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MIND BLOWING QUETIONSWhen did time begin?Did we invent math or did we discover it?Where does a thought go when it's forgotten?Do we have free will or is everything predestined?Is there life after death?Is it really possible to experience anything objectively?What are dreams?What is the goal of humanity?

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1)approximately 14 billion years ago

According to the standard big bang model of cosmology, time began together with the universe in a singularity approximately 14 billion years ago.

2)Indeed, I posit that humans invent the mathematical concepts—numbers, shapes, sets, lines, and so on—by abstracting them from the world around them. They then go on to discover the complex connections among the concepts that they had invented; these are the so-called theorems of mathematics.

3)It doesn't go anywhere because it never existed to begin with. It was only a transient pattern of electrochemical flashes. When it's gone, it's gone.

4)Yet many philosophers say this instinct is wrong. According to their view, free will is a figment of our imagination. No one has it or ever will. Rather our choices are either determined—necessary outcomes of the events that have happened in the past—or they are random.

5) The afterlife (also referred to as life after death or the world to come or reincarnation) is an existence in which, some believe, the essential part of an individual's identity or their stream of consciousness continues to have after the death of their physical body.

6) People cannot experience anything objectively. Although we can do scientific tests and use our collective human minds to figure out how the universe works, we will always be experiencing reality from our own perspective. ... Objectively all our senses are basically electric impulses through our bodies and brains.

7) A dream is a succession of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that usually occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep. The content and purpose of dreams are not fully understood, although they have been a topic of scientific, philosophical and religious interest throughout recorded history.

8) Humanity's goal is to realize what's known as the principle of universality. It requires connecting with this goal. It requires waking up to the realization that happiness is not external but internal.

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