• Xtrix
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    Where are you going to be in the future? One hundred years from now?

    No one exists in the future.
    Andrew4Handel

    How very profound.

    Actually, you do exist in the future. The future is now. Grandchildren will exist a hundred years from now. People will exist -- provided we don't go extinct.

    Basically what you're saying is that since there's death, life is meaningless. But to paraphrase Nietzsche: it is only YOU who is meaningless, and your one way of looking at the world.

    Since nothing matters, by all means quickly die off.
  • Book273
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    We can't both be correct.Bartricks

    Absolutely we both can be correct. We are voicing opinions, you can only be wrong if you voice an opinion you don't believe, and really, why do that?
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