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Today i awoke with a very profound and troubling realisation, which has irrevocably changed my outlook on our very existence.
Every day you go online and look at pictures of the stars and of the universe. Every day you ponder the significance of our existence in the grand orchestra of reality.
But then (kue inception music)...
Why is it that there's seemingly endless of pictures of other galaxies, BUT NOT A SINGLE [REAL] PICTURE OF OUR OWN GALAXY?
What can this mean?
Is our galaxy different than all the others?
Why is Nasa afraid to show it?
Are we even alive?
Do we not see our own galaxy because this is just a simulation and not required for us to obediently suspension our disbelief?
Is the whole of space just a singularity and we can only see what once was and our galaxy is actually long gone and we are drifting through space alone?
We may never know, but i can't help but that once we do learn this reason, the very fabric of reality may unfold and our true purpose for existence will be revealed.