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>NOTHINGNESS somehow EXPLODED into space, time, energy and the laws of physics
>after this random atoms flew around for NO REASON until they randomly happened to create the extremely delicate and precise conditions life could exist in on earth, thanks to the nothing that exploded exploding into just the right subatomic conditions that could support consciousness
>then the random atoms started to become alive because… well because they just randomly did, okay. they started to replicate by accident and made germs
>and the germs changed into fish that randomly by pure chance particle spasms developed into extremely complex organs to capture light and represent images to a conscious brain that had a precisely balanced chemical makeup that the random spastic atoms from the big morning that created everything happened to make
>and then these water breathing fish started to breathe oxygen because… well because of the autistic whizzing aimless atoms, and then in a gorillion years the fish were monkeys because… because they just fucking were!!!!
>and that’s why you are here
>and everything you see and can conceive of just happens to be there because of the unconscious totally senseless collision of atoms that the nothing created that somehow just happened to pinball until they made an accurate representation of reality inside the most complex organ in existence and this was all meaningless and random and just happened to occur
>oh yes, and despite all this my specific political, moral and scientific beliefs about this ludicrously insane complicated world my random atom brain that exists on extremely delicate perfect conditions just happened to evolve to understand, and that the determined and causal chemicals in said brain made me believe, are undeniably true and you’re a chud if you don’t think the same!
I dont understand how saying that something happened for no reason makes any sese. You can ask follow up why question to any phenomena infinitely. so in the end everything has no reason in its root origin.
Don't people question this stuff because there's usually an explanation every time you dog deeper if you research it enough?
I dont think you can answer why something is no matter how much you research morty
you can say well its because science and physics and math did this and that but it infinite just raises more queetions, same with any religious explanation, or anything at all which tries to explain existence and being
its same when people claim that there is very little chance that events went just the way they did
maybe so, but how is that meaningful thought in any way. you wouldnt be able to be thinking it if things were vastly different anyhow
A lot of good progress happens through all that, though, no? If you explained what's known today about partical physics to someone >200 years ago they'd probably have thought that was getting incredibly close to answering questions about existence itself compared to what they knew at that time. But I do agree that it's possibly a never-ending line of questions.