It’s a trick question! That’s why people tend to answer ”I don’t know”.
I have been searching for a logical answer, and unfortunately i’ve found one.
Life has no meaning, what difference would it make IF life wouldn’t exist? No difference at all, no one would care. Most people tend to say here: ”i would care” you can’t care because you don’t exist, since there is no life. (hypothetical, obviously.)
Nothing really matters. What’s the defention of ”meaning” anyway? To serve a purpose, right? For example, the purpose of a toothbrush is to brush your teeth, the purpose of food is to eat in order to stay alive so we can reproduce, what’s the meaning, purpose of reproduction? To continue reproduction and evolution? For what greater good do we have to continue evolving and reproducing? There is no greater good that evolving, staying alive to reproduce, belongs to.
The fact there is life is just luck, just random carbon atoms that happend to be in the right circumstances to evolve and cling together into something that has the capability of what we call ”live”.
The chance for life to never have existed was WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY bigger than for it to exist, it’s random, rare and meaningless. You are vain if you don’t agree, but that’s just what i think, what do you think? This idea is making me depressed. Don’t start with God n stuff, man created God, God didn’t create man. I’m aware that I might be wrong, i’m only 17 so that makes me not nearly as wise as most people.