What if we solve the universe? What if we as humans (and in the very long term likely other consciousnesses) solve all phenomena in the universe starting from the fundamentals working up to understand.. well everything that could be based on the fundamentals. Surely, this is a very long way to go, Chess for example has a number of possible games higher than the number of atoms in the observable universe. And the chess is relatively too simple when compared to the universe. Even then, there could still be various degrees of certainties, about whether we truly exhausted all possibilities and that there's no more. I suppose that's what the goal in life should be, since I see no evidence of existence of god(s) that could satisfy as a purpose. But if we get there, what will we do? What could happen? Could something intervene and say "Congratulations!". Could we find something beyond our current brain that could serve as a satisfying purpose of eternal existance?