+354It's kind of mind-boggling to think of how the universe got here. Like, it couldn't have just been here all along, it had to come from somewhere, but how does a universe get made? Amirite?
+211What if the world we live in and believe to be real was just a complex and imaginary? What if it was just pixels and binary codes? Maybe our lives are part of a huge computerized program controled by superior beings who have an intellectual level beyond what we humans can ever understand, we could be some experiment they're carrying out and maybe they're the ones or the one some of us call god. As interesting this thought gets, it could explain the seeming perfection of our universe, amirite?
-280The universe does not go on forever, the darkness at night proves that the universe has a limit. The total light from all stars within a distance is proportional to the distance, therefore if the universe went on forever the night sky would be bright. amirite?
+140It's possible that the universe/everything came to being from nothing, because before anything existed, there were no rules stating that something couldn't just start to exist, amirite?
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+541Babies aren't born with any innate knowledge, it's all learned. If you took a baby and raised it in isolation and taught it that the universe was created by a bisexual centaur in a fedora, they would passionately believe that, amirite?
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-152If Earth was just a centimeter closer to the sun, we would burn. If it were a centimeter further, we would freeze. Earth is the only place in the universe that has water on it. It's fascinating how slim the chances of us being alive are, amirite?
+107All people on Earth are different incarnations of you. You are every person that has ever lived or will ever live. The universe was created so with each new life you could grow and mature and become a larger and greater intellect. You’re a fetus. You’re still growing. Once you’ve lived every human life throughout all time, you will have grown enough to be born. Intriguing thought, amirite?
+6We can't know the secrets of the universe, all we can do is make observations and write them down for future generations to ponder. Think of it likes this: science is just adding comments to sloppy code.