Please excuse me for these possibly dumb posits about existence and life.
The origin of us and all matter in existence goes as far back to the origin of matter, if the big bang is true we were once gaseous atoms floating in space.
Yeah, we came from space along the way here, though not in the form of complete lifeforms but mere consciousless matter. Then somehow, within the vast interactions of these matter produced the first genetic code by chance, which coincidentally arrived or formed in a suitable environment for lifeforms, which it then starts replicating by absorbing organic materials, and evolving as it keeps replicating. We are products of this process.
Now we are mere re-replicating biomechanical machines
absorbing consciousless matter from the environment to form and sustain a being with consciousness, just to return all these materials back to the environment, likely forming other living things.
Though living things don't always have consciousness, unless we think that even the pure instincts of microorganisms count as that.
What the fuck is the purpose of a genetic code to exist such that it generates biomechanical machines? Idk, none?
Is it biased to think human life has ultimate meaning but not the lives other lifeforms? Is it biased to think that our consciousness have a meaning to exist while other lifeforms with or without consciousness, and other non-conscious objects do not have a meaning to exist?
Then what is the purpose of life, as in the existence of lifeforms, the existence of genes that code for these lifeforms?Post too long. Click here to view the full text.