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1) If you live indefinitely, you’ll eventually reach the heat death of the universe. In order to live beyond that, we will have to transgress the known existing universe. Perhaps that will happen between now and the end of this all 2) Friendships last a lifetime 3) The act of creation lasts forever in that moment
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This makes me think of The Last Question by Asimov. You may have already read it, but it had an intriguing take on this topic. A person asks a super computer: "How can the net amount of entropy of the universe be massively decreased? And it takes billions of years for the future computer to come up with an answer.
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2 of my favourite all YouTube videos on this topic of the eventual death of the universe Journey through time and space till heat death https://youtu.be/uD4izuDMUQA?si=HM1bUG0Qbqf9W4wJ Same journey, from the human scale which stops alot earlier https://youtu.be/TOrjZPrw5dg?si=jSpG6Jph6pjckI2R
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Yes!
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I think about the mysterious nature of unobserved light, the uncertainty of our faculties, the intuition of my soul, the infinite nature of smallness and though the end is presumed, I can't imagine it is not the beginning somehow
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Too much theoretical Better to have a rose with friends, haha
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@riversmind you'd love this i think
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