Robots, there are at least tens of billions of galaxies out there, and likely quadrillions upon quadrillions of unseen planets and worlds. The amount of incredible and amazing shit that exists that we can still learn about and explore even just on Earth is obscene.
I say this because every time I am ever put down socially no matter the context, thinking about the scale of the universe I'm in as well as all the shit I can still learn about from the comfort of my computer screen makes me feel infinitely better, as does the fact that most people are never able to experience this sense of wonder.
So, the next time some roasties laugh at you for some shit you did or Chad shoves you in the lockers or whatever other unfortunate garbage might occur that I don't know about, realize how meaningless they are, how meaningless we all are, and find joy in the fact that you are far more self-aware and comfortable with that than they could ever even know.
>mfw every single spec of light in pic related is an entirely new galaxy full of the unseen and unknown
despite much time spent comprehending how meaningless everything is in comparison to the scale of the universe, I still feel shitty when someone makes fun of, laughs at, or belittles me
pic related, stacked image of the Pleiades I took in November. About an hours worth of 60s exposures.
>I say this because every time I am ever put down socially no matter the context, thinking about the scale of the universe I'm in as well as all the shit I can still learn about from the comfort of my computer screen makes me feel infinitely better, as does the fact that most people are never able to experience this sense of wonder.
So you're compensating for your low social status with denial?
>realize how meaningless they are, how meaningless we all are, and find joy in the fact that you are far more self-aware and comfortable with that than they could ever even know.
They're all sheeple?
Social status doesn't really matter to me, comparatively speaking of course it's relatively shit like anyone else on this board but it's not something I care much about anymore because it's simply not important. What do you mean by denial?
And I know from personal experience, at least, that the vast majority of people do not think at length for anything beyond their immediate jobs and problems and surroundings. This makes sense and is totally justified, but to be able to spend a lot of time wondering and thinking about things beyond this is a privilege and not something I see very often among people.
>What do you mean by denial?
He probably means that it's something that's very very important to him thus he can't comprehend that it isn't to others. So if they're not obsessed with it like himself they're in "denial"
>Social status doesn't really matter to me
It matters to everyone. We are hierarchical animals.
>What do you mean by denial?
Since you subconsciously know that you're of low status, you imagine yourself as separate from the masses, above them. It allows you to enjoy some of the psychological benefits of high social status without having it.
>And I know from personal experience, at least, that the vast majority of people do not think at length for anything beyond their immediate jobs and problems and surroundings.
Then your personal experience is lacking. Either you've been unable to foster the development of personal relationships that would include such personal sharing, or you are still a child at an age where many of your peers have yet to flesh out their self-images.
I don't imagine myself as separate or above anyone else, I simply realize that people have different priorities in how they live their lives and spend their time, and the vast majority of people obviously end up worrying much more about things like their social status (such as yourself) than other things.
Of course I used to care heavily about where I was socially and how it effected me but I learned to stop worrying so much. I have a close group of friends I talk with and a close family. I can support myself. This is all I need, obsessing over something that I don't really have any want or need to fix in the first place makes me depressed and sad more than anything and isn't worth it. I don't know if you can't comprehend this or have been unable to do such a thing, but I'm sorry it's of that much importance to you if so.
This is what the Space Jews want you to believe.
I am certain there is vast amounts of life around, but I imagine it would be pretty rare. And even when a planet supports life, the chance that the animals/aliens living on said planet would be civilized is astronomically rare.
We'll never make contact with aliens.
This made me feel a bit better.
Does someone feel better after posting something like this?
You are exactly what Op is talking about. your stupid post doesn't matter mate. Your jabs don't matter
Op is talking about the expansiveness of the Universe and how small the planet is compared and you are going on about social status. Re-evaluate your life mate.
>Tfw you'll never be burnt to crisp by a quasor
You need to stop projecting your values onto us. Is it too hard to comprehend that people care about different things?
so if a person had high status and rejected the norms associated with that what would you say to them?