Anyone into deep thinking? If so strike up a deep conversation or idea and state your own opinions and thoughts.
I can think of subjects all day. Though I have a busy schedule I began this thread anyways because it is good exercise for the mind.
I will try to come at ideas with an unbiased outlook.
Here's an idea.
Is it true that we actually physically exist? Or could we be "an idea, or in for ex. a video game". It makes sense that infinity exists because you can count up forever but is the space we live in big enough to hold infinity? Is this possible?
If you can count to infinity than you can count negative infinity. If you relate these numbers to the size of molecules in a matter than does the size continue on getting smaller forever or is there a final smallest particle? It seems that it must go on forever but if physical matter really exists, wouldn't this be impossible? So does matter really exist or not?
I don't expect us to know the answers here but logical reasoning could lead you to discover something.
It seems that if particle's size continue to decrease infinitely "split into smaller particles" than it would make sense that we are simply a speck or particle of something bigger and many things smaller forever in both directions.
On the other hand, if matter does really physically exist than "idealy" the particles could be broken up infinitely being 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16 etc. forever, yet "actually physically" it could no further be broken up at a certain point with the particles even existing "too small to exist".
This brings to mind that when you get something on your hands it never "100%" comes off. This is a philosophical view on it but with the physical view I stated where the particles could no longer be further broken up "if this were true" than your hands could become "100%" clean of the substance touched.