Does anyone really want to exist forever?

Discussion in 'General Philosophy' started by fess, Jan 30, 2020.

  1. RainbowSingularity Valued Senior Member

    it took something in the range of 4 billion years for humans to be created on earth

    some close galaxies are ... how many hundred light years ?
    whats is the fastest we can travel ?
    how many years would it take to get to another galaxy for a look around ?

    maybe 500 years ?
    maybe 1000 years ...

    50 trillion year life span is starting to look like it requires an old age pension fund ...

    side note
    that is a view held predominantly by only 2 types of people
    fascist dictators(be they religious or puritanical cult-ists)
    privileged rich elitists
    privileged hippie socialist rich elitists (fake socialists exploiting socialist anti violence & free social access while secretly supporting privatized user pays elitist society pretending to live in a fake equal society while free riding off the scam they are telling others)
    Last edited: Jul 16, 2020
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  3. river


    And what of beings that didn't need anywhere near 4 billion yrs to be created .

    Depends on your propulsion .
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  5. river

    Propulsion of Anti-Gravity holds no bounds .
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  7. river

    Of is replaced by By anti-gravity .
  8. Dennis Tate Valued Senior Member

    Yes... I do wish to live for infinite time in the future....
    I have read evidence that eternal life will never get boring in various near death experience accounts.

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