I don’t want to live another life unless…
I’m watching this YT video from melodysheep’s channel. It’s called “Timelapse of the Future: A Journey to the End of Time”. It’s an animation of how everything in our universe will eventually reach entropy, with narrations from different physicists, scientists, and others which I think are from science documentaries. Anyway, there is a part where someone says, intelligent lifeforms may escape entropy by tearing apart a fabric of the universe and look for baby universes. Or, they may also create baby universes themselves. It made me uncomfortable because personally, living one life is enough for me. While there are joys and wisdom in living, there is a lot of pain along the way, too. If I were given a chance to live again, I’d rather not. Thank you. I’m quite comfortable being in the void, sleeping and unaware. I don’t want to witness more wars, murders, psychological manipulation, corruption, power-hungry people hurting others along the way, facing another pandemic, etc. It baffles me how some still want to live, forever. I don’t have anything against it. It’s just not something that I’d do. Unless I’d be given a chance to live again but in a Utopian world where my only concern and motivation is discovering more about the universe. That would be fine.
I may have OC or I may be in a milder spectrum of Asperger’s for this
It makes me uncomfortable – that I can describe it as an itch that never goes away despite scratching it until it bleeds – when someone from an academic, scientific, or medical field hasn’t continued their responsibility to educate themselves and be updated about ideas and knowledge related to their field. I’ve come across a person in the medical field who isn’t practicing it for some time because they’ve been busy with their domestic activities. It felt uncomfortable when this person said, “I heard the delta variant comes with the air.” Like, ma’am. All COVID-19 variants are airborne. What do you mean? It makes me uncomfortable, sad, and uneasy. I wanted to say something about it before this person embarrasses themselves to strangers, but this person is the type who gets offended when corrected and throws ad hominems like, “whatever, know-it-all!” instead of tackling the main issue. I cannot fathom how, people who graduated with a thesis, who were educated on how to cite credible sources, cannot cite credible sources from the internet now. They instead easily believe anything that steers their emotions. I hope they realize that anything that steers emotions is propaganda and marketing techniques, and does not always lead to the fact.