> > > > Is... what?
> > > > Oh, you consider "the world ending" a bad thing. Right. Carry on.
> > >
> > > It would be. Earth is a beautiful place. It's just 90% of the people on it that
> > need
> > > to go away...
> > Who would really be impacted negatively?
> I'm not sure I follow. Could you step-by-step your answer for us simpletons in the
Who will remain to mourn the passing, when none remain?
What will those gone be missing when they either cease entirely their existence, or pass on to what awaits them in the afterlife? Depending on a persons' beliefs, they'll either not exist to feel a loss, or have everything they could want need, or deserve.
“We come from nothing, we are going back to nothing-In the end what have we lost? Nothing!”
Nothing to see here, move along.
You're gone. Your spouse is gone. Your children are gone. Your neighbors and relatives are gone. Houses, cars, motorcycles, movies, games, television programs, governments, taxes, weather, and the mouse that got into your house last night. Everything that is the world is the world, and having ended, is ended. Nothing matters, as there is nothing for it to matter to. As long as all known life is in the world, and nothing outside the world knows of that life, there is ultimately no consequence to the cessation of Earth's existence.
So, why does it matter?