Model prompt >>> what is the meaning of life in the universe as we know it?
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What is a "life"? How much has life ever cost? We're now starting to hear the answer to these questions.
We've come a long way over the years. We can make sense of what has changed over time and what changes will happen when we leave the nest after about 40 or 50 years. But there are still questions like this that need to be answered before the rest of the universe gets any better at answering that question. We're trying to learn how this affects the rest of life as we go forward, and we need to understand exactly why life has changed so quickly over time over a period of more than a century without it happening. And that's not something we have to do.
Somehow this new paradigm looks like it's going very well. We're not looking now for the last-generation theories of life that predict the universe will be one that will last very long. Some things we think we know now look promising. Other things we never thought we would. And in turn, many of the questions here are about the future. Why life will continue to take shape, how it could be used to help us stay alive.
These are questions that have to be answered right now to stay alive. And for those who are curious about this, the answer to them is in fact "a much better way of life than our current version." So let us be clear that the idea of "a much better way of life than our current version" doesn't sound as much like a problem as it might one day be. It definitely doesn't sound as good if we were as good at solving it as we are now.
Now that I'm off topic, I want you to know we're starting to learn what we should take away from the book by Dr. David Brant. Why are some books important? We should ask the good questions and the bad questions and then maybe we'll be better at answering those. Because if we don't take away a life that we didn't know existed, then maybe it doesn't make much sense to talk about, which is a problem that we should avoid at all costs:
The Big Question About The Big Question The Big Question
This is just one that the world really doesn't know. There are too many people who've never experienced it in the first place.
All of a sudden, we can talk about life without really really knowing what life means or how life can help us. And yet, we find many, many problems