. As time passes, whether it's 1 minute or 10 years, the only thing you should be concerne about is making sure that the time that does pass has brought you happiness and will bring you happiness in the future.
As for the universe, I am sorry to say but my definition of the universe revolves around humanity and I think humanity has zero chance at surviving another 50 years. There are too many variables with nature type disasters and with human error that either we blow ourselves up or we die to a horrible nature caused event.
The only thing I will not doubt, is the intelligence of humans. I do believe, that there will be atleast one human that will over-prepare and possibly accomplish a way to preserve humanity. I do however think that for this world to continue living a great loss must occur. People will die and things could get crazy.
So enjoy your time and make sure others enjoy their time. Work together, and segregate the people who don't want to play nice. Stick to familiar situations so that guessing isn't needed.
By: Anthony Ross
Date of comment: Wed, Mar 22nd 2006
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