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What if life never existed on Earth, it was just a dry dusty planet? Imagine how much history never would happen, never even conceived. The universe must exist still, so I don't doubt there is other intelligent life
Ok... let's say it's not the year 2002, it's the year 4675000002. Hey look, the Earth is just a dry, dusty planet. Not a trace of life to be seen, nor a conscious being within a thousand light years to see it. Has 'all that history' really happened? I say, for the sake of argument- that it did not. And there's no one around to say otherwise, is there?
If you will be dead in a hundred years, are you really alive now?
If the universe will be dead in a trillion years, what was 'existence' anyway?
Where does history go after time itself comes to an end?
What would it like to be a Martian, if there was no life on Mars?
Can you imagine never having been born?