>>9017263>The more I learn, the more I realize how much I don't know.
I have learned time and time again about physics, evolution, biology, chemistry, and time and time again I realize that we don't actually know jack shit. I'm waiting for the day, in the next decades, that humanity makes such a profound discovery of the creation of our universe that it completely blows out of the water everything else we thought we knew.
The most obvious and normie way to look at it is the good old question of "what created the big bang?" What caused the concentration of matter into one area? What caused everything, every atom, every nucleus, every bond, what caused all of this to somehow expand?
We don't know. Because the truth is, we have no fucking idea what could have happened before the big bang. What could have happened before time started ticking. Even if we follow Aristotle's belief that the universe has existed forever.... how the fuck?
Read up on theories of the universe, as far as you can understand, and relish in the fact we know fuck all and you'll die hundreds, if not thousands of years before we fully wrap our brains around what the fuck is actually going on.